|Name||QLab Pro 4.5 TNT mac-torrent-download.net.dmg|
|Created on||2019-09-10 15:28:28|
|Files||QLab Pro 4.5 TNT mac-torrent-download.net.dmg (21.75 MB)|
Everything you need to put on a great show.
QLab 4 combines powerful audio, video, and lighting control in one elegant package. With an all-new Light cue, a major upgrade to QLab Remote for iOS, and over 40 new features, this is the best version of QLab we’ve ever made.
We’re happy to announce: QLab does lights now.
Whether you’re a seasoned lighting professional or completely new to lights, we’ve worked hard to make designing your lights simple, powerful, and fun.
You can now build cue carts and cue lists side-by-side, from a single button to a grid of 64. Any basic cue can be added to a cart, making it a friendly control surface for anything you can build in QLab.
Record Cue Sequences
Teach QLab by example.
In QLab 4 you can run through your cues manually, and let QLab record the timing of the triggers.
Like copy-and-paste, but way cooler.
Save hours of time with Fancy Paste! Selectively paste properties from one or more cues onto other cues in your workspace.
Additionally, you can now batch-edit the Basic, Trigger, and Light Level properties directly in the inspector.
Customize exactly how new cues are created.
Plus, the new ability to pick a default workspace template on launch means it’s easy to jump straight into designing any new project.
New Trigger Options
In addition to QLab’s traditional array of powerful cue triggers, QLab 4 offers the option to:
- Fade and stop other cues when a cue starts. (You can set a customizable fade time, and choose whether this affects just the cue’s peers, the cue list, or all other cues in every cue list.)
- Duck or boost the volume of other cues while a cue is running.
- Set “Second Trigger” actions, performed when a running cue is triggered a second time.
- Perform “Trigger on Release” when releasing hotkeys, MIDI keys, or cue cart buttons.
New Workflow Tools
- Import your Go Button shows into QLab.
- Highlight “related” cues in the cue list (i.e. all cues related to the same target).
- New negative post-wait times, to trigger the next cue “this many seconds before the current one ends”.
- New red flash around the GO button if double-go protection is invoked.
- New status window to show broken cues, warnings, Art-Net nodes, and logs for cue triggers, MIDI input, OSC input, & OSC replies.
- New option to trigger a cue on workspace close, in addition to workspace open.
- Enhanced input/output global overrides.
- Up to 64 channels of audio output (up from 48).
- New parametric fade curves, including support for equal power audio fades.
- New editable durations for still image video cues and text cues.
- New options to customize which workspace is opened on launch.
- Fade your OSC messages over time, in 1D or 2D.
- Inject live values from your workspace into outgoing OSC messages.
- Customizable OSC reply format.
- New OSC and AppleScript hooks all over the place.
- OS X 10.10 or later 64-bit
- Web Site
- Developer Website
What’s New in QLab Pro 4.5
- A bug introduced in 4.4.0 when pasting multiple cues into a cue cart that could cause the new cues to be placed non-sequentially.
- Integrated fades that are not locked to the start/end of Audio and Video cues are now displayed correctly in the Timeline tab.
- You can now use the same Syphon source in multiple Camera cues.
- Several issues when batch editing Wall Clock triggers in the “Triggers” inspector tab.
- Batch editing the Camera cue “patch” value in the “Display & Geometry” inspector tab now updates all selected cues.
- Scrubbing a still image Video cue with a duration in the active cues panel will now work.
- Attempting to set an invalid cue color name via AppleScript or OSC no longer sets the cue color to grey.
- A bug that could prevent update messages from being sent to QLab Remote after changes are made to the Light Dashboard in QLab.
- Paste Cue Properties now properly clears out previous gang entries.
- Fade Cue Templates now show tabs for Video Geometry and Video Effects.
- Broadcast mode has been enabled for outgoing UDP messages.
- Strikethrough formatting for Text cues is now visible during playback.
- Text cue now uses the Text cue template to derive default font attributes.
- Text cue font properties are no longer reset to the default format after using OSC or AppleScript to set the “live text” of that cue to an empty string.
- The Fade cue inspector now shows the proper tabs when setting its target to a Video, Text, or Camera cue.
- Full changelog available here.