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Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 19 Oct 2015, 12:23
by Soom
I have recently purchased a Huion graphic screen tablet, as was recommended by a friend and some reviews, and I bumped into a serious problem - it just doesn't work well with TVPaint. At least on my Mac. Other software looks Ok, but TVP - nope - lot's of serious problems. Did anyone ever try it?

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 19 Oct 2015, 14:46
by Fabrice
not here, sorry.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 23 Mar 2017, 13:12
by Peter Wassink
Just encountered a student who had problems with her HUION (only) in combination with Tvpaint
but only after updating her mac from El Capitan naar Sienna

every line she draws with pressure creates a big "splash" (max brushsize regardless of applied pressure) at the beginning.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 24 Mar 2017, 17:03
by Soom
I have another colleague with Huion and TVPaint - on PC, same problems, lots of bugs, right click function is not working, etc. - don't bother with Huion if you need to work with TVPaint

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 09 Sep 2019, 09:44
by anjing
Personally, I've had no problems with my Huion tablets in terms of software (aka the drivers), but I do have some models I recommend against as they have subpar hardware, like the Huion H640P/H950P since they have ridiculous amounts of line wobble.

However, I wholeheartedly recommend other models like the Huion H1060 Plus and XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro Art Tablet with screen though as they have no line wobble and draw fantastically.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 09 Sep 2019, 11:24
by Soom
anjing wrote:
09 Sep 2019, 09:44
Personally, I've had no problems with my Huion tablets in terms of software (aka the drivers), but I do have some models I recommend against as they have subpar hardware, like the Huion H640P/H950P since they have ridiculous amounts of line wobble.

However, I wholeheartedly recommend other models like the Huion H1060 Plus and XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro Art Tablet with screen though as they have no line wobble and draw fantastically.
Thanks for the input. Could you please confirm you can correctly use the right click functionality in TVPaint on any of the Huion screen tablet you are refering to? (I only mean screen tablets, not the regular ones), thanks.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 22 Jan 2020, 22:59
by Soom
Ok, I have just tested the new Huion tablets in an animation studio, and I can confirm, that it seems to be functioning well with TVPaint now. But I only tried it for a couple of minutes - can't be sure of all the functions, but the pen and right click work as expected.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 03 May 2021, 18:58
by veronikahozjan
I have new Huion tablet (Kamvas 22 Plus) and after a few days I am experiencing the same problem. My pen, even when I don't touch the screen is making small lines *hoovering around the surface), very annoying, if you have any suggestion please help.
I tried unchecked and checked Windows ink, updated the driver ..., nothing really help.

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 06 May 2021, 00:35
by Soom
veronikahozjan wrote:
03 May 2021, 18:58
I have new Huion tablet (Kamvas 22 Plus) and after a few days I am experiencing the same problem. My pen, even when I don't touch the screen is making small lines *hoovering around the surface), very annoying, if you have any suggestion please help.
I tried unchecked and checked Windows ink, updated the driver ..., nothing really help.
Did you try disabling SubPixel in TVP Preferences?

Re: Did anyone ever tried a Huion graphic tablet?

Posted: 07 May 2021, 08:30
by inkner
veronikahozjan wrote:
03 May 2021, 18:58
I have new Huion tablet (Kamvas 22 Plus) and after a few days I am experiencing the same problem. My pen, even when I don't touch the screen is making small lines *hoovering around the surface), very annoying, if you have any suggestion please help.
I tried unchecked and checked Windows ink, updated the driver ..., nothing really help.
On Linux I didn't notice this behavior. Also using the same tablet. Guessing it's not visible also in other graphic programs or applications.

As for the tablet it works really well. Can't compare it to others as it's the first one I've used. Brightness uniformity is good (not perfect). Colors are more saturated and I recommend to calibrate the screen. I kind of wish it had other nibs for the pen and a bit less parallax near the edges but other then that... for a first tablet and this price...
PS: clean the screen before first time use.