Name: QLab for Mac
Release Date: 29 Sep 2016
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
Web Site: http://figure53.com/qlab/
QLab provides live show control for your Mac. Create media designs for theatre, dance, composition, installation, and more. Play back audio, video, and MIDI from a single workspace.
What's New in Version 3.1.24:
・A problem that prevented video cues with audio tracks from playing in macOS Sierra.
・A problem where an old video frame could briefly flash when starting a video cue.
・A problem where an unprocessed video frame could briefly flash prior to applying a video effect when starting a video cue.
・A bug that could cause the audio and video tracks of a video cue to lose sync if the video cue was paused and restarted. (And to progressively lose more sync the more times it was paused and restarted.)
・Partially roll back the previous adjustment to start-all group cues, allowing the continue mode of the last cue in the group to be edited since some existing workspaces rely on this behavior.
・A bug introduced in 3.1.23 that broke OSC clients (like QLab Remote) that connect to QLab via TCP.
・MIDI triggers now honor the "less than" modifier. (Oops.)
・MIDI cue fades can now be unpaused.
・A bug that could cause the MIDI File inspector to crash QLab.
・Report MIDI File cue as broken if file is missing.
・Widened the "Playback rate:" label on the MIDI File cue inspector, so the second word can be seen.
・Changes to the width field of a Titles cue can now be undone, and changes made via scripting are updated correctly in the cue inspector.
・Vertical scrolling is no longer weirdly elastic in the audio waveform view.
・Changing a fade cue to "relative" mode will no longer allow hidden audio crosspoints that were set while in absolute mode to run.