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Capture One 9.1 released!
« on: March 17, 2016, 08:07:47 am »

Capture One 9.1 is now released! This is a feature release to support the XF Camera System Feature Update #2, as well as new features, camera and lens support and a ton of bug fixes!

Enjoy!

https://www.phaseone.com/en/Download.aspx

Highlights:

Improvements

Under the hood Library refactor (Mac)
Canon PTP tethering engine
Re-factored Next Capture Adjustments for Orientation
Re-factored Next Capture Adjustments to allow Metadata in adjustments
Improved handling of Tiff assets that include Alpha channels or Layers (view only)
Various improvements to Keyboard shortcut menu

New Features

New: Rotatable live view (as part of Orientation refactor)
New: Color Editor tools: Saturation, Hue and Lightness uniformity for Color Editor
New: Export/Output Keyword List restrictions
New: Shortcuts for Reset Counters
New: Shortcuts for fill/invert mask and change/cycle layers
New: Shortcuts for “Select by...”
New: Shortcuts for “Create album by...”
New: Shortcuts for “Select by same...”

XF compatible features

Sequence workflow tools:
Create albums from Sequence ID
Filters for sequence types, counts, ID
Name Tokens for sequence types, counts, ID
Dynamic locations for sequence types, counts, ID


9.1 Camera Support

Olympus Pen-F
Olympus Om-D E-M10 Mk II
Sony A68
Sony a6300
Sony RX1R Mk II (revised implementation)
Ricoh GR II
Pentax K-S2
Panasonic G7
Leica SL

9.1 Lens Support

Nikon 24-70E VR
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED
Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM (Nikon mount)
Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | S (Canon mount)
Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* FE 35 mm F2.8 ZA
Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* E 24 mm F1.8 ZA
Panasonic LUMIX G VARIO 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH. MEGA O.I.S.
Sony E PZ 16-50 mm F3.5-5.6 OSS (SEL1650) (improved profile)
Sony FE 24-70 2.8 GM (SEL2470GM)
Sony FE 85 1.4 GM


Bug fixes Mac

Browsing images in the importer window causes setting files to be saved on disk
Keywords are added when browsing folders or canceling an import operation
Import and Pack as EIP: imported images show a “1” at the end of their filenames
Library: various bugs (performance, crashes, Smart Album handling)
Camera tool: ISO string badly clipped if too long
Brush size slider does not respond correctly to mouse scrolls
Live View: pixelated images appear on some occasions
Color Editor and Curve tool: undo not always working as expected
Curve tool: cannot edit curves when loupe tool is selected
Curve tool: pickers do not always get selected when clicked
Color Editor: color patches are missing in Express (for Sony)
Keystone: copy/apply buttons always disabled
UI cosmetics (especially Keywords and Keyword Library tools)
Fixed a bug in handling styles for Next Capture Adjustments
Fixed an orientation bug for Next Capture Adjustments
Library tool performance and minor fixes
Fixed crash using IQ3 100MP and FireWire
Keyword Library handling minor fixes
Fixed moire persistency for layers
Fixed an issue for naming duplicate files while batch renaming
Library tool: improve overall UI performance
Library tool: a number of cosmetic bugs (display of icons, expand/collapse)
Next Capture Adjustments: fix handling of Rating and Color Tag
Next Capture Adjustments: fix handling of Crop when Orientation is set to non-default values
Filters tool: properly add new filters to a group
Fix reset of lens distortion when resetting a Variant
Color Editor: fixed undo/redo
Mask drawing: fixed a flickering issue appearing when drawing masks after an undo operation
ICC profile menu: fix a bug causing some custom profiles not to be shown in the menu
Fixed a crash when removing a filter
Fixed a crash in the Curves tool when dragging and entering keyboard shortcuts
Fixed a crash when clicking in empty areas of the Keyboard Shortcut Editor
Fixed a crash when creating/moving collections the Library tool.
Fixed a crash when processing LCC files

Bug fixes Win

Various crashes and hangs
Search only allowed a single search string
Session can not be opened over UNC path
Importing a catalog does not include all images
IPTC getting garbled when using Chinese characters
Main window hangs when trying to recursively import many folders
“Sort selected by Color Tag” does not work.
Active Filters in the Filters tool would remain active even if hidden
Film Grain type drop down disabled when Capture One starts
Pink color Tag improperly mapped to Photoshop urgency
When replacing a style, Capture One deletes the style without saving a new file with the changes.
Sorting of Keywords in the Keyword Library tool is case sensitive
Cannot delete some Keywords from session in Keyword Library
Error Exporting Keyword Library to paths containing exotic characters
Camera tool: pending count slow/not updating when shooting continuously
Selection points on image will move when panning the image
Linked Zoom using Zoom slider in Multi-view mode not working
When creating a Mask from the Color Editor it does not get a selection point
Local Adjustments: Passing over a hidden selection point changes the cursor
Temporary file is not deleted when importing a catalog inside another catalog
Cannot stack built-in Curve presets
Difficult to Crop from bottom of image
Variant collapsed state affects initial filters counts
Camera tool: +/- ISO tab changes size
All Images not updating after image is processed
Import of a Session into a Catalog doesn’t create a collection under “Recent Imports”
Next Capture Adjustments - only one Style can be added
Fixed bug where it was sometimes not possible to remove a Keyword from a Session Keyword Library
ICC-Profile: naming changes when setting it to default for camera
Dragging a Session favorite to Albums does not create an Album
Color Editor: Reset selected tab removes all presets regardless of tab
Improved global modification of Keywords
Crop tool does not respond correctly if Next Capture Adjustments is set away from default
Vignette tool does not reset when Amount title is click-hold
‘Select by Sequence ID’ works as ‘Select All’ if no ID
Vignetting tool is disabled by default
Variants not persisted when making Keyword Library changes in another Collection
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2016, 10:16:08 am »

Mac User so I am particularly pleased with the bug fixes to the Curve Tool.

Not really been a major problem but just makes life a little easier being able to pick a point on the curve.

Adding some extra features to the shortcuts is also nice, like resetting the rename counter, which I have had to do manually for every import.

Just a quick question.

One of the new features in the short cuts is  "Select By "   is that, in effect,  the same as  " Filter By " ?





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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2016, 10:51:19 am »

Mac User so I am particularly pleased with the bug fixes to the Curve Tool.

Not really been a major problem but just makes life a little easier being able to pick a point on the curve.

Adding some extra features to the shortcuts is also nice, like resetting the rename counter, which I have had to do manually for every import.

Just a quick question.

One of the new features in the short cuts is  "Select By "   is that, in effect,  the same as  " Filter By " ?

Hey Jeff,

Select By, allows you to either select by rating or colour tag.  So if you have marked a large collection of images with different tags or ratings, you can choose to instantly select all the Green tags (for example).  Worth setting up a shortcut for.

Shift-G (select all green) then CMD-D.. process those.  Easy!

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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2016, 11:33:52 am »

It is nice to see Phase One continuing to refine and add features while Adobe seems to be resting on their laurels collecting rent.

Did I miss it, or is support for the Nikon D5 and Canon 1DXII still to come?
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2016, 12:04:34 pm »

It is nice to see Phase One continuing to refine and add features while Adobe seems to be resting on their laurels collecting rent.

Did I miss it, or is support for the Nikon D5 and Canon 1DXII still to come?

New Camera Support in Lightroom/ACR CC 2015.5 / 6.5

    Canon EOS-1D X Mark II
    Nikon D5


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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2016, 03:55:11 pm »

In case you're interested, please find a full Capture One Pro 9.1 review here.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #6 on: March 17, 2016, 04:04:54 pm »

Hey Jeff,

Select By, allows you to either select by rating or colour tag.  So if you have marked a large collection of images with different tags or ratings, you can choose to instantly select all the Green tags (for example).  Worth setting up a shortcut for.

Shift-G (select all green) then CMD-D.. process those.  Easy!

Thanks David,
For the moment think I will stick to filtering because you can then actually see the selection for a quick review before continuing.
Especially as I use the RED tag for deletions.

With this new method it does appear to do the selection but you have no visual confirmation.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2016, 06:28:09 am »

Thanks David,
For the moment think I will stick to filtering because you can then actually see the selection for a quick review before continuing.
Especially as I use the RED tag for deletions.

With this new method it does appear to do the selection but you have no visual confirmation.

Hi Jeff,

You do have visual confirmation as the images are selected.

David
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #8 on: March 20, 2016, 10:52:03 am »

Great, now the color editor doesn't work at all.
Anybody else with this issue?
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #9 on: March 20, 2016, 11:46:36 am »

Figured it out.
There was a bug in which if you were to set the default profile in the D800 to "No Color Correction", new imports would be given a value of "--"
This evidently angered the color correction tool.
If I reassign a profile, all works as it should.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #10 on: March 20, 2016, 05:56:03 pm »

I upgraded two iMacs. One is fine. The other has lost the library tool, and crashes each time I try to add it to the Library tab. I have raised a support case already.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #11 on: March 21, 2016, 10:03:52 am »

Thanks for the notice, I just installed and will see what is new.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #12 on: March 21, 2016, 03:27:21 pm »

Appears to be quite a few issues with this release, especially with the Library for Mac users

Hopefully 9.1.1 will be issued earlier than planned to implement fixes.
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #13 on: March 23, 2016, 07:38:16 pm »

I need to add that I am now starting to have all sorts of issues with this latest release of 9.1.

When I try to delete a Keyword from the Keyword Library all I get is the Spinning Ball.
Only way out of this is to use Force Quit. This issue also happens if I try to rename a Keyword.

Tried to edit the Keyboard shortcut and the program just crashes.

Startup time also seems to take a long time.

Just did a complete uninstall and reinstall as suggested from support, however still have the on going issues.   

Also noticed on the PhaseOne User Forum: http://forum.phaseone.com/En/viewforum.php?f=61&sid=411360e8f51f0b0ef4a2a27488da684c that many are having issues with 9.1.

Running on a Macbook Pro Retina (June 2012) 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB with OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.4.

I now assume their must be some real issue with this latest version 9.1.

Stu
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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #14 on: March 23, 2016, 07:50:22 pm »

Major problem with C1 Pro 9.1 files when loading into Color Effex pro within Photoshop.  Here is the support case I filed with the details:

RAW files converted with Capture One 9.1 crash Google's Nik Color Effex 4 (Windows Platform).   Any file converted with 9.1 and then loaded into Photoshop crashes Color Effex or returns a pink/green duotone file. If I convert the same image in 9.0 or Adobe Camera RAW it does not. If I convert it to PSD instead of TIF it still crashes. If I first convert the RAW file to DNG and then RAW convert the file in C1 9.1 it crashes Color Effex.  This phenomenon occurs with RAW files from Nikon, Sony and Canon cameras and then converted by Capture One 9.1.  Using an older process engine within C1 does not resolve the problem. The system has 32GB of RAM with nothing else running so there is plenty of memory for the operation.  There are others on NatureScapes.net reporting the same problem. 

There appears to be something different about C1 Pro 9.1 generated TIF/PSD files that crashes Color Effex Pro 4.


And then in a follow-up post to my support case I added:

A little more info, changing Bit depth to 8 bits or to a different color space still causes the crash in Color Effex 4. Again if I use an other RAW converter or an older version of C1 Pro, there is no crash.
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« Reply #15 on: March 23, 2016, 07:58:41 pm »

By the way, does anybody know if you can roll back C1 Pro to an older version like 9.0.3 by running the older install file which is still in my Downloads folder?  I hate to just try it on my production system.
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« Reply #16 on: March 24, 2016, 04:28:44 am »

There appears to be something different about C1 Pro 9.1 generated TIF/PSD files that crashes Color Effex Pro 4.

Hi,

I don't know if it is related, but  my first conversions to TIFF in 9.1 (Windows) looked fine when opened into Photoshop, but were totally the wrong gamma after Topaz Clarity was run.

It was caused by the profile setting in my output recipe, which had changed my profile choice to embed the camera profile. A simple edit of the recipe solved that.

So, check if the recipe settings are still what you expect them to be.

Other than that, no issues.

Cheers,
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« Reply #17 on: March 24, 2016, 04:33:10 am »

I hadn't noticed problems previously with the 9.1 upgrade (I rarely use Color Effex Pro) but checked this one out after reading your post. I haven't managed to crash C1 so far, but I did repeatedly get the same pink/green or pink only preview in CEP that you observed. I then realised that the profile in my usual C1 output recipe had changed from ProPhoto RGB to Embed Camera Profile, apparently spontaneously. Changing this back to ProPhoto appears to solve the CEP issue, at least on preliminary inspection.

Also, the CEP problem does not seem to occur if the file with the embedded camera profile is converted to the working space (ProPhoto RGB) on import to Photoshop - you may not have noticed if you have the import warning turned off in Photoshop.

There is a side issue in C1 in that changing the output profile in any of the recipes now has a major delay of at least 10 seconds before the list of profiles appears (previously it was more or less instant), so there is clearly something very wrong here.

That may be a further line of investigation, and hopefully changing the output profile or converting on import to Photoshop may be a work around for your immediate problem until Phase One can get it sorted.

Cheers,

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Re: Capture One 9.1 released!
« Reply #18 on: March 24, 2016, 04:43:09 am »

By the way, does anybody know if you can roll back C1 Pro to an older version like 9.0.3 by running the older install file which is still in my Downloads folder?  I hate to just try it on my production system.

You can uninstall the current version and reinstall the previous one. I see no problems with that, especially when you do a total cleanup with the uninstall. There are instructions on the Capture One knowledge-base how to totally uninstall and clean up the file structures from previous versions for the different operating systems, should that be necessary.

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« Reply #19 on: March 24, 2016, 05:26:12 am »

I hadn't noticed problems previously with the 9.1 upgrade (I rarely use Color Effex Pro) but checked this one out after reading your post. I haven't managed to crash C1 so far, but I did repeatedly get the same pink/green or pink only preview in CEP that you observed. I then realised that the profile in my usual C1 output recipe had changed from ProPhoto RGB to Embed Camera Profile, apparently spontaneously. Changing this back to ProPhoto appears to solve the CEP issue, at least on preliminary inspection.

Also, the CEP problem does not seem to occur if the file with the embedded camera profile is converted to the working space (ProPhoto RGB) on import to Photoshop - you may not have noticed if you have the import warning turned off in Photoshop.

Hi Malcolm,

It's similar to what I experienced with Topaz Clarity, it's confused by the Camera profile that got embedded, but if on/after import the profile is changed before applying the plugin filter, all is fine.

I noticed that it were only the output recipes that I made myself that had the changed profile, the default ones were as expected. I do not know if that was only in my case (on Windows 7) or worth a general caution. I checked all output profiles to be sure, and they have not changed since.

We may be on to something, and if it's the same thing causing the issue for E.J. Peiker, he may want to give that feedback to PhaseOne in his support case. If it's not the same thing causing his issues, a separate case should be opened, since it appears to be not an isolated thing because we both experienced the same phenomenon.

Cheers,
Bart
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