During Photokina 2018 we had a chance to talk to Andrew Coomber
from Loupedeck who shared with us some info on the new loupedeck+ which now supports not only image editing software (like Adobe Lightroom, Capture One, and Skylum Aurora HDR) but also video editing with Premiere Pro.
At the show, we had our first hands-on and highly intuitive Loupedeck plus keyboard (the new version released earlier in 2018) which includes over 22 dials as well as buttons, and sliders designed to improve your editing workflow.
The Loupedeck+ – now also a video editing keyboard
With the recent addition of Premiere Pro to the growing list of supported software (we are actually using it recently to edit all of our Photokina 2018 videos in Premiere Pro) the Loupedeck turned from a stills editing device to a stills/video editing platform and Andrew promised us that the company is working on expending the supported software list and it will soon include Photoshop as well (something that we know a lot of users have been asking for).
You can get the Loupedeck+ on Amazon for just under $250.
We will be publishing our own review of the Loupedeck+ later on this year with an emphasis on Premiere Pro.
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