In December, Capture One announced that they were ditching their annual release cycle, changing its perpetual license model and switching primarily to a subscription model with more frequent releases. It’s a good compromise between only offering infrequent updates vs the lifelong subscription model of companies like Adobe and Autodesk. Capture One was offering the best of both worlds.
The only question that remained was over the announced “Loyalty Program” (or “Loyalty Scheme”, as it was called then) for Capture One users. The details hadn’t been published yet, although we knew it would be replacing the standard upgrade pricing system available under previous versions. Well, now, Capture One has published exactly what it all means and how it impacts you, the user.