Arturia Beatstep for Davinchi Resolve with Windows

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The Beatstep does work with Davinchi Resolve perfect together and also the Akai APC 40. This is demonstrated for OSx in various Videos.

I am a Windows user and ask if someone have done initial steps for Windows with the beatstep and DaVinchi Resolve. I need a litte first step guide and mabee some code that is written to get in.

Beatstep demo for OSx

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September 8, 2020 9:43 pm
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This devices work in Resolve because they are fully custom mapped by the user. controllermate or bome And the mappjng always depend om screenresolution. Resolve doesnt accept any midi. by default. You need nidi to nouse click actions and mouse scrollweel actions based on your screen coordinates. There is not a easy one box solution. For Mac you can buy a ready to use controllermate setup for beatstep and apc40 if you google it
( at September 17, 2020 6:03 am)
I know all this way for macOS but i use a Windows PC. And here i did Not find a solution. Basics are in this Video i did find. https://youtu.be/PTbnpmJuTGc Is someone going a way and have basics code? Maybe helps to do the Work together.
( at September 17, 2020 11:36 am)
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Hi,

Unlike Mac, Windows cannot share MIDI ports. So you will need to use the MIDI Router or translators in MT Pro to tie your Beatstep and your APC 40 to route to and from a Virtual Port and then in Davinci Resolve, instead of making a MIDI connection directly to each device, connect them to the Virtual Port you are using

 

BeatStep -> Bome MIDI Translator Pro - Bome Virtual MIDI Port 1 (BMT 1) -> Resolve

APC 40 ---------------^

 

From Davinci Resolve standpoint it sees both controllers simply as BMT 1

 

Steve Caldwell
Bome Customer Care


Also available for paid consulting services: bome@sniz.biz

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September 8, 2020 10:45 pm
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Hi,

Check this thread in which I showed a user how to map a knob to keystrokes for color correction.  The example here was for Premiere Pro, however the technique would be the same but just using different outgoing keystrokes.

https://www.bome.com/support/kb/relative-knob-and-reset-to-center-actions-arturia-beatstep

As pointed out, due to different screen resolutions and the ability to move the controls around on the screen without Bome MT Pro awareness, doing things with outgoing mouse actions can be more challenging since there is no guarantee that the controls you click on are in the correct location.  There are other examples if you search the forum. I think there may be some good examples for Caputer One as well. Again the same principles would apply.

 

Steve Caldwell
Bome Customer Care


Also available for paid consulting services: bome@sniz.biz

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