显示控制器 – QLab Pro 4.7 MacOSX

QLab 4.x Pro Bundle | MacOSX | 18.3 MB

QLab 为您的 Mac 提供现场表演控制。为戏剧、舞蹈、作曲、装置等创建媒体设计。从单个工作区播放音频、视频和 MIDI。 QLab 4 包括一个全新的 Light cue、对 iOS 版 QLab Remote 的重大更新以及 40 多个其他新功能。

设计工具
– 无限提示的无限提示列表
– 无限的提示车,每个车有 1 到 64 个按钮
– 在编辑模式下设计并在表演模式下运行您的表演
– 无损设计工具永远不会修改您的媒体文件
– 撤消任何编辑
– 本地“试听”提示,无需向舞台发送音频、视频或灯光输出
– 提示模板和工作区模板
– “Record cue sequence”工具,捕捉时间并在以后以同样的方式再次播放
– “粘贴提示属性”工具,可选择性地将一个或多个提示中的属性粘贴到工作区中的其他提示上
– 提示列表和提示推车的文本搜索
– 广泛的 AppleScript 和 OSC API
– 一个全面的状态窗口来指导故障排除
– 通过 QLab Remote 进行强大而轻松的远程编辑

灯光
– 控制无限的 Art-Net DMX 宇宙。
– 创建无限的灯光仪器(如通道,但可以命名任何东西,而不仅仅是数字)。
– 创建无限的灯光组以将相关乐器收集在一起,例如“所有”、“舞台右侧”、“LED”、“地板”或“地板前左”。
– 使用具有多个参数的传统调光器和更复杂的灯光(包括支持基于百分比的参数,以及 8 位和 16 位直接 DMX 参数。)
– QLab 风格的关卡渐变:构建外观和效果非常简单,您可以分层和重复使用。灯光提示仅更改您在提示中设置的级别,其余部分保持不变。
– 通过将 Light cue 链接在一起来构建复杂的照明设计,以从更简单的部分构建复杂的 cue 序列,然后像多米诺骨牌链一样使用单个“GO”触发序列。
– 与 QLab 中的所有提示一样,灯光提示可以随时复制、粘贴、重新排序、暂停、恢复和停止
– 所有 QLab 渐变曲线都可用于 Light cue;包括线性、S 曲线或完全自定义的形状渐变。
– 使用灯光仪表板查看和操作所有灯光的当前级别。
– 如果您需要从仪表板潜入实时编辑,您可以选择告诉 QLab “随着时间的推移”应用新值,以便它们顺利淡入。
– 打开 Audition Window 以查看仪表板中“盲目”的灯光提示效果。关闭试听窗口,仪表板将立即恢复显示灯光的实时状态。
– 调整仪表板中的灯光,然后:
– 只需更改即可创建新提示,
– 用所有乐器创建一个新的提示,
– 使用更改更新上次运行的灯光提示,或
– 将编辑追溯到最近修改每个乐器的每个提示。
– 将您最喜欢的 MIDI 控制器映射到灯光命令,用于编辑灯光仪表板或单独的提示。
– 对于电动 MIDI 硬件,QLab 支持来自灯光仪表板和单独灯光提示的 MIDI“反馈”。 (又名“飞行推子”。)
– 使用 QLab 强大的灯光命令语言,具有自动完成、仪器或组参数寻址、范围、临时组和命令历史记录,以有效地编辑灯光仪表板和单个灯光提示。
– 随时以滑块、图块或原始命令文本的形式查看灯光提示。
– 以滑块或瓷砖的形式查看灯光仪表板。
– 通过键盘输入(在命令行上)或使用鼠标(通过单击和拖动)编辑灯光。
– 从任何提示中轻松删除单个灯光命令,当然还可以撤消任何编辑。
– 在滑块视图中,将组命令扩展到组中当前的所有单个乐器。
– 在滑块视图中,指示器显示提示中每个灯的当前实时值。
– 在滑块视图中,选择多个命令来临时“组合”它们,这样您就可以一起向上或向下调整它们。
– 快速查看一组乐器何时设置为所有相同级别或不同级别的混合。
– 批量编辑多个灯光提示,选择它们,然后简单地编辑它们共享的任何灯光命令。 (或者一次向所有这些命令添加一个新命令。)
– 在外部或通过脚本提示使用 AppleScript 进行高级编程技术,例如通过算法生成一系列灯光提示。
– 通过 OSC 消息控制灯光仪表板和单个灯光提示。

声音的
– 支持多达 64 路音频输出
– 支持多达 24 通道的音频文件
– 支持多达 24 路实时音频输入
– 音频波形视图
– 无限切片您的媒体文件,用于循环和 vamping
– 跨多个提示的样本精确播放同步
– 音频平移和音量衰减
– 自定义输出通道名称
– 编辑音频设备路由
– 任何提示的音频效果
– 提示输出的音频效果
– 设备输出的音频效果
– 动态淡化音频效果

 

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. QLab 4 includes an all-new Light cue, a huge update to QLab Remote for iOS, and over 40 other new features.

Design Tools
– Unlimited Cue Lists with unlimited cues
– Unlimited Cue Carts with 1 to 64 buttons per cart
– Design in Edit Mode and run your performance in Show Mode
– Non-destructive design tools never modify your media files
– Undo any edits
– “Audition” cues locally without sending audio, video, or lighting output to the stage
– Cue templates and Workspace templates
– “Record cue sequence” tool, to capture timing and play it back again the same way later
– “Paste cue properties” tool, to selectively paste properties from one or more cues onto other cues in your workspace
– Text search of cue lists and cue carts
– Extensive AppleScript and OSC APIs
– A comprehensive Status Window to guide troubleshooting
– Powerful and painless remote editing via QLab Remote

Lighting
– Control unlimited Art-Net DMX universes.
– Create unlimited light instruments (like channels, but can be named anything, not just numbers).
– Create unlimited light groups to collect related instruments together, like “all”, “stage right”, “LEDs”, “floor”, or “floor front left”.
– Use both conventional dimmers and more complex lights with multiple parameters (includes support for percentage-based parameters, as well as both 8-bit and 16-bit direct DMX parameters.)
– QLab-style levels fading: it’s simple to build looks and effects that you can layer and reuse. A Light cue changes only the levels you set in the cue, and leaves the rest unchanged.
– Build sophisticated lighting designs by chaining Light cues together to build complex cue sequences out of simpler parts, then trigger the sequence with a single “GO” like a chain of dominoes.
– As with all cues in QLab, Light cues can be copied, pasted, reordered, paused, resumed, and stopped at any time
– All QLab fade curves are available for Light cues; including linear, s-curve, or totally custom shape fades.
– See and manipulate the current levels of all your lights using the Light Dashboard.
– If you need to sneak in live edits from the Dashboard, you can optionally tell QLab to apply the new values “over time” so they’ll fade in smoothly.
– Open the Audition Window to view the effects of light cues “blind” in the dashboard. Close the Audition Window, and the dashboard will instantly revert back to show the live state of your lights.
– Adjust your lights in the dashboard, then:
-Create a new cue with just the changes,
-Create a new cue with all instruments,
-Update the last-run light cue with the changes, or
– Trace back the edits to each cue that most recently modified each instrument.
– Map your favorite MIDI controller to light commands, for editing either the light dashboard or individual cues.
– For motorized MIDI hardware, QLab supports MIDI “feedback” from the light dashboard and individual light cues. (Aka “flying faders”.)
– Use QLab’s powerful light command language, with autocompletion, instrument or group parameter addressing, ranges, ad-hoc groups, and command history, to efficiently edit both the light dashboard and individual light cues.
– View light cues as sliders, tiles, or raw command text at any time.
– View the Light Dashboard as sliders or tiles.
– Edit lights via keyboard entry (on the command line) or with the mouse (via clicking and dragging.)
– Easily delete individual light commands from any cue, and of course undo any edits.
– In slider view, expand group commands into all the individual instruments currently in the group.
– In slider view, indicators show the current live value of each light in a cue.
– In slider view, select multiple commands to temporarily “gang” them, so you can adjust them up or down together.
– Quickly see when a group of instruments is set to all the same level or a mix of different levels.
– Batch-edit multiple light cues by selecting them and then simply editing any light command they all share. (Or adding a new command to all of them at once.)
– Use AppleScript, either externally or via Script cues, for advanced programming techniques like algorithmically generating a series of Light cues.
– Control both the Light Dashboard and individual Light cues via OSC messages.

Audio
– Support for up to 64 channels of audio output
– Support for up to 24-channel audio files
– Support for up to 24 channels of live audio input
– Audio waveform view
– Unlimited slices of your media files for looping and vamping
– Sample-accurate playback synchronization across multiple cues
– Audio panning and volume fading
– Customize output channel names
– Edit audio device routing
– Audio effects on any cue
– Audio effects on cue outputs
– Audio effects on device outputs
– Fade audio effects dynamically

Video
– Full-screen or custom geometry for Video cues
– Fade and animate videos
– 1000 layers of video
– Masking and edge-blending across multiple projectors
– Warping and keystone correction
– Basic video effects
– Live camera input with the Camera cue
– Syphon input & output
– Blackmagic input & output
– Text & titles with the Text cue

Show Control
– Send OSC or UDP messages using the Network cue
– Fade your OSC messages over time, in 1D or 2D
– Inject live values from your workspace into outgoing OSC messages
– Send all MIDI and MIDI Show Control messages with the MIDI cue
– Send MIDI messages by playing MIDI files with the MIDI File cue
– Run your own AppleScripts with the Script cue
– Generate LTC or MTC output with the Timecode cue
– Trigger cue lists from incoming LTC or MTC timecode
– Remote control via OSC and MIDI

Requirements: Intel, 64-bit processor OS X 10.10 or later
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