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Edited photos in Photoshop do not show up in Capture one

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Jan 20, 2024 Jan 20, 2024

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Hello everyone! 

 

Yesterday I have updated Photoshop to version 25.1.0.  Now, when i save edited photos in photoshop, they do not show up in capture one. Usually, they automatically have shown up as TIFF files in capture one. But now nothing happens. 

 

Does anybody know , maybe I need to change something in settings?

 

( I send images to photoshop through "edit with" function in capture one)

 

Thank you 

 

 

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If you're experiencing an issue where edited photos in Photoshop do not show up in Capture One, there are a few potential reasons for this. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can follow:

  1. Save Changes in Photoshop:

    • Ensure that you have saved your changes in Photoshop before trying to import the photos into Capture One. If the changes are not saved, Capture One won't be able to detect them.
  2. File Format Compatibility:

    • Check if the file format you used in Photoshop is supported by Capture One. Both programs generally support common formats like JPEG and TIFF, but there could be issues with less common formats or specific settings.
  3. File Location:

    • Verify that the edited photos are in a location that Capture One is monitoring. Make sure that the folder containing the edited photos is part of the folders that Capture One is set to watch for new images.
  4. Metadata and Sidecar Files:

    • Ensure that the metadata and sidecar files associated with the edited photos are compatible. Capture One may rely on metadata to identify changes made in external editors.
  5. Refresh/Reimport in Capture One:

    • Try refreshing or reimporting the folder in Capture One. Sometimes, the software may not automatically detect changes, and a manual refresh or reimport may be necessary.
  6. Color Space and Bit Depth:

    • Confirm that the color space and bit depth settings in Photoshop match those in Capture One. Mismatched settings could lead to compatibility issues.
  7. Restart Capture One:

    • Close and restart Capture One. This can sometimes resolve issues with file detection and synchronization.
  8. Check for Updates:

    • Ensure that both Photoshop and Capture One are up to date. Software updates may include bug fixes and improvements that could address compatibility issues.
  9. Preferences and Settings:

    • Review the preferences and settings in both Photoshop and Capture One. There may be specific settings related to external editing or file compatibility that need adjustment.
  10. Contact Support:

    • If the issue persists, consider reaching out to the support teams for both Photoshop and Capture One. They may be able to provide specific guidance based on the details of your setup.

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