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Old 08-19-2018, 07:20 AM   #31
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If I was using Premiere Pro or Final Cut, I would download a control surface app on my iPad. Since I run Resolve, I will eventually get either the DaVinci or the Tangent surface. The Tangent is cheaper, but the DaVinci is designed specifically for Resolve.
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It's the artist, not the brush that counts. Knowing what button to push is worthless without practicing the theories of editing regardless of software.

Just edit. Little things like devices don't make anyone a better editor.
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It's the artist, not the brush that counts. Knowing what button to push is worthless without practicing the theories of editing regardless of software.

Just edit. Little things like devices don't make anyone a better editor.
True, but they can make you a more efficient one. Better tools simply allow the artist to realize his/her vision quicker/smoother/easier, hence better. I anticipate my new (to me) DaVinci Resolve Panel will make bumbling my way through Fusion's motion graphics much less painful. As a bonus, I can use it for color grading and editing.
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