Which operating systems does Creative Console work with? Does creative console support iOS?
Monogram Creative Console is compatible with Windows (10 and higher; 64-bit only) and macOS (10.14 Mojave and higher). Creative Console is not currently compatible with iOS, we hope to expand our app’s compatibility to iOS in the future.
Please see our software downloads for full system requirements.
How does the Creative Console communicate with software?
Monogram Creative Console hooks directly into editing software like the Adobe suite and Capture One (macOS) through custom-built software plugins. These are our native integrations.
Creative Console can also communicate through common standards like MIDI, keyboard shortcuts, and HID joystick and mouse actions. This is called universal compatibility.
Is each console compatible with the same apps?
Except Mini Console, every console is compatible with all of our native integrations as well as integrations offered by our partners.
What versions of Adobe software are compatible with Creative Console?
Creative console is developed for use with:
-Premiere Pro CC
-After Effects CC
For all CC apps, support begins with version 2015.5 and extends to the latest releases, with ongoing development for new features and compatibility.
What other software is compatible with Monogram Creative Console?
Unreal Engine versions 4.25 and 4.26.
Final Cut Pro, versions 10.4.4 and later, is supported via CommandPost.
Capture One, versions 11 and later, is natively supported on macOS systems only.
Creative console can control any software via MIDI, keyboard shortcuts, macros, as well as joystick and mouse actions.
Out-of-the-box, Creative Console has native integrations and pre-built profiles for leading creative software like Lightroom Classic, Photoshop CC, Capture One, and more. This enables you to get up and running in a matter of minutes and easily customize the functionality to your preference.
If you are a software developer, learn more about how to use Monogram with your application.
Can I assign keyboard shortcuts to modules?
Yes. You can assign any keystroke and/or modifier to the key press on Monogram Core, Essential Key, and Dial modules.
You can also assign multiple keyboard shortcuts to a key press action by using macros. For example, you can chain Command+A and Command+C together with a normal key press.
Key press actions can also be separated by long press. For example, the macro Command+A and Command+V can be assigned to the long key press action of the same button.
You cannot use Monogram to launch external programs on a key press. However, third party software such as AutoHotKey may be used to detect a custom keyboard shortcut and run custom scripts.
Does Creative Console support MIDI?
Yes. Creative console works with any application that supports MIDI protocol, including most DAWs and virtual instruments. Supported MIDI features and modes include control change, channel pressure, program change, note assignment, and per-module channel assignment.
Read more about assigning MIDI to Creative Console here.
Is there an API or SDK for Monogram?
Yes, the documentation is available at docs.monogramcc.com
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