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RebelHornet

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  1. You have to be kidding me. That actually worked. - Can I call buggggg? No one at AP, dev, QA, management uses two monitors? Well CSP. Consider me grateful! ...I was going to move back to Photoshop.
  2. I mostly work on my 30" display, the laptop screen is used only to read emails and such. so the app is always started on the secondary display.
  3. My mistake for leaving that there... as you can also see the tiff check mark is not checked, I export to sRGB when I expert for web. the tif files are exported to adobe color space.
  4. 1: X-Rite Display pro's i1Profiler 2: 4.2.0 3: yes. 4: I reset my screen every time I calibrate it. i can't reset the laptop's screen. 5: yes they are all the same image. 7: Monitors are calibrated to their respective parameters. The debate here is not that both screens need to have the same colours displayed, to be honest i could not care less for the integrated display. I need AP to look the same as every other software on my 30" screen.
  5. AP running on the built in display has less color shift than on the secondary monitor. C1 is constant on both screens, PixelMator is constant on both screens, Hell... Apple Preview is constant. See screen shot of secondary monitor. Top Left: PixelMator Top Right: Apple Preview Bottom Left: Capture One Pro 8 Botom Right: Affinity Photo 1.3.5
  6. MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013) 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 500 GB Flash Storage NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB Built-in Retina Display 15.4-inch (2880 x 1800) Dell 3008WFP Flat Panel Monitor 30-inch (2560 x 1600) Connected Thru Apple's thunderbolt to dual-DVI adaptor
  7. I would think along those lines if ALL my imaging software had the same behaviour. Unfortunately only AP has that behaviour. I've been waiting for a while now for a dev to read this thread...
  8. Yup, if I drag from one monitor to the other, the color shift's in AP, as you can see from the posted images while they remain the same in C1.
  9. Alright with a little more investigation. If i have the same tiff opened with AP on my primary monitor, and C1 on my secondary monitor, everything is perfect. ( primary.png and secondary.png ) But if i have AP on the same screen than C1 ( on the secondary monitor ) the colours in AP are way off... ( combined.png ) Could it be that AP ignores the color profile on the secondary screen ? ( both monitors are calibrated )
  10. With a little bit more exploring, it's the way AP displays the image that differs from C1 when I save the file after applying adjustments, it looks ok in C1 except if i make color adjustments then the file is completely unbalances, Obviously because AP displays it differently. any clues ?
  11. Greetings! I've been using Capture One 8 Pro for my image development for quite some time now, and I've added Affinity Photo to my workflow since the first beta, I have been using it incrementally since the release. One thing that puzzles me is the difference between AP and CO treatment of the white balance information contained in Tiff files. In this example I've done the development in CO, exported the file as tiff with all adjustments, when the file is opened in AP the white balance is orange... if I then save that file, the white balance is updated and the orange toning is reproduces in CO where I need to adjust back to the desired range. Attached is an example of the experience. Is there a way I can assure that settings are constant from one software tot he other? a switch, a file format? Can AP read CO's raw settings adjustment files? that would avoid the need to export to Tiff. Best regards. Sandro.
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