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What does it mean and how is it used throughout the program? This tutorial blog shows you all aspects of the term Variant and how you can use it to your benefit. Get ready for Capture One Variants! Easy as that. In Capture One you can adjust that variant, give it a rating, and export it.

A second image you open in Capture One is another variant. Now you can copy adjustments from one variant to the other. And you can export both at the same time. For now, just remember that Capture One links an image file with a set of possible adjustments, a preview, and a thumbnail. This set is called a variant. OK, child play. Next step, please. Here starts the magic coming in.

A New Variant is a new version of a variant you already have. What happens when I create a new variant? Is the image file copied? Is a new preview file generated? Is a new but empty set of adjustments made? So a New Variant is the same single image file, same single preview file, but with its own set of adjustments.

It looks as a new image in Viewer and Browser. You can treat it as a separate image and adjust, rate and export it independently. In the example shown above you see one image file name beneath four different variants in the Browser.

Variants three and four are selected and displayed in the Viewer. Note that you can change the order of variants by dragging or using the promote, demote and pick commands. Right-click on the thumbnail or pay the Image menu a visit. How About Cloning? Same trick, different spell. Note that they are two variants from a total of four of a single image file.

For a fast workflow you often like to work with a selection of images, which are actually a selection of variants some may be new or cloned. Such a selection is often just a subset of an entire folder or album with many more variants. Now Capture One comes with a new term, the Primary Variant! No need to be scared. With only one variant selected, you automatically have your Primary Variant selected. The Primary Variant is always in the action. Whatever you do, the Primary takes the heat.

Whether you adjust, rate or export to name a few , the Primary Variant is affected. With more variants selected, only one is the Primary and the remaining are the other selected variants. The other variants have a thin bright line in the Browser around them. The Viewer also plays the game along with the Browser. With only one variant selected in the Browser, it is business as usual in the Viewer. Multi View or Primary View. Sounds complicated? In Multi View mode all selected images are shown, to a maximum of 12, in the Viewer.

The Primary Variant has a white border. In Primary View mode only the Primary Variant of your selection is shown. Now Primary Is King? What does this distinction mean in Capture One? To explain, I will make three remarks. First, as I told you, the Primary Variant is always in the action. Whatever you do, the Primary is affected. When you move the sliders of a tool or change a value, it only affects the Primary, not the Other Variants.

This way you can individually adjust an image within a selection; you do not have to break up a selection. So the Primary is the source, and the Other variants are the target.

Therefore, select your Primary carefully within a selection when you copy adjustments. Third, actions like delete, export, move, and clone affect all selected variants equally. Also when you apply a preset or style predefined adjustments , all variants are affected equally.

This allows you to export or move just a single variant while retaining a selection, or apply a preset to only one variant: Ever Wanted to Compare? In a serie of similar images you like to select the best, as quickly as possible. You can display up to twelve variants in the Viewer, but Capture One has another trick up its sleeve: Where the Primary is King, the Compare Variant is the Queen for sure, having the beauty and the cleverness.

Now browse through your images. The Compare Variant remains seated on its throne left in the Viewer , not moving, until you find a better one while browsing. You really have to see this. Seeing is believing! Take a deep breath and take a rest. You made it. Thank You for reading. Please feel free to leave a comment.

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