We have arrived at the final part of this series: the script! This is a simplified extract of the full installer application I made, as it is simply far too big to break down into a single tutorial. Instead, I have made a fully functional version of the useful part, which does most of the heavy lifting and annoying bit – adding the shortcuts to a set of installed scripts. Prep: Quit C1. Make a folder in ~/Library/Scripts/Capture One/Scripts/ (For my example today: ~/Library/Scripts/Capture One/Scripts/Apply Latitude) Copy your scripts into this folder… Read More
I was just about to conclude the the shortcuts series and getting to the point, when I realised I may have approached the flow of this project ass-backwards, as there are a lot of other moving parts that make this whole endeavour more relevant if understood first. So, if you have never done this stuff before I should probably ALSO write about these other things. So, to frame this properly and hopefully make this a more, rounded and useful experience, there are two other topics to dig into. Each of these is… Read More
There are a few ways to have a script execute and “do its thing” with Capture One. From easiest to hardest: Simple: Copy the script to the CO scripts folder. Simple scripts can be run straight from Capture One’s application script folder. Once installed, these will appear as a menu item in Capture One and is executed by selecting it like any other menu item (this method works well if you want to shortcut your scripts, as per the shortcuts article here). To use this framework: Open the scripts folder from inside… Read More
In part 1 I ended with the idea of using this in to some AppleScript routines but hit a number of design issues with the syntax: Writing everything as a single list is not ideal for scalable or re-useable code. The syntax doesn’t really lend itself to scripting routines The big list was a LOT of escaped text and a pain to edit The main problem – the methodology if run again (say for another project) would replace any existing shortcuts, rather than appending. Less than ideal for building or adding to… Read More
I’ve had this idea for ages to remote control more of Capture One from the iPhone/iPad – more specifically have my scripting run when I call it from the phone. With COVID in full force, more remoting options are good things and so I thought I’d write this up! I was messing around for ages with an app called Entangler. This let you make launcher-widgets on the phone, which fired AppleScripts on a target mac through one’s iCloud account. I used this to run session setups remotely and get reports on the… Read More
Use shell to set up advanced shortcuts in Capture One…
Easy Tethering to 10m and beyond!