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Capture One Webinar: The Next Level
Pre-requisite: This course is for existing users of Capture One 3, 4, 5 or 6 who have a working knowledge of Capture One’s basic tools and workflow.
Focus: This course focuses on the intermediate and advanced features of Capture One 6 PRO/DB.
Description: The Next Level course aims to provide an understanding of the multiple image adjustment tools and customization options within Capture One. We start with the ability to Customize the software exactly how you want as well as how to Streamline all the machines in your studio. We then talk about the Basic Image Adjustment tools. Once those are in place we go to the Advanced Tools that give you true control of your image. For a better working experience we discuss the tools available to help with the adjustment tools. On the backend we cover your Contact Sheet and Printing Options. The Next Level will also cover a multitude of other topics (see full list below). To end, each course has a Question and Answer time so you’ll have ample opportunity to ask questions specific to your needs.
Advanced Color Edits
Full List of Topics Covered:
Workspaces, Lens Tools, Keystone, Local Adjustments, Printing, Styles, Variants, Color Readouts, Proof Margins, Web Contact Sheet, High Dynamic Range, Capture Pilot, Base Characteristics, White Balance, Color Balance, Black & White, Color Editor, Exposure, Levels, Curves, Clarity, Vignetting, Overlay, Moire, Spot Removal, Metadata, Output, Batch Queue, Focus Mask, Deleting the Preferences, Application Support, Browser labels, Viewer Labels, Thumbnail Status Mode Options
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Webinar Description Overview
Digital Transitions Webinars are presented through WebEx. This webinar series is a live presentation with a group of no more then 25 people. Questions can be asked throughout the webinar as well as during the Question and Answer period.
What You Need To Log In
After registration has closed you will receive an email that contains the link to the webinar, the Meeting Number, and Meeting Password. The meeting will be available for log in approximately 15 minutes prior to start time.
When Should You Log In
We recommend that you log in early in case you encounter any problems. If you go to the site earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start time, you will not be able to log in and should wait a little longer before trying again.
When the meeting has started, you will be prompted to enter the Meeting Number and Meeting Password. After this information is entered, you will see your Attendeee ID Number appear in a pop-up box that you will be asked to enter as well. When this is complete, a program called Meeting Manager will appear and you will be able to see the meeting. For audio, there are two options, calling in through your phone or using a headset on your computer.
Do I need Capture One Running?
Capture One is not required to be running during the webinar. You will see the presenter’s screen that will show Capture One. However, many webinar attendees prefer to have Capture One running so they can follow along on their own.
What version of Capture One is being shown?
Our Capture One webinars always utilize the most current version of the software.
What operating system is used during the webinar?
We use the latest Mac OS system. However, if you are a PC user you’ll see that Capture One is nearly identical cross-platform so you will not have any issue learning the software.
Please note that there are no refunds for Webinars.
Price: $49.99All available spaces for this Training Event are currently filled.