matt at mysticworks.com
Sat May 1 17:00:59 CEST 2021
I see a lot of apps there in their implementations list that I use
regularly: FinalCut, Logic, Illustrator and Photoshop top the list.
I am mainly looking at it for final cut and as a left hand tool for AI
and PS. Shannon does a lot of video editing with Echo now and they don't
use keyboard shortcuts really, so it might be nice there too.
On 5/1/21 9:31 AM, Martin Naef wrote:
> Hi M@
> I was tempted by the Loupedeck CT multiple times, mainly because I
> wanted a good jog wheel for video editing. I ended up passing because
> I felt I would probably still need to switch hands frequently between
> the Loupedeck and the keyboard, and memorizing the most important key
> shortcuts would be easy enough (and I don’t need to take my eyes off
> the screen for the keyboard). I ended up buying a Logitech Craft
> wireless keyboard as needed a keyboard anyway – that solved the
> missing jog-wheel problem. I might reconsider that some day – though
> the missing support for DaVinci Resolve would be an annoyance as I
> need that tool regularly now to post-process the recordings from
> live-streaming sessions using the Blackmagic Atem Mini Pro ISO.
> What is your use case?
> *From:*music-bar <music-bar-bounces at lists.music-bar.org> *On Behalf Of
> *Matt Picone
> *Sent:* Samstag, 1. Mai 2021 02:50
> *To:* Music-bar <music-bar at lists.music-bar.org>
> *Subject:* LoupeDeck
> Any experience with this?
> https://loupedeck.com/en <https://loupedeck.com/en>
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