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Q Light Controller

QLC, the Q Light Controller, is used to control DMX and analog lighting equipment like scanners, dimmers, and other effects. The goal is to produce free software that replaces hardware lighting desks.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 Mar 2012 08:39

    Release Notes: The Windows version no longer uses immense amounts of CPU due to a drastic timer optimization. A configuration dialog for the Enttec plugin has been added, allowing users to select the protocol for each device. A bug has been fixed in the virtual console button widget which allowed pressing them from external input devices, causing the application to crash. The reconnect buttons in the plugin managers have been removed because they never quite worked and sometimes caused crashes.

    •  02 Nov 2011 20:12

      Release Notes: EFX fade bus saving was fixed. Fixture deletion from Scene was fixed. A Scene LTP stopping bug was fixed. The udev rule on Linux was fixed so that qlc no longer needs to run as root. udmx was put into its own thread to prevent UI lockups. Enttec Open/Pro widget detection was improved. Some minor UI glitches have also been fixed.

      •  02 Oct 2011 14:23

        Release Notes: An HTP channel zeroing bug with chasers and cue lists was fixed. Enttec Open/Pro widget detection was improved.

        •  15 May 2011 14:42

          Release Notes: A fatal crash bug was fixed. The bug prevented loading a workspace file containing non-scenes inside cue lists or chasers.

          •  06 May 2011 20:53

            Release Notes: HTP (Highest Takes Precedence) has been implemented for all intensity channels. An unlimited amount of fixtures and functions is supported. The cue list and chaser editor now support cut, copy, and paste. All stock plugins are included in the main package. Usability has been improved in some dialogs.


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