What software are you using with your XenceLabs tablet?

I would like to reach out to you and ask; What software are you using with your Xencelabs Tablet? 


The reason for this is simple, we are wanting to know what software you ae using so we can look at better ways to help you use that software with our line of tablets.  This would include possibly adding more Pre-Set buttons for specific functions in applications. 


We also know that there are thousands of art type applications out there, beyond the Adobe, Corel and Autodesk applications and would like to see what you are using them in your work to create your works of art. 





I personally feel that Pen Tablet and Quick Keys are the perfect condonations for increasing your ability to produce more of what you are doing.


When you sit down in front of your computer to do what you do, how do you have your Quick Keys, Pen Tablet, and computer setup? Also, are you a music listener when you create, if you are what do you listen to?

 

@Mike McBride  I am using both, only for a week so far. I like that I could set a quick key to save, I save often and it is better not to have to cross all over the tablet to reach the save icon. I am still getting used to the zoom wheel, and not reaching for the keyboard. but I have been doing this for 27yrs, old habits are hard to break. lol will gladly answer any questions about the workflow, not sure what you want to know. 

Do you use both the Pen Tablet and Quick Keys with that application? I would enjoy hearing about your workflow! 


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Ned Graphics- Texcelle pro. it is a professional textile design program. I design rugs

Krita, Bamboo

Resolve, Affinity (x3), Directory Opus, VS Code, Zoom.us, Chrome and surely many more to come as needed


Also, on a global level, I have some shortcuts set up in AHK which gives even more flexibility. I can set up actions in AHK and get a hardware interface with labels to activate them. 


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Thanks for suggesting that, and I have sent it on to the Driver team to take a look at. 

Photoshop

Illustrator

Bridge

InDesign

Premiere Pro
After Effects
Acrobat DC

And mostly Chrome for several web applications. I don't use a secondary pointing device, so the tablet has to be functional for all. Which is why not having a single-click sensitivity setting makes my new medium tablet with slim pen less responsive than my previous Wacom Intuous 5 tablet. Clicks with the Xencelabs often require a longer click-and-hold than I should have to use.


Excellent, and thanks for sharing! 

Blender, Unity, Inkscape, OneNote

Blender, Affinity photo-designer-publisher, Xcode

Zbrush / Blender to Sculpt 

Substance Painter 

Photoshop 


curious use of the the remote key:  I setup youtube when I want analyze videos frame by frame 


I'm glad the last driver update fixed the issue of zoom/pan in Zbrush throught pen's button. 


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I use the Quick Keys Remoto on CaptureOne without a prob.
I also use the Quick Keys Remote as a camera remot through CaptureOne


You will need to discover what keyboard shortcuts are used to perform those actions. Some application make it very easy, and other make it almost impossible to set up short cuts for some of their actions.


I also look under File and Edit to see if a Shortcut menu is listed there that can be edited are accessed.

 

Photoshop
Capture One (got some issues with key translations)
Davinci Resolve (Although cant use some wheel featuers like color grading as there is no mapping)
Premiere Pro
After Effects


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