sync settings to 2nd computer

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sync settings to 2nd computer

Postby NN635810409194743848UL » Fri May 19, 2017 10:45 pm

I have C1 looking like I want on my desktop computer = workspaces, user styles, etc. I want to use C1 on my Macbook Pro too. How can I import the workspaces and styles to the 2nd computer?
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Re: sync settings to 2nd computer

Postby Anton Raves » Sat May 20, 2017 5:08 am

On a Mac go to your home folder Library, by keeping the Alt-key pressed while clicking the Go-menu in the Finder its menubar. You'll see the Library option become available which you can select. Then navigate to the "Application Support" folder and navigate to the "Capture One" folder.

Here I would copy the "Workspaces", "Styles" and "Presets60" folders, onto for example a USB Stick, and copy those folders in the exact same location on your second computer.
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Re: sync settings to 2nd computer

Postby Jonzinator » Sat May 20, 2017 9:13 am

In addition to presets, styles and etc. Can smart album settings be copied to a new catalog as well without having to recreate them?

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Re: sync settings to 2nd computer

Postby SFA » Sat May 20, 2017 11:06 am

Jonzinator wrote:In addition to presets, styles and etc. Can smart album settings be copied to a new catalog as well without having to recreate them?

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Yes, you can save an existing catalogue as a template.
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Re: sync settings to 2nd computer

Postby NN635810409194743848UL » Sat May 20, 2017 3:46 pm

Anton Raves wrote:On a Mac go to your home folder Library, by keeping the Alt-key pressed while clicking the Go-menu in the Finder its menubar. You'll see the Library option become available which you can select. Then navigate to the "Application Support" folder and navigate to the "Capture One" folder.

Here I would copy the "Workspaces", "Styles" and "Presets60" folders, onto for example a USB Stick, and copy those folders in the exact same location on your second computer.



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