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Palette Gear soon to support Capture One 11

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I just received access to the new Beta version of Palette Gear's new software that properly supports controlling Capture One 11.

 

Palette Gear is a set of programmable buttons, knobs and sliders which can be mapped to replace keyboard commands in mostly video, sound and photography software. They aren't necessary as such, but I prefer using them to my keyboard when I have a lot of photo or video editing.

 

Here's the video that I think is of the old beta, which didn't support the sliders. That has been remedied in the new version.

 

Since Adobe seems to be pushing everyone into their Lightroom subscription, I decided to buy Capture One. I heard about it on Thorsten Overgaard's blog. I used his code to get 10% off – AMBOVERGAARD.

 

To get access to the Palette Gear Capture One beta you need to 'Submit a ticket' and Andy will probably send you a link to download the beta.

 

For the record, I have no connection, financial or otherwise, to any of these companies.

 

 

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I love Pallete Gear for post processing, it’s not perfect but it’s amazing to be able to make adjustments without having to look at what control I am using.

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