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advisiontv 11-15-2017 12:37 PM

Behringer X-Touch
 
I have just bought a Behringer X-Touch for audio mixing with Adobe Audition, and wondered if it would work in Edius as it has all the presets for the Behringer BCF2000 which is a similar unit. However, when it tries to load the presets, Edius just crashes.
I've even tried it without the unit connected and it crashes! Anyone else had this?

Rosco 12-22-2017 01:21 PM

Hi,

I would like to know what control faders are compatible with Edius too.

I can be editing with 7-12 audio tracks, sometime up to 20 and would prefer a piece of hardware as adjusting with a mouse is slow.

Thanks

John Hooper 12-22-2017 02:50 PM

Fairlight was supposed to be making hardware compatible with Edius.

Not sure if that is still the case. It was expensive.

http://www.content-technology.com/po...uction/?p=1277

Rosco 12-22-2017 07:54 PM

Hi John,

Just found the PYXIS.Mix - it is very expensive and only five faders. I am sure it is impressive but just too expensive. Comes in at around 2600.00

Anything similar to the Behringer BCF200 but smaller and neater.

Can any DAW be connected or does Edius only allow Behringer and Fairlight.

Thanks for your assistance.

Cheers

Ross

Liverpool TV 12-23-2017 08:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rosco (Post 303560)
Hi John,

Just found the PYXIS.Mix - it is very expensive and only five faders. I am sure it is impressive but just too expensive. Comes in at around 2600.00

Anything similar to the Behringer BCF200 but smaller and neater.

Can any DAW be connected or does Edius only allow Behringer and Fairlight.

Thanks for your assistance.

Cheers

Ross

Hi Ross & Matthew.

Edius only has limited support for certain controllers, there should be a list somewhere on the GV site, or maybe try a forum search just in case.

If anyone has an unsupported controller it's likely they already have a DAW of some description, which would be the usual purchase reason for a controller. For anything more than basic audio post on Edius, it's probably best to export the Edius audio and do the mix in a DAW, with full support for a controller. I know this is far from ideal, but it's a workaround that may work better than struggling in Edius.

Unfortunately, Edius doesn't have any learn or assign functions and doesn't have the typical communication options or standards/protocols that most DAWs and some NLEs have.

Cheers,
Dave.

JohnnyD 12-24-2017 08:09 PM

I still have a BFC2000 console that works great for Edius, but I'll probably sell it, as I'm mixing audio in Resovle with Fairlight. No contest. And decades old Fairlight consoles will work with Resolve/Fairlight. There are used Fairlight consoles out there.

Nothing wrong with a 8 track BFC2000 motorized console with Edius. But if you're a serious audio mixer that needs 8 to 32 or more tracks, you Need to go to Reslove/Fairlight.

Rosco 01-16-2018 08:51 PM

HI john,

Been busy away. Is the BCF easy to setup and get working. Just looking for a simple adder to use with my edius.

Thanks Ross

John Lewis 01-17-2018 09:00 AM

I use a bcf2000 and its very easy to set up
I posted setup on the forum that were supplied to me by AJL
It also works with Adobe and Vegas


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