Extra steps to show new rendering

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OldRadioGuy
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Extra steps to show new rendering

Post by OldRadioGuy » 15 Sep 18 15:51

Is there a better way to get a new jpeg version to appear adjacent to the original raw file thumbnail in PSu?

Now I:
1. In Folders, select the raw file thumbnail in PSu
2. Open the raw file in Capture One by clicking the C1 External Application button
3. Perform operations in C1 and export jpeg to original folder
4. In PSu, right-click on the folder, Verify Folder, and OK adding the new jpeg file
5. PSu now shows the new jpeg thumbnail, unsorted, at the bottom of the stack of thumbnails in the folder.

I have found no way to get a setting that puts the new file next to the other versions in this verify operation. To achieve that arrangement, I have been selecting another folder, then returning to the original folder, an extra step in the workflow.

Am I missing something here?
macOS High Sierra; 27-inch iMac, Retina 5K; Photo Supreme 4; DxO PhotoLab; Capture One 11; Affinity Photo 1.6.7

sanphotgn
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Re: Extra steps to show new rendering

Post by sanphotgn » 15 Sep 18 16:56

After your step 4, where you verify, would a Control-R (Reload) re-order the files?
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Stephen
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Re: Extra steps to show new rendering

Post by Stephen » 19 Sep 18 15:28

OldRadioGuy wrote:
15 Sep 18 15:51
Is there a better way to get a new jpeg version to appear adjacent to the original raw file thumbnail in PSu?
I put my C1 "processed" jpegs in a subfolder of the original location. If you navigate to the original folder an arrow will show on the left if that folder has subfolders. If you then click on the oval sign showing the number of files in the folder, it will also show the content of all subfolders.
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OldRadioGuy
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Re: Extra steps to show new rendering

Post by OldRadioGuy » 19 Sep 18 15:44

Stephen wrote:
19 Sep 18 15:28

I put my C1 "processed" jpegs in a subfolder of the original location...
Stephen, I'll try that. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Stephen
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Re: Extra steps to show new rendering

Post by Stephen » 19 Sep 18 18:13

You might also want to check the sort order. I usually have mine set by file name, which works well if you do not change the file name after processing.

This might also be complicated further if C1 writes back to the file, so switch that off. I've had some instances where PSu has sorted by description date, which had been changed for some reason. I never solved that issue and now I'm travelling so cannot check.
Never say never change, but using Mac since 2005. Photo Supreme 3.3.0.2605. I endorse the interoperability of files between applications and systems.

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