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importing files to new session, loading into last session

PostPosted: Tue May 30, 2017 9:22 pm
by NNN634579324681874960
This is a new issue, so I assume there's a setting somewhere that got changed, but I can't find it, hopefully someone can guide me!
Create a new session, put CF card in card reader, import window opens, when I click import C1 imports files to the previous session that was open unless I go in and redirect C1 to place the files in the Capture folder of the NEW session (which I keep forgetting to do as C1 used to automatically know to place the files in the new session folder), so I assume there's a setting I'm overlooking.

Thanks!

Re: importing files to new session, loading into last sessio

PostPosted: Tue May 30, 2017 10:07 pm
by Ian3
I seem to remember that if I have two sessions open, Capture One is liable to import images into both. There is a setting in Preferences for opening sessions in a new window. If you deselect that, then the old session will be closed when you create the new session. Hopefully that way the images will only be imported into the new session.

Ian

Re: importing files to new session, loading into last sessio

PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 5:06 am
by NNN634579324681874960
Thanks Ian3, but it doesn't seem to be that. I have the new sessions in new window checked. It's more that it seems the import dialogue window isn't updating with the information on where the new session is located.

Re: importing files to new session, loading into last sessio

PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 7:08 am
by Ian3
NNN634579324681874960 wrote:Thanks Ian3, but it doesn't seem to be that. I have the new sessions in new window checked. It's more that it seems the import dialogue window isn't updating with the information on where the new session is located.

I was suggesting you needed to UNCHECK new sessions in new window.

Ian

Re: importing files to new session, loading into last sessio

PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 2:38 pm
by NNN634579324681874960
Apologies Ian3, that's what I meant, unchecked - wrote that late at night!