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QLC+ is a free and cross-platform software to control DMX or analog lighting systems like moving heads, dimmers, scanners etc. This project is a fork of the great QLC project written by Heikki Junnila that aims to continue the QLC development and to introduce new features. The primary goal is to bring QLC+ at the level of other lighting control commercial softwares. QLC+ runs on Linux, Windows (7+), macOS (10.7+) and the Raspberry Pi.

As usual, a lot is always going on in the QLC+ project! Today I am releasing a new alpha version of QLC+ 5 to hit another milestone toward a production ready product. To know more, head over to the full release announcement. QLC+ 5 3D preview is so cool 22.07.2018

The QLC+ project needs your help ! Today I'm starting something new to this project, similar to what happens every day on Kickstarter: a crowdfunding campaign ! Please head over to the campaign announcement to find out more. If you have questions or comments, there's a dedicated forum thread for it. Let's show that "free software" is not just "grab and run" !

The long anticipated QLC+ 5 preliminary release is now available for immediate download. However, before proceeding to download it, please take some time to carefully read the release announcement.

As the QLC+ project is constantly evolving and hopefully improving, during the Christmas holidays I dedicated some effort to tackle a couple of long standing issues frequently encountered in a theatre workflow. You can find some long discussions in the forum regarding monitor+override sliders and blended crossfade. Both those needs should now be covered and up to date test versions are available for every platform, including the related documentation updated. So I kindly ask everybody interested in those features, to please provide feedbacks in the above forum discussions, to allow me to understand if the current solutions make everybody happy. Thanks.

  • QLC+ 4.10.4 is a bugfix release that aims to resolve a few issues and regressions reported by users during the last months. As usual though, this version brings also important news regarding specific areas: I have introduced a real pause state of QLC+ Functions. This state can be accessed from Virtual Console Cue Lists and from the Show Manager. A Cue List now has 2 separate buttons for playback: Play/Pause and Stop. When pausing, lights will stay on, and "frozen" exactly where they were, even during a fade in transition. This breaks backward compatibility with external control mapping, cause now you have to map 2 different controls, so you are strongly invited to review your project if you intend to use this version. On the other hand I hope the benefit is clear: this distinction gives maximum flexibility of control of a Cue List/Chaser playback, especially for theatre usage cases.

  • With the LED color feedback in mind, I finally implemented global custom feedbacks that can be defined just once in an input profile. They can always be overridden from every VC widget, like before.

  • Again, for flexibility, I decided to split MIDI beat clock start and stop events, so if you're using such feature, please double check your project.

  • Now a few deployment updates: Every Linux build now includes the OLA plugin, but OLA is not a hard dependency of the package. The plugin will be listed in the IO manager only if OLA is actually installed in the system.

  • Windows builds now include Qt 5.6.0 built by me, without ICU libraries. The final package size has been reduced by 700Kb.

  • Mac OSX bundles include Qt 5.6.0 as well, the vanilla version

  • The Raspberry Pi image has been ported to Debian Jessie ! This is a huge step forward and the boot time is lighting fast: 12 seconds on a Raspberry Pi 3 ! Notification emails will be sent later today.

  • Changelog: Scripts: Fix 4.10.3a regression that breaks values parsing (David Garyga)

  • Engine: fix relative paths when opening a project from the command line

  • Engine: improved the start/stop mechanism of Functions within a Show

  • Chaser Editor: a newly created step is now selected automatically

  • Scene Editor: fixed the tab order of the fixtures

  • Show Manager: added the possibility to pause a Show leaving the lights on

  • Show Manager/Audio: allow to display the waveform preview while playing a file

  • UI/Function Selection: fix crash on workspaces where a scene ID is bigger than its sequence ID (David Garyga)

  • UI/Video: fixed the fullscreen positioning on Windows

  • Virtual Console/Animation: fix behavior issue when changing the associated function (David Garyga)

  • Virtual Console/Frames: send feedbacks for the enable button

  • Virtual Console/Frames: fix 4.10.3 regression causing frames to resize after configuration

  • Virtual Console/Cue List: playback can now be paused and resumed (see documentation)

  • Virtual Console/Cue List: added a dedicated stop button, with external controls

  • Virtual Console/XYPad: fixed computation of reversed fixture position (Luca Ugolini)

  • Plugins/OSC: fixed regression of receiving data from the wrong interface (David Garyga)

  • Plugins/OSC: fixed regression causing not receiving data anymore when changing the input profile (David Garyga)

  • Plugins/MIDI: distinguish MIDI beat clock start and stop (see documentation)

  • Input Profiles Editor: it is now possible to define button custom feedbacks in a profile (see documentation)

  • New input profile: Novation Launchpad Pro (thanks to David Giardi)

  • New RGB script: Balls (color) (thanks to Rob Nieuwenhuizen)

  • Fixture updated: Starway MaxKolor-18 (thanks to Thierry Rodolfo and Robert Box)

  • Fixture updated: Cameo LED RGBW PAR64 18x8W (thanks to Lukas)

  • New fixture: American DJ Mega QA Par38 (thanks to Nathan Durnan)

  • New fixture: Martin MAC 250 Wash (thanks to Robert Box)

  • New fixture: Luxibel LX161 (thanks to Freddy Hoogstoel)

  • New fixture: Stairville MH-X60th LED Spot (thanks to Jasper Zevering)

  • New fixture: Cameo CLHB400RGBW (thanks to Mihai Andrei)

  • New fixture: Showlite Flood Light Panel 144x10mm LED RGBW (thanks to Ex)

  • New fixture: Color Imagination LedSpot 90 (SI-052), Robe Spot 575 XT (thanks to DJ Ladonin)

  • New fixture: Chauvet Mini Kinta (thanks to Jonathan Wilson)

  • New fixture: Eurolite LED ML-56 QCL RGBW-RGBA 18x8W (thanks to Matthijs ten Berge)

  • New fixture: High End Systems TechnoSpot (thanks to Tom Moeller)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Inno Pocket Spot Twins, Fog Fury 3000 WiFly, Event Bar Pro (thanks to MaBonzo)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Galaxian Gem IR, Vizi Roller Beam 2R (thanks to MaBonzo)

  • New fixture: Ayra ERO 506 (thanks to Bert Heikamp)

  • New fixture: Ayrton Arcaline 100 RGB, Martin Magnum Hazer (thanks to Thierry Rodolfo)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Asteroid 1200, Eurolite GKF-60, Eurolite LED FE-700 (thanks to Flox Garden)

  • New fixtures: Antari X-310 Pro Fazer, lightmaXX CLS-2 (thanks to Flox Garden)

  • New fixture: Beamz MHL90 Wash 5x18W RGBAW-UV (thanks to Hans Erik Tjelum)

  • New fixture: PR Lighting Pilot 150 (thanks to David Read)

  • New fixture: lightmaXX Platinum CLS-1 (thanks to Marc Geonet)

I have been working on this project in some shape or form since 2004, and I'm blown away that over the years it has been downloaded more than a million times, used by thousands of athletes, coaches, students, physical therapists and is cited in hundreds of research papers!

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The screenshot on the left shows what our original free calendar template looked like. Before Excel 2007 came out with a good color palette, we used macros within the template to generate good color schemes for our calendars. Now, you can download the theme-enabled versions listed above if you want a way to easily pick different colors for your calendar. 350c69d7ab

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