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    saw this fantastic idea to use a midi board for LR. is there an option to use a midi board to use with acdsee pro (any version)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i58JUXKtmp4

    im a simple bulk user for weddings. I use basic editing
    exposure
    lighting
    crop
    sharpening
    BW
    rotate
    PC
    repair
    dodge&burn
    WB color balance
    healing /clone brush

    but mostly do
    exposure
    lighting (shadows high mids)
    WB
    and convert to BW.

    would love a way to add quick presets/shortcts to do this. like a preset/button for 20% exposure, a preset/button for 30% exposure...and so forth so I can do a quick keyboard shortcut to add run these quickly on the images instead of going into exposure and moving the slider around. thats the most waste of time.

    the midi board saves from moving the mouse around. you can even do 2 knobs at a time. looking to make my editing faster for the repetitive tools I use.
    thank you

  • #2
    ok got nocturn board
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M68543e80D4

    well see when it comes in, I dont like lightroom but if its going to save me 15-20% time for editing then will leave acdsee pro alone for now.

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    • #3
      The easiest solution would be for Acdsee to provide keyboard shortcuts to adjust the sliders of at least the key settings (eg CTRl + E to decrease the exposure and CTRL+ R to increase it), and then use some software to map these combinations to the knobs of a controller.

      I describe it in this feature request: https://forum.acdsee.com/forum/main-...llers-can-work
      If you agree, you can say so in that feature request, to let Acdsee know

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