The company is famous for their affordable and nice video capture hardware, we have several of them in the company I work with.
They very well engineered the use of the special keys and knob for their own software, now wil it be of good use for other video editing tools ?
And I LOVE the way you can sunk your keyboard in your desk, it allows for and extreme low height and comfortable typing experience
I’ve spoken with someone who had access to their $30K full size grading desk/keyboard and it had conventional rubber domes underneath the keycaps. The keycaps themselves were sold for ~$600 as a kit. No idea if GMK was involved
They’ve specifically referred to the newer editing keyboards as having “e-sports grade switches” in interviews before. My assumption is that they’re some variety of Cherry/Gateron Reds or Blacks.
I’ve been using DaVinci Resolve to edit my videos for a good year, I don’t need their editing keyboard for it, even though I own one (not for DaVinci). I do like the idea of it though.
However, I think a macropad with a knob and standard keyboard of your choice is a more cost-effective solution, with the biggest downside of having to program and re-legend the macropad keys (if you consider that a downside).
I’m in love with that “Speed Editor” board on the side. Especially with those keycaps with light-windows for the toggle keys. I wish I could just buy blanks of those.
I feel like I would need a homing key for that bottom left cluster though.
what a knob
This is what I suspect for this model.
It looks of very high quality indeed