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    C1& LCC

    Apologies if this has been covered before, but I have two questions about using LCC I'm hoping some can help with.
    1. Is there a way to name an LCC? Used to be I could do this, but ever since I upgraded to the version just before the newest release the LCC shots are just naed LCC.
    2. How can I tell which LCC was applied to a specific image?
    I am using a tech cam and tend too shoot my 3 shifted LCCs at anytime during a venue when he light is not right or something unwanted enters the scene (like a car). Also I usually shift so that my images are taken from left to right. Sometimes I mess up the LCC exposures and do them right to left. There seems to be no way to label them after calibration.
    Thanks in advance for any guidance,
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    Re: C1& LCC

    With C1 7 you can save your LCCs as presets and name them. I use this a lot for standard set ups and given them names like 23HR f/8, 35XL f/11 10R etc etc
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    Re: C1& LCC

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    With C1 7 you can save your LCCs as presets and name them. I use this a lot for standard set ups and given them names like 23HR f/8, 35XL f/11 10R etc etc
    Thanks Graham. My problem is each setup is pretty unique as degrees of tilt, rise/fall, aperture, mm shift L or R. Way too many combinations, especially with tilt and/or swing thrown in.

    I could create a "standard" for each variation as I take the image, but that may get unmanageable quickly because these standard LCCs are available for all sessions.
    Thanks for sharing your process. Please let me know if I am misunderstanding something.
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    Re: C1& LCC

    Would renaming the file in C1 do what you want?

    When I apply an LCC the profile is the name of the file used
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    Re: C1& LCC

    Thanks Graham. That will work. Also I can see what file was used on an exposure as the LCC file.
    Much appreciated; just different than before when you could name the LCC and then pull it down as you now can do with saved, standard LCCs.
    Thanks again,
    Bob

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