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How to Install and Use Capture One Pro 20 on macOS

How to Install and Use Capture One Pro 20 on macOS

Capture One Pro 20 is a powerful photo editing software that offers superior image quality, lightning-fast tethered shooting, and precise editing tools. It supports nearly 600 camera models and lenses, and allows you to customize your interface for a faster workflow. In this article, we will show you how to install and use Capture One Pro 20 on macOS.


To install Capture One Pro 20 on macOS, you need to have a compatible system that meets the minimum or recommended requirements. Here are the system requirements for macOS:

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  • Intel Core i3 (1st generation) or higher

  • 8 GB of RAM or more

  • 10 GB of free hard disk space

  • Calibrated monitor with 1280x800, 24-bit resolution at 96dpi or higher

  • macOS 10.13, macOS 10.14, macOS 10.15, macOS 11.1 (macOS 11.1 is supported for builds up to 11.1.0)

  • Internet connection to run Capture One Live

If you have a system that meets these requirements, you can download the application from the Capture One website. Run the installer file and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. You will need to accept the license agreement and enter your license key or start a free trial.


Once you have installed Capture One Pro 20 on your Mac, you can launch it from the Applications folder or the Dock. You will see a welcome screen that gives you some options to get started. You can choose to:

  • Create a new catalog or session to organize your images

  • Open an existing catalog or session from your computer or an external drive

  • Import images from your camera, memory card, or folder

  • Watch tutorials and webinars to learn more about Capture One Pro 20

  • Access support and resources from the Capture One website

Capture One Pro 20 has a user-friendly interface that consists of four main areas: the toolbar, the viewer, the browser, and the tools. You can customize each area by adding, removing, or rearranging the tools and icons according to your preferences.

The toolbar contains icons for various functions and modes, such as import, export, crop, rotate, zoom, rating, color tag, etc. You can also switch between different workspaces that are optimized for different tasks, such as library management, tethered capture, color grading, etc.

The viewer displays the selected image or images in full size or as thumbnails. You can use the viewer to preview and compare your images before and after editing. You can also use gestures to zoom, pan, rotate, or swipe through your images.

The browser shows all the images in your current catalog or session. You can use the browser to navigate through your folders, albums, collections, or smart albums. You can also use filters and search tools to find specific images based on various criteria.

The tools are located on the right side of the interface and provide access to various editing parameters and adjustments. You can use the tools to adjust exposure, contrast, color balance, white balance, noise reduction, sharpening, lens correction, etc. You can also use layers and masks to apply local adjustments to specific areas of your image.

Capture One Pro 20 also offers a feature called Capture One Live that allows you to connect with other users and experts online. You can join live sessions where you can watch demonstrations of editing techniques, ask questions, get feedback, and share your work. 0efd9a6b88

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