Capture One Pro 22 [WiN x64]

By | September 22, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 09.08.2022
Version: 22 Build
Developed By: Capture
Developer site: Capture One Pro
Bit depth: 64bit
Interface language: Multilingual (Russian is present)
Tabletka: present
System requirements:
Minimum Requirements for Microsoft® Windows®
Intel or AMD processor with 2 cores
10 GB free hard disk space
1280×800 24bit 96dpi calibrated monitor
Windows 8.1® 64-bit or Windows 10®* 64-bit or Windows 11® 64-bit
Internet connection to launch Capture One Live
* Capture One 22 support on Windows 10 is supported for builds that support .NET 4.7 – currently build 1607 to build 10 21H2.
Recommended system requirements
When working with high-resolution images and making complex adjustments, we recommend the following:
Intel processor with more than 4 cores
16+ GB RAM
Solid state drive (SSD)
NVIDIA or AMD GPU with more than 8 GB of RAM
Calibrated monitor with at least 1920×1200 resolution, 24-bit @ 96dpi

Description :
Designed with the world’s most discerning photographers in mind, Capture One is the choice of imaging software professionals with support for over 500 cameras from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Phase One and more.
One of the most powerful professional RAW digital photo converters supporting a wide range of modern cameras. The program allows you to convert “on the fly” files to full-size TIFF (RGB / CMYK) and JPG formats in single and batch modes, correct white balance, effectively process “overexposed” and “underexposed” images, fine-tune image sharpness and eliminate color noise.
Allows you to use several options for adjusting the same image. The original RAW is used as a template, not the result of previous adjustments. The work area is divided into several areas. Their number is equal to the number of options for processing the original digital negative. White balance is adjusted using the color temperature and hue controls. In addition, there is a choice of scene programs, traditional for many cameras. You can also use a pipette. The photo indicates a neutral gray point, from which the white balance is built.

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