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Pusher Labs Pfixer & TouchOSC for iPad

Discussion in 'Fuji X Post Processing' started by dpt2014, Dec 22, 2014.

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    A generous member on POTN gave me a tutorial about how to set this up months ago. I finally got around to starting my setup. Here is a rough iPhone video (please ignore the background noise, roommate was watching a movie - I recommend watching on mute).

    TouchOSC for iPad is $5. The trial for Pfixer is free for 15 days. I might just end up buying Pfixer ($100) at the end of the trial.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rt44iPV5b_Y&list=UUjV-j4Y7PVT8VgaHliliojg
     
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    You can configure TouchOSC any way you want. You can make the sliders/faders as large or as small as you want. Larger for potentially more precise control.
     
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    After a little more tinkering, this is how I now have the first page setup.

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    This looks interesting. I TouchOSC is instead of using the Behringer BCF2000 hardware Controller?

    Do you know if it can also work alongside the BCF2000? I've just downloaded it (it was only £2.99 and I do have another Computer I use less often) - so, if not, I'll try it when I get a chance. I bought both PFixer and their template overlay/sticker/thingie. So that makes most of the usage pretty obvious. But for some reason they don't directly support Noise and Sharpening. It's easy enough to add them. But there are no labels on the overlay - so it's slightly less intuitive. Clearly with TouchOSC you have been able to label the controls directly on the iPad. So that's a distinct improvement.
     
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    I don't know for sure that it will work alongside the BCF2000, but I don't have any reason to believe that it wouldn't.
     
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    Please may I ask how you set this up please I’d love to use this thanks :)
     
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    Thanks so very much
     

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