Capture One Live allows you to share photos online directly from Capture One. Your clients can access shared images on any device using a web browser to view, rate, and color tag them.
The results are synchronized with Capture One in real-time so that you can get feedback on your images without exporting them.
You can provide access to a particular folder or an album, as well as to the capture folder so that reviewers will see new images in real-time as they are being captured.
Every Capture One Live session stays active for up to 24 hours, and shared images are available to view online even if you quit Capture One.
Capture One Live is currently in BETA, and you need to sign up at captureone.com/live to get access to it. According to developers, when Capture One Live goes out of beta, it will be available as an add-on service.
Capture One Live requires Capture One 21 – if you haven’t upgraded yet, you can save 10% on an upgrade (or a new license!) with this code: ALEXONRAW
Simply enter it at Capture One checkout, and you’ll immediately get 10% OFF.
Apart from adding Capture One Live, the 14.3.1 update has also fixed various bugs, added Panasonic DC-FZ80 camera profile, and Sigma 105mm F1.4 DG HSM (Sony E) lens profile.
I’m on vacation now, folks! But I’ll be back in September with new Capture One tutorials! So, stay tuned!