Introduction: Premiere Pro | Lightroom Control Dial (New Version!!)
I made a dial for creators.
As a premiere pro user, I needed a device which can control the timeline easily.
I tried to make this controller, finally, this is the second version of it.
The dial has a button, I made a code that changes its function every time I press it.
So, I can use this dial for not only premiere pro but Lightroom.
I’m going to share how to make, a short story and some information.
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Step 1: Important Information
3D Modeling File (STL)
Step 2: PARTS
This is an Arduino micro pro, An encoder, A knob And some tools
Step 3: Cut the Unused Legs
We need to cut them off. When you cut something using a nipper, please wear eye projection gear.
Step 4: Plug the Encoder Like This Video.
Step 5: If You Don't Want to Solder...
If you really extremely don’t want soldering, use pin header in order to fix them physically. It is kind of trick but it works anyway. I highly recommend you to solder it though
Step 6: Install the Arduino IDE
Now, we are going to install the Arduino IDE. The Arduino board doesn’t have any program in it. in order to use that Arduino for your purpose, you need to upload a code on the Arduino. And in order to upload the code, you need to install this IDE.
Step 7: Code
Here is the code
Step 8: Follow These Steps
Step 9: Non 3d Printer Version
If you don't have a 3d printer, you can just use it like this picture.
Step 10: 3d Printer Version
I designed its frame using fusion 360. If you have a 3d printer, download my design files in Thingiverse.
Step 11: Attaching It
Finishing with Blu-Tack
This is blu tack, I love this awesome invention.
Step 12: Application
Some people asked me that is it possible to use it for other application.
Yes, of course. Please leave comment, I will post the code