Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

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Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Mnl » Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:20 pm

Hi there,

if I am viewing my images in the image browser then I always see the hole image and the marking for my cropped area. Which is good when I start editing my images. But when I am reviewing all images it would be great to see the final result / hide the cropped areas.

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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Ian3 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:32 pm

Some people here think that is s great idea, but others disagree. (I'm one of those who disagrees.) This is a user-to-user forum. If you'd like to suggest this as a feature to Phase One, you should use the support case method to make a feature request.)

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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Mnl » Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:57 pm

So i do not have missed an option in the settings...

I think that depending on the workflow both settings are useful. Therefore I think an option to turn this on / off, would be nice.
-> will make a feature request.
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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Ian3 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:13 pm

No you haven't missed anything.

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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby NNN636521287567534814 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:42 pm

Hi - I wholeheartedly support this idea. I've made a separate comment on this here: viewtopic.php?f=71&t=27768. I am new to Capture One so maybe it's just getting used to it, but I find it really distracting and difficult to work with. I really wish there was an option to see, as a group, the images I intend to work with, and not the raw materials I started with.
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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Bobtographer » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:12 pm

you'll get used to it and find it useful at some point when you get an order and wonder if you can bring a little back in from the sides at a glance etc.

If not, head to prefs, Crop > make Opacity 255 and brightness around 24-25
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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby SFA » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:12 pm

NNN636521287567534814 wrote:Hi - I wholeheartedly support this idea. I've made a separate comment on this here: https://forum.phaseone.com/En/viewtopic ... 71&t=27768. I am new to Capture One so maybe it's just getting used to it, but I find it really distracting and difficult to work with. I really wish there was an option to see, as a group, the images I intend to work with, and not the raw materials I started with.


In addition to Bobtographer's observation you might want to consider using the Viewer in multi-image mode and especially if you check out the "sets" functionality.

So long as you are not cropping or rotating or, in some situations, working with the lens correction, you may well find what you want.

HTH.


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Re: Image Browser - hide cropped areas?

Postby Janusz Wronka » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:02 pm

Ian3 wrote:Some people here think that is s great idea, but others disagree. (I'm one of those who disagrees.) This is a user-to-user forum. If you'd like to suggest this as a feature to Phase One, you should use the support case method to make a feature request.)

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