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  1. Peter
    Peter says:

    Hello, thanks for this article..is there any limit of images recommendation for the session mode? Someone told me, that for performance wise, I should split my event gallery to several sessions…I mean I came from a wedding and have 1000 images…all will be on internal .m2 ssd imported…do I need to split the images into 3 sessions with 333 images?

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    • Image Alchemist
      Image Alchemist says:

      Hi Peter, with sessions the 300-500 images per folder limit has long been advertised. However, with faster hardware and SSD drives, you can stretch to 1000 images per folder. There will be some delay. Optional, split images in 2 or 3 folders within a single session and make all folders a session favorite. That might help as well.

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  2. Bedour
    Bedour says:

    While using capture one, if l want to outsource my editing process.. do you know a good company that offer the editing/color correction using capture one?
    As most editing companies only use lightroom!

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  3. david
    david says:

    I scanned BW film negatives saved as TIF and imported them into my Mac. The scanned files do not import into Capture One10. I changed the Tif file to a psd but still no import. btw PS and LR can see the files as tif or psd
    thanks. david

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    • Image Alchemist
      Image Alchemist says:

      Hi David, most likely that the B&W scans are greyscale images and not RGB images. Capture One can not open or import greyscale images.
      Best, Paul Steunebrink / Image Alchemist

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  4. Maarten
    Maarten says:

    Is there any way to customize the import window tools. As in, I would like to add the ‘keywords’ tool, but for some reason, all tools are greyed out.

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    • Image Alchemist
      Image Alchemist says:

      Hi Maarten,
      Unfortunately, the Import Images dialog is not customisable. You can technically add keywords during import, via a preset or style, but otherwise this is considered done after import.
      Best, Paul Steunebrink / Image Alchemist

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