Capture One Pro 9.1.1 Released

Today Phase One has released Capture One 9.1.1 which mostly addresses bugs in the Library tool on Mac, but also importantly includes preliminary support for Fuji Xpro 2, Nikon D5 and Sony RX10M3.

We have tested this release & recommend upgrading.

Read on below for more details about this update, or visit our Download Archive to get it.

You can find the release notes here: Capture One 9.1.1 Release Notes

Capture One 9.1.1 Features

Camera Support:

  • Fuji X-Pro2 (preliminary, lossless compressed not supported)
  • Nikon D5 (preliminary, 12 bit uncompressed not supported, Live view not supported)
  • Sony RX-10 M3

Bug Fixes:

  • (Mac) Functionality Bugs
    • Library Tool: several stability and performance improvements, and UI fixes (both Sessions and Catalogs)
    • Multi-shot images: UI fixes in Metadata Tool
    • Next Capture Adjustments tool: fix some tooltips
    • Batch rename: fix an issue with names containing “.”
    • Crop tool: fix an issue causing the crop unit to revert to inches
    • “Open With…”: fix a bug causing some localized versions of CO to prevent selecting a desired app
    • AppleScript: fix an issue when setting capture paths
    • Live view deformed for Sony cameras
    • Fixed various crashes
  • (Win) Functionality Bugs
    • Export Recipe settings in Export dialog not persisted after restart
    • Process Recipe ICC profiles changed to Embed Camera profile after 9.1 install
    • “Batch rename” is showing the wrong translation in German
    • Unable to import session into catalog
    • Dropdown/menu arrow shown in cursor tool selector for tools with only 1 item
    • Auto adjust button missing arrow down
    • Pick Curve Point cursor tool hidden
    • Live view deformed for Sony cameras
    • Fixed various crashes

Known Issues:

All users

  • Browsing folders containing unsupported image files may affect application performance.
  • Previews from earlier versions of Capture One may be updated. In some cases, this can affect the application performance the first time images are viewed in this version of Capture One.
  • If using a non US laptop keyboard it might be preferable to change some of the standard keyboard shortcuts.
  • Editing images in external applications other than Adobe Photoshop might result in unexpected behavior.
  • Operation under virtualization software (e.g Parallels, Hackintosh etc) may cause instability. We do not recommend you use these OS configurations.

Mac Users

  • It is only possible to show the Capture One toolbar in “Icon Only” mode.
  • Live View over USB can stall without the use of a repeater.

Windows Users

  • Windows drivers are required for some older models of Canon DSLR cameras to be able to shoot tethered. These drivers are available from Canon’s web site.
  • If you have Bonjour 2.0.3 installed you may experience problems with Capture Pilot. Bonjour 2.0.2 (shipping with Capture One 9) and 2.0.4 (shipped with iTunes) have been tested to work with Capture Pilot. To check the version number of Bonjour, go to ‘Control Panel’ and select ‘Programs and Features’.
  • Importing a catalog can result in the last picture not getting imported.
  • Operation under RAMDisk by Dataram is known to cause issues with disk labeling. Capture One is not supported with this configuration.

Questions?

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