QLab 4.5.3 Release Notes

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QLab has a new home on the web! Internal links now point to our new website at https://qlab.app

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Workspace video setting to enable or disable hardware video decoding when available. (In some rare cases, hardware video decoding can actually degrade performance.)

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Instrument definitions for the following Elation fixtures: Arena Zoom Q7IP, Artiste Monet, Artiste Van Gogh, DW PAR Z19 IP, DTW PAR 300, Fuze Profile, Fuze Profile CW, Fuze Spot, Proteus Maximus, Proteus Smarty Hybrid, Proteus Smarty Max, Proteus Rayzor 760, Rayzor 760, SEVEN Batten 14, SEVEN Batten 42, SEVEN Batten 72, SEVEN PAR 7IP, SEVEN PAR 19IP, SIXPAR 100, SIXPAR 100IP, SIXPAR 200, SIXPAR 200IP, SIXPAR 200WMG, SIXPAR 200WMG HW, SIXPAR 300, SIXPAR 300IP, SIXPAR 300WMG, SIXPAR 300WMG HW, and SIXPAR Z19 IP.

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Instrument definitions for the following Robe fixtures: BMFL Followspot, BMFL Followspot LT, CycFX 4, CycFX 8, Esprite, iPointe, SilverScan, SuperSpikie, T1 Fresnel, and T1 PC.

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Instrument definitions for the SGM G-7 Spot and SixPack.

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An issue that prevented disabling Fade cue audio crosspoint fields once they were enabled.

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An issue that could prevent the paste operation from working when fancy-pasting audio gangs.

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An issue that consumed increasing CPU and RAM when toggling LTC timecode input on and off.

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Timecode triggers can now be turned off without requiring a license to be installed.

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Errors in the instrument definitions for the Robe MiniPointe and Megapointe.

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Miscellaneous other small bug fixes.

4.5.3 is a previous version of QLab. Download the latest version here.

If you really, really, really need version 4.5.3 you can download it here.

Version
4.5.3Legacy
Release Date
October 28th, 2019
Requirements
MacOS 10.10 or later