You will find in this project some mapping files to make MIDI2LR works with:
On my Photography Website, you will find some help for MIDI2LR and TouchOSC.
If you find some improvements to do, or would like to contribute a new mapping, please open an issue or send me a PR!
Note: all mappings have been moved to the MIDI2LR project directly. When you download MIDI2LR, there is a folder for all controller settings and you'll find a README plus some screenshots to show you how to setup TouchOSC with MIDI2LR
Here are some screenshots (not up to date) showing the virtual MIDI Controller that you will get on your tablet / phone.
Page 1: Basic
Page 2: Tone Curve / Black and White Mix
Page 3: HSL
Page 4: Split Toning / Details
Page 5: Lense Correction
Page 6: Transform / Effects
Page 7: Camera Calibration / Crop
Page 8: Local Adjustements
Every page has a footer with common controls for:
- Next photo
- Previous photo
- Copy settings
- Paste selected settings
- Undo / Redo
- Refresh the MIDI controller if they are not in SYNC with Lightroom
I do not use encoders: faders are more precise and usable on phones and tablets, but take more space and lead to a worse UI. Encoders are beautiful, but harder to use quickly.
On some devices, you might require the use of a stylus pen!
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