Capture One for iPad offers a slick mobile solution for tethering. When you need to travel light out in the field, an iPad can be a great alternative to a weightier or bulkier system. In this livestream we will look at setting up for tethered capture on the iPad, with some tips for using it in the field. We will then show you how to rate and select on the iPad, start your editing, and transfer via the cloud or locally to Capture One Pro. Attend this session and learn how to: Safely connect your compatible camera Set up Capture albums for file management Transfer to Capture One Pro via the cloud or locally - Thanks for watching! Learn more about Capture One: 🤍captureone.co/YTexplorefeatures Download a free 30-day Capture One Pro trial (no credit card needed): 🤍captureone.co/YTtrial Join our official Facebook community: 🤍captureone.co/YTfacebookgroup Check out more free learning resources in our Learning Hub: 🤍captureone.co/YTlearninghub Want to buy right away? See all available purchase options: 🤍captureone.co/YTproducts Follow Capture One: Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/captureonepro Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/captureonepro Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/captureonepro
Great presentation David, thank you. I am frustrated to learn that in order to use C1 for iPad, I must be using the latest version of C1 on my desktop else I won't be able to import my images (per the C1 FAQ). I have no interest in upgrading from version 21. I do not need the 3 additional features provided by C122. Being forced to upgrade sounds like a load of crap to me. If we can export the original raw files from the iPad to an SSD, why would I not be able to import image files??? Yes, this defeats the purpose of a full mobile workflow, but speaking for myself, I only tether in order to have a much larger screen to view my image files. The adjustments I make during a session can be quickly replicated on my desktop.
Hi David, I have just tried to buy the app on the apps store and failed.
I currently have a Capture One Express Sony account and the system says I will not be able to use the Icloud function because the email address it expects does not match my Express email and won't allow me to change it without cancelling my Express subscription
I believe I do not need a C1 account to use the standalone ipad version, can I just ignore this and create a standalone account that won't use the expected email address shown in the app store,
I have recreated the account so everything works fine now, sorry to trouble you
Excellent presentation! The app looks nice and crisp, my only concern when using it for a commercial job is - how to charge the iPad while the tethering cable is connected to the camera? As the wireless option at this point of time is extremely slow. I tried it with the Nikon Z9, and it takes around 30secs to transfer the lossless compressed RAW files which are only 35MB! I think it’s not a solution for commercial work yet, Please let me know if I’m missing something here, thanks & cheers!
Tried it. Still no support for the lens I use most, despite bringing it to their attention a couple of years ago when I was using a brand-specific paid version on my desktop. Lightroom for iPad is more versatile, does more than what I need and includes both mobile and desktop versions with full sync both ways plus cloud storage. Also be aware that wireless tethering only works with a limited number of cameras.
How about the additional features in editing like selecting fujifilm simulation and masking etc. in the future update? What is the future plan for this?
Why not also an app for Microsoft Surface Pro tablets?
@Capture One says in the chat: "@J.D. Floyd The issue is with a connection protocol that Phase One backs use and is not allowed by Apple on their current iOS."
I guess that's why Cascable was able to release an iOS application with Phase One IQ4 compatibility using Phase One provided camera sdk.
Support for the iPadOS 14 will be much appreciated.
As of 23rd Sept 22, compatible camera list: support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002718118-Camera-models-and-RAW-files-supported-by-Capture-One support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002718118-Camera-models-and-RAW-files-supported-by-Capture-One
Been playing with this, and it's fantastic! Thank you! Once we get live view....Wow! As for wireless tethering, I'm not sure what people are expecting...I don't believe we're anywhere close to having the speed or seamless connectivity to implement it in for a professional workflow with this or any app. It works fine for grabbing files to post on social media, which is great.
My camera is on the list for wireless tethering but I can’t get it to connect what do I do to make it work please help
How do you connect the Capture One for iPad to your camera
How do you connect wirelessly to the iPad for tethering
A link to the list of supported cameras for wireless tethering would be nice.
No "Live View" feature in this release ? If No, is it scheduled in further release ? Thank you David.
Is it possible to select a memory card when connecting the camera wirelessly? [Like version 15.3]
Raw transmission is slow when using wireless tethering.
I just want to get jpg veiw, from dual slot jpg+raw. 😂
Hi David, enjoyed my first webinar today but did not get my question fully answered. Can you please explain further.
If I shoot 20 Raw images tethered to the Ipad and make some adjustments, I understand I can export these to an external SSD drive with the adjustments also saved, is that correct?
Can I now plug my SSD into my Macbook, select these 20 images then open them in a program other than Capture One, Adobes ACR for example and apply further processing in ACR.