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    favorite mouse for editing? recommendations?
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    i often edit in fcp x and resolve.

    i usually edit stills in luminar (i have this anti-adobe thing going, sorry!)

    i would be interested in what mice/mouse/track ball other folks use in their editing efforts.

    i usually prefer a wired device.

    any recommendations?

    thanks in advance.

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    I'm really keen on the Apple Magic mouse, as I can use it to scroll sideways in the timeline etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    How do you deal with center clicks and scrolling?

    I just bought this, but haven't really used it yet: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/produ...master-2s-flow Just wish the software had a few more choices for programming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_E View Post
    How do you deal with center clicks and scrolling?

    I just bought this, but haven't really used it yet: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/produ...master-2s-flow Just wish the software had a few more choices for programming.
    There is a ring you can use for scrolling.

    If you need center click or other configurations you can used the more advanced model:
    https://www.kensington.com/p/product...ess-trackball/


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    Once I started using Wacom tablets around 2002/2003, I stopped using a mouse almost entirely.
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    I generally use gaming mouses with a good weight, adjustable dpi sensor, and programmable buttons.
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    Logitech G602 is where it's at - super affordable, 11 programmable buttons, super responsive. Definitely worth it IMHO
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    I use people for editing, not mice as I don't find them smart enough. I mean, these creature walk right into my traps for them. I hired a human editor once, setup a mouse trap, and they avoided it. That's how I knew I hard hired true.

    I have a Logitech G502 which I bought for gaming. Works good for editing too, not that I edit much these days (I have the mouse do most of that).


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