Capture provides you with an initial profile ("MyProfile") to help get you started. However, you can also link to external profiles. You might want to do this if you are working on a project and have a profile that is saved to an external location that is specific to that project, or if you are sharing a profile with a team.
Do one of the following, depending on the part of the user interface you are using:
Ribbon Select the View ribbon. In the Tools section click the Profiles button .
More about ribbon options… Keep in mind that the smaller the application window becomes, the more the options in a ribbon shrink. Therefore, you might only see a small icon instead of text, or you might see only a section name displayed with a down arrow to access the options in it. You can hover over small icons to see tooltips that describe them. You can also enlarge the application window or click one of the section drop-downs in the ribbon to locate a hidden feature.
- Tool Strip Select View>Profiles.
- Standard Toolbar Click .
The Profiles Editor opens.
- In the local toolbar, click .
- In the Open dialog, find and select the profile you want to open.
- Click Open. The linked profile opens in the Profile Editor.
Note: Capture cannot auto-save images if a linked profile's output folder is set to another user's local directory. To ensure that your images are auto-saved, set linked profiles' output folders to a shared drive.
Note: If a palette
However, because any user can make changes, it is possible to easily overwrite a file with undesired edits. You may want to designate one team member to manage all edits to