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November 21, 2012, 07:59 AM
It's just about a week to go in the CTRL+Console Kickstarter campaign for this cool non-linear editing control interface for iPhone and iPad. I posted about it a while back and one issue I had was that the lack of tactile control on an iPad meant the demo had the editor looking away from the screen way too often to look at the iPad. But a recent update lists out a number of gestures that will accomplish tasks without looking down at the screen. Now we’re talking.#apple#iphone#ipad#ctrl#console#kickstarter
November 20, 2012, 08:06 AM
If you've ever worked in linear tape-to-tape editing, there’s a good chance you’ve dealt with an edit controller device that has jog or shuttle wheels. With everything being software based now, many have simply reassigned to a keyboard the tasks that used to be associated with a console. Well, short of buying an expensive console to interface with your NLE or remembering dozens of keyboard shortcuts, what's a video editor to do?#ctrl#console#app
November 8, 2012, 08:09 PM
This week Gordon talks to Jeff Chow, the founder of CTRL+Console. They discuss the new Kickstarter that Jeff is running in hopes to build his interface for editing on the iPad. Click here to check out their Kickstarter...#iphone#ipad#ipod#ctrl#console#kickstarter#controle#app
November 5, 2012, 09:20 AM
This is a very cool looking Kickstarter campaign that popped up a few days ago. CTRL+Console is an iOS-based non-linear editing controller that looks to be built from the ground up specifically for the task of video editing. The interface looks quite futuristic and well designed but unfortunately its downfall might be the iPad itself.#iphone#ipad#control#ctrl#console#ios#kickstarter
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