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Premiere Pro 2018 Tangent Ripple

New Here ,
Oct 25, 2017 Oct 25, 2017

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Is anyone having an issue with Tangent Ripple panel not working on Basic Correction tab, curves tab, and vignette tab?

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New Here , Oct 26, 2017 Oct 26, 2017

Windows 10 - it's resolved.  I think that it was a local machine issue.  My edit machine has been very temperamental lately.  One of the odd parts was that the HUD wasn't showing anything in the Basic, Curves, and vignettes tabs and the ripple wasn't responding but it was working on two other tabs.  I un-installed and re-installed the Tangent Hub/Mapper software and it self corrected.

Thanks for the response!

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LEGEND ,
Oct 25, 2017 Oct 25, 2017

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Actually, both my Ripple and Elements panels are working great ... except for I've got to check the mapping, as they seem to have reset my Tangent mapping controls back to the "standard" setup. And I've had some modifiers, so I should open the mapper and check.

Not a lot I ever do in Curves with the Ripple, and I don't often use the vignette ... but in checking, the controls work as expected.

What's your OS? I'm Win10.

Neil

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Windows 10 - it's resolved.  I think that it was a local machine issue.  My edit machine has been very temperamental lately.  One of the odd parts was that the HUD wasn't showing anything in the Basic, Curves, and vignettes tabs and the ripple wasn't responding but it was working on two other tabs.  I un-installed and re-installed the Tangent Hub/Mapper software and it self corrected.

Thanks for the response!

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Engaged ,
Jan 28, 2024 Jan 28, 2024

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I once owned the Tangent Ripple and sold it because I switched the NLE and it was not supported. Now I think to buy it again. Does it work well in Premiere? Any bugs in the latest version? Are there any other reasonably priced small hardware solutions? Do you use it in the basic correction tab of the lumetri panel or in the "three ball" tab to match the ripple? 🙂 Which works best? Do you use it often?

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LEGEND ,
Jan 29, 2024 Jan 29, 2024

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I've answered at length in the other thread you asked this on. I'll add that comment here.

 

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None whatever.

 

Tangent has expanded the options and functions for working within Premiere also. Limiting a Ripple, Wave, or Elements panel in Premiere to color use is near criminal to my mind. Certainly qualifies as "certifiable" ... !

 

You can map them to do any resizing/positioning/rotating work, of any screen element. Whether rotating a video track, a graphics element, whatever.

 

You can use them for audio mixing.

 

Replace your mouse by using the balls as a trackball for the mouse cursor, the buttons for mouse buttons. Have one at low resolution for fast movement, one at high for precise small movements.

 

All sorts of things. Amazing production tools.

 

And in color ... mix and match panels so at any one time, you're controlling the things you want grouped together.

 

My "color wheels" mapping for my Elements panel has the three wheels/rings/button unit mapped normally. But my 12 buttons on the Kb section have most of the Basic tab controls along with the Creative tab's Saturation and the ... um ... low-sat tool, forgot the flipping name. I just use the panel while looking at scopes or image, without looking at it or the program itself ...  😉

 

And while on the Wheels setting for my Elements, I can tap the Alternate button, and the left is the Creative Tab's Shadow Tint, right is Highlight Tint, and right ring is the pivot slider between them. I do a lot of my WB and shadow cast corrections that way.

 

On the Ripple, which I normally use with the laptop, I also "do my own thang" all over the unit. Such as running many controls in a 'joined' manner.

 

My "Basic Tab mapping has Exposure as the vertical motion of the left ball, Contrast as the right motion of that ball. With one finger I'm working both, and with or against each other.

 

The right ball is Whites (v) and Highlights (h). The middle ball is chroma contrast ... Sat (v) and that low-sat control (h).

 

Tap Alternate ... left ball is Shadow Tint, right is Highlight Tint, middle is Basic tab WB.

 

That's just the type of thing I do. And the Elements mapping for Basic is similar to my Ripple mapping.

 

The things are incredibly fast and easy to use. I HATE when I don't have one available, which though rare, does happen.

 

And now that they have an amazing ability to use specialized software they provide to allow for USER control of the panels within Resolve, the Elements and Ripples work both apps under user control. Which I am beyond pleased with. 

 

Unfortunately, the Waves don't work with the alternate software in Resolve ... but then I don't have one anyway.

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