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07/15/2011 03:01:31 AM · #1
I have not tried this software myself but have downloaded it to see what it is like

Free copy of Capture One Express here > Free - Capture One Express

(Don't know if this download will work outside of the UK)

07/15/2011 08:46:16 AM · #2
Thanks! Works just fine from the US.
07/15/2011 08:48:35 AM · #3
Yes, thanks! I'm such a software junkie, always love the free stuff.
07/15/2011 09:02:20 AM · #4
Excellent ! Glad it worked 'over the pond' :-D

07/15/2011 09:36:29 AM · #5
So what's the difference between the full version and the Express version?

Added: Looked in the user guide and the only thing I could find was that the ability to do selective adjustments is restricted to the pro version.

Message edited by author 2011-07-15 09:40:38.
07/15/2011 09:40:41 AM · #6
Thanks for the heads up. Seems definitely worth a download.
07/15/2011 09:44:54 AM · #7
well i'd never heard of it so:

About Capture One Express 6
The raw converter for ultimate image quality. Capture One Express 6 has all the essential, easy-to-use tools in one powerful package. Import, organize, edit and print images in a fast, flexible and intuitive way to enhance and streamline your digital workflow. Create a slideshow in seconds or produce a professional looking web gallery. Capture One Express 6 can also help you output images with its new elegant print layouts.
07/15/2011 10:25:03 AM · #8
Sweet. Forwarded the link to my brother and a co-worker as well.
07/15/2011 10:50:18 AM · #9
My NoScript filter for Firefox detected a clickjack with this link.
Q: What is Clickjacking?
A: The word "Clickjacking" has been coined by Robert "RSnake" Hansen and Jeremiah Grossman, two security researchers (and, incidentally, NoScript users) which back in September 2008 had been prompted by Adobe to withdraw a speech about this matter because it revealed a critical exploitable flaw in the Flash player. The concept itself is not new, though, even if there was no previous systematic research. In facts, with "Clickjacking" we designate a class of attacks (also known as "UI Redressing") which consist in hiding or disguising an user interface element from a site you trust (e.g. the "Send" button of your webmail site or a pre-configured "Donate" Paypal button) in a way which leads you to click it without knowledge of what you're exactly doing. In the impressive proof of concept by RSnake and Jeremiah, you clicked anywhere in their apparently innocuous page, believing you were doing nothing dangerous, but in reality you were activating your microphone and/or your webcam for Flash access, allowing the remote attacker to spy on you instantaneously. More in general, an attacker can frame a portion of a certain web page you trust inside a different page under his control, decontextualizing it or making it transparent: this way he can easily trick you into interacting with it, and you end to perform a financial transaction or allow him special permissions, without remotely suspecting that something evil is going on. If JavaScript is allowed on the malicious site, this becomes much easier because the invisible target page can be automatically positioned exactly under your mouse pointer, so anywhere you clicks the evildoer wins. However this attack can work even without JavaScript being allowed: the attacker just needs to trick you into clicking on a seemingly innocuous link or button. Every web browser is affected, because this attack doesn't rely on any vulnerability or bug which might be fixed overnight: instead, it exploits very basic and standard web features which are implemented everywhere and are unlikely to be removed any time soon.
07/15/2011 11:20:03 AM · #10
NoScript did not detect anything for me and also prior to posting the link I ran both Kaspersky and Malwarebytes and showed nothing dodgy.

I am also running FF 5.0

??

07/15/2011 11:20:52 AM · #11
Originally posted by daisydavid:

My NoScript filter for Firefox detected a clickjack with this link.

I'm also using NoScript, but it did not detect any problems.
07/16/2011 04:38:42 AM · #12
Thanks for the heads-up!
07/16/2011 01:16:45 PM · #13
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

So what's the difference between the full version and the Express version?

Added: Looked in the user guide and the only thing I could find was that the ability to do selective adjustments is restricted to the pro version.


Differences between Express and Pro versions.


Dave
07/16/2011 01:28:28 PM · #14
Thanks, never used it before. Guess it's worth a try.
07/16/2011 09:46:38 PM · #15
It seems to behave itself and work for me regardless of the NoScript notification, it's a good product and steep learning curve if that's what you want. Thanks for the link.
07/16/2011 10:12:24 PM · #16
If noScript detects nothing it's most likely your preferences setup.

noScript with the default settings blocks any interaction with the page.
07/16/2011 11:33:11 PM · #17
I downloaded and installed this, no problem. I strongly dislike the library aspect of how it works, but it seems to be a very good RAW processor. However...

Can anyone tell me how the heck I can just process an image and then either open in CS5 or save it to someplace outside of the danged libraries so I can then open it in CS5? This is driving me crazy.

R.
07/16/2011 11:44:08 PM · #18
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I downloaded and installed this, no problem. I strongly dislike the library aspect of how it works, but it seems to be a very good RAW processor. However...

Can anyone tell me how the heck I can just process an image and then either open in CS5 or save it to someplace outside of the danged libraries so I can then open it in CS5? This is driving me crazy.

R.


Go to the "output" button, looks kind of like a sun, and you see an "open with" dropdown box.
07/16/2011 11:46:03 PM · #19
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I downloaded and installed this, no problem. I strongly dislike the library aspect of how it works, but it seems to be a very good RAW processor. However...

Can anyone tell me how the heck I can just process an image and then either open in CS5 or save it to someplace outside of the danged libraries so I can then open it in CS5? This is driving me crazy.

R.


Robert, you can set all that up in the "Output" area. It's the 9th icon in from the left...the gear icon. Use the drop down menus to set an output path and file type along with naming conventions etc.

In the same place you can select your "Open With" application...such as CS5.

After you set up those variables you click the "Process" button on the bottom right of the panel and you should be good to go.

Dave
07/17/2011 12:44:12 AM · #20
Having trouble getting it installed, but it's not the software. I have some odd issues with the windows installer and have had problems with other stuff as well. Need to hunker down and get this solved.
07/17/2011 12:48:21 AM · #21
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Having trouble getting it installed, but it's not the software. I have some odd issues with the windows installer and have had problems with other stuff as well. Need to hunker down and get this solved.


What kind of errors have you been getting when you try to install this and the other programs?
07/17/2011 12:53:24 AM · #22
Installs and uninstalls fail. But not everything. I've finally gotten enough error messages to realize it is only with programs that use the Windows installer service. If they use their own procedures everything is fine. Been going on for some time now, but only recently narrowed down where it is coming from. I may need to do a system repair from the install disk.

Or I may just wipe my unused Vista partition and do a clean Win7 install on that drive. Start fresh again.

Message edited by author 2011-07-17 00:55:13.
07/17/2011 01:10:23 AM · #23
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Installs and uninstalls fail. But not everything. I've finally gotten enough error messages to realize it is only with programs that use the Windows installer service. If they use their own procedures everything is fine. Been going on for some time now, but only recently narrowed down where it is coming from. I may need to do a system repair from the install disk.

Or I may just wipe my unused Vista partition and do a clean Win7 install on that drive. Start fresh again.


Do you have Service Pack 1 installed? If not it might be work trying to update to see if it corrects your Windows Installer issue.

I know you can manually download the latest Windows Installer from Microsoft, but I think you may find some troubleshooting techniques in this thread. There are sections dependent on your OS etc.

How to troubleshoot problems that may occur when you install, uninstall, or upgrade a program on a Windows-based computer

Obviously a clean install is always nice, but getting all your programs installed and set up the way you want takes time. At least it does for me since I'm so methodical. I would check out that thread to see if anything can be fixed before doing that. It might be an easy fix.

Dave

07/17/2011 01:13:01 AM · #24
Casey is free!!
07/17/2011 01:20:23 AM · #25
Originally posted by ozerad:

Casey is free!!


Yeah, did you mistake this thread for your twitter account? LOL....shrugs...
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