Chances are whenever you walk into a serious color suite anywhere around the world, you will find a color control surface or set of color control panels. They provide tactile control over on-screen parameters. In this video, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer walk you through the benefits of using one of the Tangent control surfaces.
- Pat, now that we understand what a control surface is…and what it does, let's explore some of the control surfaces…that work with DaVinci Resolve,…and I think a good place to start…is with the Tangent surfaces.…- Yeah, tangent surfaces are a great place to start…because they offer you a variety of different surfaces…at a bunch of different price points…and a bunch of different form factors.…Now we've got here two control surfaces…of the three you're likely to buy from Tangent--…- Actually four because they do have an iPad app…that operates as a virtual control surface--…- A virtual control surface.…
Now the one that's missing is the Tangent Wave,…which is kind of a step between the smaller one here,…the Ripple, and the big one here,…which is the Element. - Correct.…- Well let's start with the Ripple,…and we'll work our way up and talk about the Wave,…and then finally get to the Element.…So the Tangent Ripple's actually the newest introduction…to the Tangent family of products,…and this surface I think was largely brought about…
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