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Wakom Intuos Pro - Experience

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  • Laimonas Stasiulis
    Hey!

    I now have both (just received the Intuos Pro S), and I can say that while usable on a 24" screen, I prefer my old Intuos M. The laptop with the small size feels great.

    On a separate note, I noticed some weird glitch on both my wacoms when I move to the dock area (at the bottom), it's like it goes over a speed bump, stops for a second then skips to the bottom. May try to reinstall wacom drivers.
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  • 6BQ5
    I have a Huion display tablet and I get funky behavior too. Sometimes the brush functionality freezes although I can move the brush all over the screen just fine. I need to reset the brush by moving it outside the picture area and then I can keep brushing. Every so often I'll get little streaks from this resetting motion but most of the time no.

    The display tablet works just fine in Manga Studio, ArtRage, etc so this problem is not with the display tablet. Phase One really needs to clean up their own code.
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  • Christian Gruner
    6BQ5 wrote:
    I have a Huion display tablet and I get funky behavior too. Sometimes the brush functionality freezes although I can move the brush all over the screen just fine. I need to reset the brush by moving it outside the picture area and then I can keep brushing. Every so often I'll get little streaks from this resetting motion but most of the time no.

    The display tablet works just fine in Manga Studio, ArtRage, etc so this problem is not with the display tablet. Phase One really needs to clean up their own code.


    We have no support for Huion at current, so whatever problem you might have with the tablet is not from bad code.
    Please contact our Support. Maybe the issues are not directly related to the tablet, and thus can be solved in another way.
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  • Christian Gruner
    mercator wrote:
    Dear all,
    Fore quite some time, I have been tempted to buy a Wacom Into Pro, either medium or large, and would be interested about the use of this graphics tablet together with CO1. I would also be interested to understand what people prefer size-wise, medium or large (and why).
    Thanks a lot for your feedback,
    Mercator


    I use the Intuos Pro Large every day as the office. I find it too big for 1 display, but if you use 2 or more display, it's about right.
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  • Helmut Kaufmann
    Dear all,
    Thanks a lot for your replies. Going with a medium seems to be the way to go then for a 27 inch Mac.
    Regards,
    Mercator
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  • Daryl Orillaza
    mercator wrote:
    Dear all,
    Fore quite some time, I have been tempted to buy a Wacom Into Pro, either medium or large, and would be interested about the use of this graphics tablet together with CO1. I would also be interested to understand what people prefer size-wise, medium or large (and why).
    Thanks a lot for your feedback,
    Mercator


    I actually rock a Pro - Small. I work as a freelance Digital Tech, so I guess I float around a lot (as in, don't really have a base studio / usual place of work). So going the small is more a mobility/ fits n my Peli case decision. Seems to work just fine for a 15" Macbook or even 27" screens / dual monitor setups.

    I do have a Pro M permanently setup on my home computer though.

    I guess in my day-to-day, I don't do much fine-control work though, mostly just menu clicking and general "mouse" type control... a little bit of brush work and masking in PS for onset storyboarding, but nothing too detailed- I just am more used to using a pen, so the Small is more than enough for me. -- Essentially, the bigger you go, the more you need to move the pen to move the curser - i.e. more finite control . Suits more detailed retouching, drawing type stuff if that's your thing.
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  • NN230222UL
    I'm on an iMac 27" and use the Wacom Medium Pro which I find works well. I also have found the hitch when going to the bottom of the screen to find the hidden dock. I quite often have to resort to the mouse for that. But the Wacom pad works great with C1.

    Sue
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  • Andriy.Okhrimets
    Medium, Intuos is just fine for photography work, Large one requires too much hand movement and designated more for content creation.

    I find it almost unusable for my case.
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  • Neil Snape
    I just purchased a Intros Pen small the one without touch for navigation. When I started I had a Graphite small tablet. I actually found the small ones better for retouching than the two Intros 3 A5 wides I have. Today I retouched over 80 images on a MAcBook Pro with a second 27" BenQ SW2700PT a very good retouching monitor with both tablets the old A5 wide, and the new Intros Pen small. Both work absolutely fine, and I will be able to bring the small with me.
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