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.
The quoted price is for a perpetual license for the QLab bundle, which manages audio, video, and lighting. Additional information can be found here.
- More information about pre-wait and post-wait times in the active cue rows
- When fading over OSC float values, QLab will now send out 6 decimal places for each value rather than 3
- Timecode cues now display the start time for the default cue name
- A "video fade mode" AppleScript property used to set the absolute/relative fade mode in the Geometry tab of Fade cues
- Tinted background for the levels tab when "Assign Gangs" is enabled, to make it more clear when that mode is turned on
- Hotkey triggers that use numeric keypad keystrokes are now distinguished in the Inspector with the prefix "NUM"
- A crash that occurred when selecting "Music" in the macOS file chooser dialog
- A crash that can occur when receiving incoming timecode
- Several memory leaks during video playback
- You can again add a slice prior to the last existing slice in the audio waveform
- Stopping a Fade cue will no longer leave it in a state where it shows the time it stopped as its new duration
- A bug that could cause new Light cues created from the dashboard to have commands listed in the wrong order, and thus produce incorrect output
- A bug that could corrupt the lighting commands in a light cue when they were deleted using the GUI (e.g., the pressing the X to delete a light command slider)
- Setting the MIDI trigger status type on a cue via AppleScript will no longer lead to a crash
- Text field changes are now committed when toggling the "Assign Gangs" button in the Fade cue inspector
- Fading OSC values using floating point values will now work in locations where a comma (,) is used as the decimal mark
- Fixed bugs and clarified behavior around renting a 1-day license at the end of a calendar day
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.10 or later