Switching from LR to C1, Questions!

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Switching from LR to C1, Questions!

Postby NN635417338324946300UL » Tue Sep 09, 2014 12:46 pm

I'm currently evaluating Capture One Pro 7 and considering switching from LR5. I'm quite liking the out of the box raw conversion, it's definitely much better than you get from LR5. It seems that the performance is much better also.

I have a handful of questions however:

1/ Is there anyway to save presets/styles for local adjustment layers? Something similar to how you can set up different brush types in Lightroom.
2/ With the spot removal tool, is there a way to be able to paint the shape you would like it to be? Sometimes in Lightroom I use it to remove a line for example.
3/ Can you set up the program to change the brush/spot size using the mouse wheel or wacom wheel?
4/ Can you delete spots using a keystroke rather than having to switch to the detail tab and hit the - button?
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Re: Switching from LR to C1, Questions!

Postby Drew » Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:37 pm

1. Save a Style with Local Adjustments and apply it to the layer selected.
2. Sorry no, but we're looking into it for future development.
3. Use the Brackets, same as Photoshop or toggle the scroll wheel when hovering over the slider.
4. Sorry no, but an excellent suggestion for future development that we'd like to see in a support case :wink:
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Re: Switching from LR to C1, Questions!

Postby NN635417338324946300UL » Tue Sep 09, 2014 4:18 pm

Drew wrote:1. Save a Style with Local Adjustments and apply it to the layer selected.
2. Sorry no, but we're looking into it for future development.
3. Use the Brackets, same as Photoshop or toggle the scroll wheel when hovering over the slider.
4. Sorry no, but an excellent suggestion for future development that we'd like to see in a support case :wink:


Thanks Drew!
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