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What is apHUB?
apHUB is a suite of Applescripts, that transform Aperture into your central hub for storing your images and sending their master (RAW or JPEG) with a single keystroke to other image editors (currently Capture One, DxO OpticsPro in development) and getting them back with full behind-the-scenes handling of the external settings and mask files. Thus the whole process is non-destructive.
With the combination of apHUB, Aperture and Capture One and/or DxO OpticsPro you have an integrated Photo management and editing suite that is far superior to any currently existing single Photo management application!
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I just installed apHUB (now that I've got Capture One Pro working well!). The installation procedure is easy, but I had a little trouble with this instruction in the Read Me: "Open apHUB.cosessiondb within the Capture One folder".
Suggestion: tell users WHICH Capture One folder this refers to. At first I thought you might be referring to the folder within: ~/Library/Application Support/Capture One—but it wasn't there.
Then I remembered that by default, C1 stores its library in the ~/Pictures/Capture One folder. That's the one you were referring to.
I suspect that I'm not the only user who stores both the C1 and Aperture libraries somewhere other than the default Pictures folder.
That said, launching apHUB.cosessiondb successfully opened Capture One and created a new session as you expected.