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 basic version of QLab is free and provides a powerful audio playback environment. If you require advanced functionality licenses are available to unlock additional features.
A bug that would cause device-level audio unit effects to lose their settings when effects were added or re-ordered.
If a fade cue loses its target (e.g. because the target is deleted), don't let it turn into a relative fade.
If a fade cue is targeting a group cue, show the correct number of level outputs in the fade's inspector.
A bug that could cause QLab to crash if a surface has no name.
Handle the case where two screens have the same serial number. Yes, this really happens.
A very small delay (one device buffer in length) added to the start of very short sound files.
Fix a bug where the toolbox cue icons could be missing when re-opening a workspace.
A bug where loading only into the pre-wait of a cue might prevent the cue from playing correctly when the action itself is supposed to start.
Small memory leak.
If a cue is triggered directly by a MIDI Voice message or MSC message, load the next naturally occurring playback position if it has auto-load enabled.
Be somewhat more insistent about asking for an email address when submitting a crash log - sometimes we can help, but only if we can reach ya.
Display the last known path to a media file if QLab can not find the file.
Key commands to switch between edit mode and show mode.
AppleScript hook to enable/disable the "hold last frame" property of video cues.
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.8 or later