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Jul 17, 2011 16:44 as a reply to  @ post 12774309 |  #31

Two questions:

Does anyone know how to revert to a 30 day trial of Capture One Pro after registering Capture One Express? I really want to try out the Focus Mask feature. (This would be a fantastic plug-in for Lightroom!)

Can CR2 images be "developed" in bulk in DPP and then be opened with those settings in Lightroom? Would this be a way to add the "Canon color" to images before they are sent to Lightroom?

(Side note: I have been looking for a program that's faster than Lightroom for quickly sorting through piles of photos and culling out the keepers. Faststone seemed to be the best choice but I was just playing around with Bridge and found that it's just as fast and can also be configured for one-key deleting. So my new workflow will be to cull in Bridge and then import into Lightroom. Still, I can't imagine any handier feature for fast culling than that Focus Mask concept.)


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Jul 18, 2011 00:34 |  #32

cacawcacaw wrote in post #12774493 (external link)
Two questions:

Does anyone know how to revert to a 30 day trial of Capture One Pro after registering Capture One Express? I really want to try out the Focus Mask feature. (This would be a fantastic plug-in for Lightroom!)

You would have to track down and remove the registry key then reboot and do the trial install.




  
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Jul 18, 2011 02:17 |  #33

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You would have to track down and remove the registry key then reboot and do the trial install.

Thanks, I tried but I guess I'm not finding the right registry key. It's probably hidden to make it difficult to re-start the trial period.


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Jul 18, 2011 10:53 |  #34

As to your other question, Canon embeds the RAW processing changes from DPP or ZB within the CR2, but no other programs can read it. Capture one uses either sidecar files in the Capture one folder or a new file format to save theirs.


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Jul 18, 2011 11:14 |  #35

cacawcacaw wrote in post #12774493 (external link)
Two questions:

Does anyone know how to revert to a 30 day trial of Capture One Pro after registering Capture One Express? I really want to try out the Focus Mask feature. (This would be a fantastic plug-in for Lightroom!)

Can CR2 images be "developed" in bulk in DPP and then be opened with those settings in Lightroom? Would this be a way to add the "Canon color" to images before they are sent to Lightroom?

(Side note: I have been looking for a program that's faster than Lightroom for quickly sorting through piles of photos and culling out the keepers. Faststone seemed to be the best choice but I was just playing around with Bridge and found that it's just as fast and can also be configured for one-key deleting. So my new workflow will be to cull in Bridge and then import into Lightroom. Still, I can't imagine any handier feature for fast culling than that Focus Mask concept.)


how please, I could use that feature, thank you


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Jul 18, 2011 13:00 |  #36

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Jul 18, 2011 16:45 |  #37

Don't waste your time. I downloaded, installed and activated the program with no problems. However, I since I won't let imgcoreprocess access the internet the program locks up and I have to give it the 3 finger salute to end the process. imgcoreprocess is, as far as I can find out, one of those sneaky programs that keeps track of what you do (your keystrokes) on your computer and transmits it to capture one.


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Jul 18, 2011 16:46 |  #38

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... one-key deleting.... how please, I could use that feature, thank you

I've rarely used Bridge, so frequent confirmation messages pop up. When I pressed Delete the first time, it asked something like, "Mark as a reject or just delete it?" and there was a check box that said something like, "Ask Every Time?" So, I told it to just delete it and never ask me again.

Then, another confirmation box appeared with something like, "Are you sure you really want to delete this file" and it also had an "Ask Every Time?" check box. After telling it not to ask either of those questions ever again, I can now trash a picture with a single press of the Delete key, and then it's on to the next image.

This works out pretty well for culling images. Bridge (like Faststone) loads the images very quickly and each image gets an arrow key (next image) or delete key (delete and then show the next image). Lightroom should be the place to do this but it takes forever to wait for each image to fully load. As it's loading, images look like they're out of focus so it's easy to mistakenly delete a good image.

A fast-moving program (like Bridge, Faststone, or Photo Mechanic) with a focus mask would really make the culling process go quickly.


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Jul 18, 2011 17:07 |  #39

DanThoman wrote in post #12780856 (external link)
Don't waste your time. I downloaded, installed and activated the program with no problems. However, I since I won't let imgcoreprocess access the internet the program locks up and I have to give it the 3 finger salute to end the process. imgcoreprocess is, as far as I can find out, one of those sneaky programs that keeps track of what you do (your keystrokes) on your computer and transmits it to capture one.

I highly doubt they are tracking your keystrokes

it works perfectly fine on mac for me


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Jul 18, 2011 18:09 |  #40

cacawcacaw wrote in post #12780870 (external link)
I've rarely used Bridge, so frequent confirmation messages pop up. When I pressed Delete the first time, it asked something like, "Mark as a reject or just delete it?" and there was a check box that said something like, "Ask Every Time?" So, I told it to just delete it and never ask me again.

Then, another confirmation box appeared with something like, "Are you sure you really want to delete this file" and it also had an "Ask Every Time?" check box. After telling it not to ask either of those questions ever again, I can now trash a picture with a single press of the Delete key, and then it's on to the next image.

This works out pretty well for culling images. Bridge (like Faststone) loads the images very quickly and each image gets an arrow key (next image) or delete key (delete and then show the next image). Lightroom should be the place to do this but it takes forever to wait for each image to fully load. As it's loading, images look like they're out of focus so it's easy to mistakenly delete a good image.

A fast-moving program (like Bridge, Faststone, or Photo Mechanic) with a focus mask would really make the culling process go quickly.

Thanks, that was truly a why didn't I think of that moment! doh!!


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Jul 19, 2011 06:31 |  #41

Did anybody have problems activating the software?. I am using this on a Win 7 64 bit OS and it does not even open the program in trial mode. When I try to open it in trial mode it says " Session database could not be read, error: Error". I tried googling for this error, one of the suggestions was to delete all the .col files it creates and try again. In spite of doing this it gives me the same error.

When I try to activate the software it complains about being unable to create temporary file under C: Users directory.


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Jul 20, 2011 02:55 |  #42

tekkie wrote in post #12780990 (external link)
I highly doubt they are tracking your keystrokes

it works perfectly fine on mac for me

It was sending something from my comp as well, until I uninstalled it. I don't know what it was sending, or why, and I didn't see any mention of the program sending data in the set-up or the EULA.


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Jul 20, 2011 05:26 |  #43

nikhilnh wrote in post #12784532 (external link)
I am using this on a Win 7 64 bit OS and it does not even open the program in trial mode.

Same setup here and it installed fine so you might want to turn off your AV software.

The majority of software problems come from rootkit crapware like Norton.




  
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Jul 20, 2011 09:57 |  #44

T3 Heavy Shop wrote in post #12790395 (external link)
It was sending something from my comp as well, until I uninstalled it. I don't know what it was sending, or why, and I didn't see any mention of the program sending data in the set-up or the EULA.

How do you think it activates itself and checks that your code is valid?


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Jul 20, 2011 10:20 |  #45

first time you use it, sure. Then it could save that data just like every program out there that doesn't need to connect to the internet to use it. But it didn't. It connected to the web, and sent info every time it was used.


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