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jog sensitivity on Cross remote

PostPosted: 28 Jul 2013, 03:53
by djalibi
just got an iPad and just got Cross remote going, its pretty nifty, lol, but is there a possible way to tighten up the "virtual" jog weels that are on the remote app? or could it be done trough crossdj somewhere and im just not seeing it,

this would help also with my denon mc2000, seems the jogs are a lil off,

i had a U-Mix Control at one time and it was flawless on jog but buttons wore out and i got the denon but wanted to use and stick with mixvives software since i already payed for it and used to it and stuff,

any info helpful, thanks again

DJ alibi

Re: jog sensitivity on Cross remote

PostPosted: 28 Jul 2013, 04:10
by daniel clark
djalibi wrote:
this would help also with my denon mc2000, seems the jogs are a lil off,

i had a U-Mix Control at one time and it was flawless on jog but buttons wore out and i got the denon but wanted to use and stick with mixvives software since i already payed for it and used to it and stuff,

any info helpful, thanks again

DJ alibi


:eek: this seems like a seperate issue than the jogs on the iOS app remote ,,,,. have you downloaded the latest version and have you checked out the mapping (if there one ) :cool: :cool:

Re: jog sensitivity on Cross remote

PostPosted: 28 Jul 2013, 04:19
by djalibi
just seems like with the denon you have to turn the wheel way to far to scratch, i guess is the best way to put it, its not really lagging, (bare with me, trying to explain the best way i can lol) the latency is good, its like, maybe there is a 45 or 33 mode, lol , same in both situations,

im not that great at mapping, but ill look into it...

with remote, the wireless works great, no lag, just the jog, i have to rub my hand all the way across the screen to scratch, lol

Re: jog sensitivity on Cross remote

PostPosted: 28 Jul 2013, 04:22
by djalibi
maybe this is a better way to put it... i also purchased the Cross DJ app for iPad, when you scratch on that things its amazing.... espectially for a touch screen situation, i guess i was expecting the same from the virtual jogs on remote

Re: jog sensitivity on Cross remote

PostPosted: 28 Jul 2013, 04:30
by djalibi
all versions are current btw