Hold off from updating to Mac OS 10.15.2!!!

10 months 6 days ago - 10 months 6 days ago #669282 by Nikon Shooter
I just got this via [email protected] from Capture One

"Hold off from updating your Mac OS to 10.15.2, as it will hinder the
tethering functionality in Capture One 12.1.4 and Capture One 20.0.

We're working on a fix as fast as possible. If you've already updated,
please consult Apple Support to find how to revert to an older version
of Mac OS in the meantime."

Regarding tethering and Mac OS 10.15.2 (Catalina)
We are aware of the issues surrounding tethering in Capture One 12.1.4
and Capture One 20.0 when running on Mac OS 10.15.2.

There is currently no workaround for this issue and the only solution we
can provide is that you re-install Mac OS to a previous version.

We are working incredibly hard on a fix to try and rectify this issue that
has arisen with the latest Mac OS update.

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10 months 5 days ago #669383 by Ted Baker
Seems like this update isn't playing well with a number of programs.  I've heard this from the FCPX techs and others.  


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10 months 4 days ago #669406 by EOS Man
The new OS is super bad for a release.  Apple should have held onto that one a little longer before setting it free.  

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10 months 20 hours ago #669875 by effron
OK then....

Why so serious?
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