Palette Gear For Film Editing and Colour Grading
- Palette Gear can give you a tactile feel and versatile control over all your creative software.
- It works faster and more efficiently with any custom keyboard shortcuts and also a pre-built interaction.
- Download and share any profiles to edit with your Palette.
Palette Gear is truly a powerful and fun way to help you interact with all your favorite creative software in a new tactile manner making your life easy. Buttons, dials and sliders or faders can give you a new versatile way to adjust any keyboard, shortcut, or control part of your software’s such as adding and adjusting keyframes, effect’s parameters and even much more, through a pre-programmed functionality made for you.
What does Palette Gear mean in reality?
So, Imagine if you’re a Premiere Pro editor and are working on an cut and notice a shot needing a little exposure to lift. Instead of using the ood method by selecting the clip, now you can movie to the effects tab, simply dragging a Lumetri effect, moving to effects control panel, twirling down on the Lumetri option’s and start clicking on the exposure to adjust your setting, and you simply move your hands to a slider and move it up or down a little bit.
That’s what’s I think it is great about Palette Gear.
What is Palette Gear?
I first read about Palette Gear back when it was in it’s Kickstarter and it raised more than $150,000 to have it off the ground. Also, I included it in my round up of the Affordable Colour Grading Control Surfaces. So personally I was extremely happy to find a way to play with it.
Palette Gear is a modular control system that is comprised of four separate units that magnetically connects together into a number of combinations, all with an amazing and satisfying click. The build quality is just amazing and looks excellent. Each unit is just a delight to interact with. The arcade style buttons are just a great design choice. The dials have a satisfying weight to it and the sliders are gracefully fluid.