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Steve Hendrix
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« on: April 27, 2009, 04:40:57 PM »
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No, there is not yet an iPhone mini-version of Capture One that doesn't require a computer also.

But there are some iPhone apps that allow for some functionality as long as a computer running Capture One is in the vicinity:


*Remote Capture One camera release control with iPhone

http://www.phaseone.com/HOME/Content/Suppo...mp;LanguageID=1

*Remote view of Capture One on iPhone

http://www.phaseone.com/HOME/Content/Suppo...mp;LanguageID=1


I have not actually tried the above iPhone apps yet, but I have tried an application called Fone2Mouse.

http://www.innerfour.com/iphone/


I installed Fone2Mouse on my iPhone, then installed a client to my laptop, dialed in an IP (via wireless connection) and voila' - I launched Capture One and began editing remotely - full control of the software with my iPhone.

For over-attended laptop/desktop situations, the above mentioned Remote Viewing via Mocha VNC will do the trick for viewing images away from the receiving computer.

I know it's not the non-computer, wireless solution many would like, but it would have its uses.


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