Capture One Pro 10 is compatible with both Mac and Windows computers. In this video, Derrick Story shows compatible key strokes for both platforms. Capture One Pro is an advanced image management and editing application for profession and enthusiast photographers.
- [Instructor] One of the things that I absolutely love about Capture One Pro is that it works on both Mac and Windows platforms. So cool. Now we did this particular training on a Mac, but I want to show you the mappings for a Mac and Windows so that we're all speaking the same language, or at least all listening to the same language, while we're working on this. So for example, on a Mac, when I say option and I hold down the option key, then that maps to alt on a Windows machine. And that should work almost every time.
There's one instance I can think of where that doesn't work, and that is when I'm holding down the option key, and launching Capture One Pro, that provides a dialogue box with all the catalogs that I can choose from in that particular moment. That functionality, as far as I know is Mac only, and that won't work on the Windows machine. Otherwise option and alt should be pretty much interchangeable. Now on a Mac when I say command, just like this, then we're talking control on our Windows machines.
When I say delete, we're talking backspace on a Windows machine. And when I say return, we are talking enter over here on our Windows keyboard. Excellent. Now I have another tip for you. If you forget, and this is whether you're working on Mac or Windows, what a particular keyboard combination is, then there is salvation. Go up here, go to Capture One 10, and look for edit keyboard shortcuts right there.
We're going to open that up, here you get all the keyboard shortcuts that are existing so whether you're on a Mac or Windows machine, and Derek says something and you go, man I can't remember or feels like it's different on Windows or something like that. Go to edit keyboard shortcuts and look at this. You'll have them all. Isn't that nice? Now we're looking at the Mac versions right now, but this also works on Windows, and you can see the Windows keyboard shortcuts, and even in some instances you can even assign keyboard shortcuts, by creating a custom set.
And I talk about that in my essential training. But right now if you need it as a reference it's right here, edit keyboard shortcuts, so if I mess up or you forget, there's always a way to find the right answer.
- Adjusting a specific hue with the Color Editor
- Minimizing an offending color in the Color Editor
- Fine tuning hues with Color Balance
- Exploring Color Balance presets
- Addressing a specific tone with the Curve tool
- Exposure adjustment tricks
- Using brushing tools in the Local Adjustments tab
- Making color corrections to specific areas
- Speeding up your workflow