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Portraits edits saturated

Postby NNN637071634033901947 » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:18 am

I'm a new convert to Capture One pro and loving it so far. The learning curve will take some time but I'm very eager to learn. My question is when I edit in Capture One and then export the variant files as jpgs they are saturated as opposed to not saturated in the program. There must be something I'm missing here as they look great in the program. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.reverse phone lookupnba reddit pcpartpicker
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Re: Portraits edits saturated

Postby SFA » Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:19 am

Are you using Export Variant or Output Processing?

Either way there will be some settings that instruct the process about how the output file is to be created. It's difficult (big subject) to offer much in the way of useful suggestions without knowing what you are setting there. In particular we might start with the ICC profile set for the output compared to what you are using on screen and the capabilities of you monitor for colour rendition.

Do you use Proof Processing (assuming you have the Pro version)? If so , how does that present the results compared to your output jpg file?

Does the output file allow you to view the jpg at approximately the same resolution as you are viewing the variant on screen?


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