Video: Setting Fuji Film Simulation Modes in Capture One 12
Last week’s release of Capture One 12 is a significant update, and for Fuji Shooters the biggest news is probably the addition of Fuji’s film simulation modes. In this video I show you how to set them as well as a few related tips.
Capture One 12 also comes with a new processing engine, so I show you how to upgrade your images, either one at a time or in batches. I also show you how to set one of the film simulation modes as a default.
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