Midi2LR – Software to bridge a midi controller to Lightroom

Hi everyone! Hope all is well with y’all! Just wanted to drop a note regarding the availability of an update for Midi2LR to version 3.2.2.0. If you haven’t upgraded yet, here’s the link:

https://github.com/rsjaffe/MIDI2LR/releases/tag/v3.2.2.0

If you’re not familiar with Midi2LR it is a piece of software that lets you use a Midi Controller to adjust the adjustment sliders in Lightroom. The above image is 1/3 of the Midi Controller that I’m using. It is a Behringer XTouch Mini. The labels I stuck on myself using regular stickers including the colored dots on the knobs. Here’s my review of the Behringer XTouch Mini.

I realize that this device may be overkill for many people but if you shoot a lot of RAW images and want a quicker way to edit those RAW files you may want to check this out. I can 100% say that I can edit my images quicker and arguably more precisely with this MIDI controller.

MIDI2LR is donation ware so if you can get your hands on a compatible MIDI controller, give it try!

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Edit you images in LR using knobs and buttons

Behringer XTouch Mini Controller for Lightroom.

Hi everyone! Hope all is well with y’all! Just wanted to drop a note regarding the availability of an update for Midi2LR to version 3.0.0.11. If you haven’t upgraded yet, here’s the link:

https://github.com/rsjaffe/MIDI2LR/releases/tag/v3.0.0.11

If you’re not familiar with Midi2LR it is a piece of software that lets you use a MIDI controller to adjust the adjustment sliders in Lightroom. The above image is 1/3 of the MIDI controller that I’m using. It is a Behringer XTouch Mini. The gold labels I stuck on myself using regular stickers including the colored dots on the knobs. I’m sure y’all can do a better job labeling and coloring yours, haha. Here’s my review of the Behringer XTouch Mini.

I realize that this device may be overkill for many people but if you shoot a lot of RAW images and want a quicker way to edit those RAW files you may want to check this out. I can 100% say that I can edit my images quicker and more precisely with this MIDI controller than I could using my wireless mouse. I bet a touch screen computer with stylus would be faster and more precise but I’m not hardcore….yet.

MIDI2LR is donation ware so if you can get your hands on a compatible MIDI controller, give it try!

Consider following me for updates to find not only my other toys and collectibles posts but also my travel bloopers, blunders and shenanigans posts, photography related news/reviews posts and the occasional contest entry.

All the photos (unless otherwise noted in the post) were taken by me and are available for sale. If you’re interested in buying an image or three, 😃 please don’t hesitate to contact me for more details. Thanks in advance!

Comments & Critiques are always welcome, as are upvotes and resteems.

Thanks for viewing and best wishes!

PS. If you want to check out my other ‘works’, you can find them here:

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Midi Controller for Lightroom

Do you or would you use a midi controller? What is a midi controller? It’s a device of buttons/dials and sliders that let you control things. Originally used by musicians but has now been adapted by image editors. So with a midi controller, software like MIDI2LR and Lightroom CC, I can link a lightroom function (slider or rating, or changing panels) to a button or dial on the midi controller. I just got one, the Behringer X Touch Mini. I’ve gotten it set up and it does make my edit work faster and as I memorize what botton/dial does what it’ll get faster. If you want more info, Here’s my review. For more details on the process.

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