Samsung Galaxy Book discussion thread

Discussion in 'Samsung' started by JoeS, Feb 26, 2017.

  1. moonlight60

    moonlight60 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    mine is 10.0.16299.15
    I just updated to the Fall Creator's yesterday. I had been putting it off for a while. so far, no problems, but I haven't been using it for very long.
     
  2. testdrive7

    testdrive7 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Thanks for that info. Is your firmware driver provider Microsoft or Samsung?

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  3. Mytabletacct

    Mytabletacct Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Mine is 1.0.1.5 from Samsung dated 13/6/17
     
  4. Unej

    Unej Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Mine is 1.0.1.5 from Samsung dated 13/6/17 too


    do you have also a ''unspecified device'' without drivers ROOT\hidclass
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  5. testdrive7

    testdrive7 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I also have this "Unknown device" (Root/Hidclass/0000), I don't know what it is.

    [​IMG]


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  6. Mytabletacct

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    I don't have any unknown devices on my driver list.
     
  7. thierryb

    thierryb Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    On my GB10
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  9. Dweam

    Dweam Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Can anyone possibly run a quick test for me?

    I am an artist and I am interested only in using a tablet pc with Clip Studio Paint. Most current tablet PC's like the SP4 and other clones use AES pens. There is a software problem in CSP when it comes to using AES pens. Drawing lines in quick succession will result in a flicking/hooking at beginning point of contact. After a lot of testing, this is definitely a problem with Clip Studio's brush stabilizers however, the brush stabilizers is why I like CSP, so there in lies the problem.

    I made an in depth example image of the problem I am having here: https://img00.deviantart.net/5b16/i...lenovo_miix_700_by_ability_normal-dat9ssu.jpg

    As I generally draw with the felt pen tool, these flicks are easily noticeable.

    Because the Samsung Book uses an EMR pen, which is akin to the style of pen used in the Wacom Cintiq, I am curious if this solves the problem. So, if anyone out there owns both the Galaxy Book and Clip Studio paint could run this quick test for me and either film it or screen shot it, the I would be hugely greatful.

    To avoid confusion, these are the exact steps I am looking for:

    1 -open a high dpi image (300 or higher)

    2 -select the felt pen tool under the marker tab

    3 -turn the stabilizer to maximum and do some tight cross hatching as fast as you can.

    4- post the results up here.
     
  10. thatcomicsguy

    thatcomicsguy Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    That looks annoying.

    AES isn't ready yet. I'm using the sister machine to the Galaxy Book; (the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro). It uses the same technology and drivers pretty much down the line.

    I just pulled it out and did your test, (no screen cap, though. I can do that later tonight when I have the time and patience to muck around with image uploads). The long and short: there's no trouble whatsoever.

    AES is quite acceptable for some tasks, but sharp black ink work brings any and all flaws with the tech into sharp focus.

    For your kind of work, I wouldn't bother with an AES/N-Trig device.

    For what it's worth, EMR on the N9P isn't quite perfect; I was noticing some weird delays under Wintab when making super-fast circles. That goes away under the TabletPC drivers, which instead give me slightly jittery lines when I'm doing teeny-tiny details zoomed way out. -But since I rarely work zoomed way out, I just use the TPC drivers and it hasn't been a problem. I got more grief from my best real pens.

    Here's a little video of me doing some ink work on the N9P, (start at around 13 minutes). -I'm using the basic G-Pen with stabilization at around 25% or so. (In ClipStudio Paint). It's not the same as what you're doing, but it's pretty close. You can get an idea of what you can expect when working with Wacom's EMR. No stupid hooks and junk in the lines. Just what you put down, where you want it put.

     
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2017
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