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    Question Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Anyone got some advice whether it's safe for CO8P to upgrade to OSX Yosemite ?

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Works fine - no problems.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I agree - although I have not upgraded my MacPro because I'm cautious, I have updated my Retina and can find no problems so far.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Had an issue with tethering, reinstalled C1 and looks to work fine.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Just for clarity Yosemite is definitely NOT supported by C1 yet.

    Capture One Yosemite Warning

    Support should come in the next few weeks.

    As you'd expect your mileage in an unsupported configuration (i.e. OSX 10.10) can vary anywhere from "works perfectly" to "crashes non stop". But unless you like bleeding I suggest staying away from the cutting edge.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Doug, thank you - point taken.
    But really - life is too short ...

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I can not make printing profiles with my ColorMunki after updating to Yosemite. There was supposed to be a new ColorMunki software correction for Yosemite released today, but didn't happen and may not for quite awhile according to Xrite support.
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    "Life is long enough if you know how to use it" - Cicero

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I wasn't thinking and updated my Air to Yosemite. Then forgot I have a tethered commercial shoot next week. Oops.

    So far so good tethered with my D800.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    As mentioned above, I went with Yosemite on my MacBook but left Mavericks on my MacPro.

    I'm now very glad I did - I use Canon printers and neither will work with Yosemite. Canon has not issued any new drivers yet and have a reputation of being pretty slow to do so.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    As mentioned above, I went with Yosemite on my MacBook but left Mavericks on my MacPro.

    I'm now very glad I did - I use Canon printers and neither will work with Yosemite. Canon has not issued any new drivers yet and have a reputation of being pretty slow to do so.
    Bill,

    Drivers are available now for most of the iPF printers (I use a Canon iPF6100) that are compatible with Yosemite. See also my reply to Dan in the printer forum which has a link to download a supplemental system file that must be used if you are printing from Adobe Lightroom or CS.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    COPENHAGEN, November 19, 2014

    Phase One released Capture One 8.0.2

    This software update includes new OS support, bug fixes, stability improvements,
    plus camera and lens support as follows:

    OS support
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite

    Camera support
    • Improved file support for Nikon D810
    • File support for Nikon D750, D3300 and P340
    • File support for Canon 7D Mark II
    • File support for Leica T (Typ 701) and C (Typ 112)
    • File support for Panasonic GM1
    • File support for Samsung NX30

    Lens support
    • Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4
    • Zeiss Otus 85mm f1.4
    • Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED
    • Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro

    Bug fixes
    • Fixed an issue with capturing to EIP
    • Fixed a number of issues related to naming tokens
    • Fixed an issue with Nikon D810 and capture counter
    • Fixed some stability issues
    • Fixed 98 other bugs
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Whoa! Hold your horses ....

    Phase One has released Capture One 8.0.2, the second update to Capture One 8 so far. It provides OS support, bug fixes, stability improvements, camera and lens support.

    We are still testing 8.0.2 and will provide an update when we believe it is stable on Yosemite. We recommend NOT updating yet.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Is anybody running this combo yet? Is your first impression that it is a stable update?

    thanks.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Whoa! Hold your horses ....
    That's our generic better-safe-than-fast advice. We (DT) don't like to recommend software which we ourselves have not yet thoroughly tested. Chances are very good that 2-3 days from now we will clear it for our clients.

    You're of course welcome to upgrade before we (DT) have given it our stamp of approval.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    While investigating about any other potential issue before moving to Yosemite with my main computer I found that my Eizo monitor might probably have a problem.Quoting from the Eizo site:"...OS was not correctly applying the gamma value designated by ColorNavigator. EIZO is requesting Apple to address this. At this time we recommend ColorEdge users wait for further developments before upgrading their OS."
    This is something not strictly related to Capture One but I guess is anyhow of interest to many in this community.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    So far, so good on C1 Pro. I am getting a graphics card error on my MBP Retina since the Yosemite upgrade, but this is not just in C1, I have seen it pop up in different apps including Safari. Could be just a hardware issue.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I am running Yosemite 10.10.1 and C1 8.0.2 on a late 2013 Mac Pro 3GHz 8 core with 64 GB of memory and dual D700 graphics processors reading and writing to a Pegasus-2 using a 6-way stripe
    I have Eizo Colornavigator and have turned off the gamma reset warnings as I believe them to be benign.
    The issues with machine lockup using C1 with openCL enabled seem to be gone as have the processing irregularities of "speckled" processed files.
    Quick performance comparison using 100 D810 uncompressed files to time processing.

    Acceleration "never":
    full size jpeg - 2.37 sec/file
    1200 px long edge jpeg - 0.58 sec/file

    Acceleration "Auto"
    full size jpeg - 0.9 sec/file
    1200 px long edge jpeg - 0.4 sec/file

    seems much more better now.
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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I've been running 8.0 (and now 8.0.2) on Yosemite for a month or so on my MacBook Retina with no problems at all. (Still using Mavericks on my Mac Pro because I print from it and Canon hasn't updated my printer driver for Yosemite.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    That's our generic better-safe-than-fast advice. We (DT) don't like to recommend software which we ourselves have not yet thoroughly tested. Chances are very good that 2-3 days from now we will clear it for our clients.

    You're of course welcome to upgrade before we (DT) have given it our stamp of approval.
    Doug -

    Any idea when COP8 will support the new Leica D-Lux Type 109? My Nikon FF DSLRs are supported, but I am waiting to switch over to Capture One when I can get support for my little Leica!

    Thanks,

    Vic

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Quote Originally Posted by vicfei View Post
    Doug -

    Any idea when COP8 will support the new Leica D-Lux Type 109? My Nikon FF DSLRs are supported, but I am waiting to switch over to Capture One when I can get support for my little Leica!

    Thanks,

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    Support for new cameras is added anywhere from several weeks to several months from the release of the camera. The exact timeline depends on how much work is required, how much demand there is for it, how easy it is to get one to the test facility (every supported camera is tested and profiled from real shooting), and where C1 is in it's release cycle when all this happens.

    I think LR just released their support 2 or so weeks ago for this camera.

    Here are a list of the currently supported Leica cameras:
    M Typ 240, M Typ 220, M-Monochrom, X2, X1, X Vario, M9, M8, V-Lux 4, D-Lux 6, D-Lux 5, D-Lux 4, Digilux 3, Digital Module R for R8 and R9 cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Support for new cameras is added anywhere from several weeks to several months from the release of the camera. The exact timeline depends on how much work is required, how much demand there is for it, how easy it is to get one to the test facility (every supported camera is tested and profiled from real shooting), and where C1 is in it's release cycle when all this happens.

    I think LR just released their support 2 or so weeks ago for this camera.

    Here are a list of the currently supported Leica cameras:
    M Typ 240, M Typ 220, M-Monochrom, X2, X1, X Vario, M9, M8, V-Lux 4, D-Lux 6, D-Lux 5, D-Lux 4, Digilux 3, Digital Module R for R8 and R9 cameras.
    Thanks Doug - based on their past performance of supporting Leica D-Lux cameras, I assumed that they would support the Type 109 - just didn't know when. The LR support of the Leica that just came out is not one of their best, which tipped the scales for me to consider a move to C1.

    Vic

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Just an FYI, I updated the Epson 3880 drivers for Yosemite. There are two listed, 9.17 and 9.33. The latter gave me weird cyan instead of blue, so I tried to back up to 9.17. That works color wise, but the system keeps yelling at me that I need to install something, though it won't say what.

    Trying to do a restore from time machine. Grrrrr.

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    I have found some issues with the interaction of C1 and Media Pro on Yosemite. If you ask MP to send a file over to C1, it usually fails to send. I confirmed the issue with Phase and was told there will be an update to MP to address this.

    Also, at times video files fail to play in MP in Yosemite.

    Thanks, Steve

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    Re: Yosemite & CO8P: is it safe yet ?

    Quote Originally Posted by scatesmd View Post
    I have found some issues with the interaction of C1 and Media Pro on Yosemite. If you ask MP to send a file over to C1, it usually fails to send. I confirmed the issue with Phase and was told there will be an update to MP to address this.

    Also, at times video files fail to play in MP in Yosemite.

    Thanks, Steve
    Very true. At this point C1 is safe on Yosemite but MP is not.
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