Automatically process each image on capture?

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Automatically process each image on capture?

Postby Stopp » Mon Apr 21, 2014 9:22 pm

I've tried finding this answer elsewhere with no luck. I am working on a time lapse shot that will span 12 hours, but that is also streaming live to the net. For this reason I want to have a predefined style applied to each image, which is then processed and saved to disk immediately when the shutter is triggered.

Everything except the last step is working beautifully: My time lapse controller hardware is triggering the shutter, I'm shooting tethered and the files are saved to disk, and the style is applied inside of C1. But for the process recipe to be applied and the image exported, I need to manually click the Process button. Is there a way to automate this too?

Everything after that, i.e. monitoring the folder to upload to a server as soon as an image appears, I will manage outside of C1.
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Re: Automatically process each image on capture?

Postby rapdigital » Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:54 am

I dont have a camera to test this but as long as you arent shooting to fast this should work
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on CO_CaptureDone(rawFilePath)
   process(rawFilePath)
end CO_CaptureDone

on process(rawFilePath)
   tell application "Capture One"
      process (rawFilePath) recipe "Tiff" -- name of recipe
   end tell
end process


add the applescript file to the CaptureOne background scripts folder.
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Re: Automatically process each image on capture?

Postby Stopp » Tue Apr 22, 2014 4:54 pm

This works beautifully, thank you very much.
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Re: Automatically process each image on capture?

Postby NN635538392469642075UL » Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:45 pm

Hello

Could you share the full script for me? This is precisely the function which I have been looking for.

Kind Regards
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