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DuetDisplay + iPadPro = Photo on a Wacom Cintiq Touch like experience

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This works incredibly well.

 

Nearly zero lag.

Connected via USB 2 port on MacPro 2008

 

Using Regular res to make image a tick bigger on iPadPro

 

Pen Pressure is supported.

 

Delivers smooth strokes without any UI screen artifacts

 

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Claas Kuhnen

 

 

 

 

Faculty Industrial Design  -  Chair Interior Design - Wayne State University

 

 

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Checked this Icon? Works also great on my Wacom Bamboo Pen&Touch 3rd Gen.

 

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Thank you Ben, but my problem isn't tablet pressure (It works fine with any Wacom device I own) but Apple Pencil pressure when using DuetDisplay on iPad Pro.

Cekuhnen said that pen pressure with DuetDisplay on iPadPro is supported, but I can't find a way to make it work... Moreover DuetDisplay website doesn't mention anything about it.


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Really? Mine doesn't work...

 

You need to set it up

 

  1. Put the Apple Pen into your iPad Pro using the lighting stick, remember bluetooth need to be turned on
  2. Try to use the Pen to check its work
  3. Step 3. Connect the iPad Pro to your computer and start Duet Display
  4. Step 4. Now you Apple Pen should work at the same time as the Duet Display

 

If this dosen't work I like to help fix the problem 

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You need to set it up

 

  1. Put the Apple Pen into your iPad Pro using the lighting stick, remember bluetooth need to be turned on
  2. Try to use the Pen to check its work
  3. Step 3. Connect the iPad Pro to your computer and start Duet Display
  4. Step 4. Now you Apple Pen should work at the same time as the Duet Display

 

If this dosen't work I like to help fix the problem 

 

Thank you Wiezo55!

 

Anyway I was talking about pressure and tilt recognition.

Duet tracks correctly position but doesn't deliver any pressure/angle variation.


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Thank you Wiezo55!

 

Anyway I was talking about pressure and tilt recognition.

Duet tracks correctly position but doesn't deliver any pressure/angle variation.

 

Then it's good that it's come to iPad in the further ;)

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Thank you Wiezo55!

 

Anyway I was talking about pressure and tilt recognition.

Duet tracks correctly position but doesn't deliver any pressure/angle variation.

 

Paolo,

You may want to check Duet Pro which does supports Apple Pencil's pressure & tilt sensitivity, palm rejection etc.

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Duet Pro is pretty recent I guess...

Wasn't aware of this!  :)

 

Thanks Meb!

 

I only saw it yesterday, looks good so far, seems to be a better experience for me than astropad. 


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Paolo,

You may want to check Duet Pro which does supports Apple Pencil's pressure & tilt sensitivity, palm rejection etc.

 

 

Duet Display Support Apple Pen in the new update there is out today!

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Thank you Wiezo55!

 

Anyway I was talking about pressure and tilt recognition.

Duet tracks correctly position but doesn't deliver any pressure/angle variation.

 

 

Duet Display Support Apple Pen in the new update there is out today!

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