QLab Pro 4.5
QLab makes it simple to create rich multimedia designs for live performances and installations. From Broadway to the West End, in churches, museums, store fronts, concert halls, and theaters around the world, people use QLab to bring their audio and video to life.
Simply powerful show control
QLab allows you to design and operate amazing multimedia performances from your Mac OS X computer. A single QLab workspace can control audio, video, MIDI, OSC, and more.
Amazingly deep, surprisingly easy
Using building blocks called “cues”, you can create sophisticated designs in seconds.
Getting started is as simple as dragging in a file and pressing “GO”. From there, add commands to fade volume, animate videos, or add audio and video effects.
Once you master the basics, become a power user with advanced features like scripting, video corner pinning, multi-projector edge blending, audio localization, or even building multi-computer designs by sending commands to other QLab machines on your local network.
The industry standard.
Battle-tested and used by designers around the world, QLab is the tool of choice in venues large and small.
You can now apply live audio effects to all your cues: EQ, pitch shift, reverb, and more. Add audio effects to individual cues, across all cue outputs, or on your device outputs.
The powerful new Fade Cue can adjust your audio effect parameters in real time. It can even adjust playback rate, to dynamically speed up or slow down your audio, with or without pitch shifting.
Live Audio Inputs
The new Mic Cue offers up to 24 channels of live audio inputs. Plus all those routing, fading, and audio effects you get on Audio Cues? You get those on Mic Cues too.
- 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.