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    Did Capture One get painfully slow with the new version?

    Seems like its back to its slow self from several versions ago. The UI is super slow. Beach ball every time I grab a slider or do anything.

    Anyone else have this experience?

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    Re: Did Capture One get painfully slow with the new version?

    I've noticed that a few times with older sessions. Try nuking the session file and let it rebuild itself. Seemed to work for me.
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    Re: Did Capture One get painfully slow with the new version?

    It needs to update/upgrade cache files when opening a session in a new version for the first time. That can reduce performance dramatically. If that's not the issue then Jack's suggestion to nuke the session file is right, though you should first try to delete the Capture One > Cache folder within the folder containing the raws and then letting it redraw the cache files.

    Let us know your results Jeffrey!

    I'd also be interested to know if the EIP format has any use for you since you shoot so much architecture.

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    Re: Did Capture One get painfully slow with the new version?

    Thanks Doug! I'll give that a try.

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    Re: Did Capture One get painfully slow with the new version?

    I don't do new sessions like most folks do but I did get rid of the default and start fresh and it picked up a touch in speed.
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