I noticed that Skylum is now working with LoupeDeck to support Aurora and eventually Luminar.
LoupeDeck costs $175 - $210 for a glorified midi controller. You can do a better service for your users by modifying Midi2LR, which currently supports only Lightroom, to support Luminar/Aurora. Midi2lr is open source software and as thus, using the open source code allows for a convenient code base to start porting from. That done any midi controller including the $49 Behringer X-Touch Mini, which I currently use with Midi2lr for LR editing, can be used to provide 100% the same functionality of LoupeDeck and more! Also Midi2lr supports multiple, switchable profiles so you can use one system for all three applications, thus Midi2lr/lm/au, all for lot less than the price of LoupeDeck. Watch this YouTube video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5pwbY3_-Ek; then please consider providing Luminar/Aurora users an intuitive, totally functional, truly cost effective solution. Forum members, if you see value in this solution, please add you voice and request Skylum support this.
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