Phase One has released Capture One 8.1 which offers new camera and lens support, new features, stability improvements and bug fixes.

Capture One 8.1 is available now in four versions: Capture One Pro, Capture One DB (digital back version), Capture One Express (for Sony), and Capture One Express (for Sony).

Feature enhancements include:
— Ability to edit images in external applications, such as Adobe Photoshop or Pixelmator
— Improved Auto Adjust
— Live View for select models of Sony cameras
— Quick cursor tools
— Find/replace naming
— Additional and improved naming tokens
— Multiple on-screen guides for aligning and composing images.
— Incremental camera controls
— Up to 16 adjustment layers
— Additional TIFF processing options

Additional Camera Support:
Capture One 8 now supports more than 350 different camera models, with:
— Live View for Sony A7S, A7R and Sony A7 Mark II
— File and tether support for Sony A7-II
— Tether support for Sony a5100
— Tether support for Canon 7D mark II
— File support for Fujifilm X100T and X30
— File support for Canon G7X
— File support for Panasonic FZ1000
— Improved support for Leica T

Bug fixes:
Capture One 8.1 has fixed some stability issues and bugs, including:
— Windows: Fixed an issue where browsing images would stop preview generation
— Windows: Improved support for importing, adjusting and processing images with non-English characters in their path
— Mac: Fixed an issue where Export to Originals did not include LCC or ICC profiles
— Mac: Fixed an issue where incorrect dates would be applied to imported images
— Mac: Fixed an issue where using the Spot tool together with a Heal Layer would result in a crash

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Posted by at December 18, 2014
Filed in category: Imaging Insider, Newsstream, Press Releases, Software/Apps,

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