Top Processing Tip 1: Using Sub Folders in Recipes
September 20, 2012 2 Comments
Recipes in Capture One Pro 6 are a very powerful way of managing multiple outputs from a batch of images. Output Recipes can be customized and subsequently have any number of recipes processed simultaneously.
Images can be processed for output as TIFF, JPEG or DNG. Capture One Pro 6 provides a range of options for setting the file compression, bit depth, color space, resolution and size. Hence, images can be scaled easily making it possible to produce a range of outputs for different purposes. To help manage these various different outputs, within the Advanced tab of the Recipe Tool is an option to manage the location of the exported files.
Process Recipe – Advanced Tab
In the following example we have two process recipes…
One creates a high quality TIFF
The second creates an image for the web sized at 1280 x 1024 pixels.
In the Advanced tab, there is a further option called Subfolder which will automatically create a subfolder of that name within the chosen output folder.
Therefore when the export is complete it is easy to locate the different kinds of files that have been exported.