Q Light Controller Changelog

New in version 3.2.0-3

November 3rd, 2011
  • 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.

New in version 3.2.0-2 (October 3rd, 2011)

  • Sometimes HTP channels weren't faded smoothly to zero when they should have been (involving chasers and cue lists)
  • Enttec Pro/Open widget detection was improved (if the vendor is "FTDI" the widget is treated as an Enttec Open. Otherwise it's treated as a Pro).

New in version 3.2.0-1 (May 16th, 2011)

  • Fixed a crash that occurred when loading a workspace file with a cue list that contains non-scene or nonexistent functions.
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when loading a workspace file with a chaser that contains non-scene or nonexistent func

New in version 3.2.0 (May 9th, 2011)

  • HTP (Highest Takes Precedence) for all intensity channels
  • An unlimited amount of fixtures and functions is supported
  • Linux: All stock plugins are included in the main package
  • Virtual Console slider can be used to launch functions and control their intensity with the Playback feature
  • Cue list and Chaser editors support cut, copy & paste
  • Cue list supports external input

New in version 3.1.0 (November 24th, 2010)

  • OLA plugin for Mac OSX within the application bundle
  • DMXKing interface supported by the Enttec plugin
  • Fixed: Enttec Open DMX USB problems in some Windows machines
  • Fixed: Disappearing windows
  • Fixed: Virtual Console level-mode slider crash
  • Fixed: Concurrent OSX MIDI input events
  • French, German, Spanish translations
  • Lots of new user documentation
  • New feature: Grand Master
  • New feature: Total power consumption
  • New feauture: Virtual Console Solo Frame
  • New fixture definitions for Varytec, Chauvet, Stairville, American DJ, JB Systems, Robe, Venue
  • New plugin (Windows): Velleman K8062D

New in version 3.0.6 (August 23rd, 2010)

  • A freeze bug was fixed in the VCXYPad Properties dialog.
  • A French translation was added to the main application.
  • A Finnish translation was added to the Fixture Editor.
  • A fixture definition for i-Pix BB4 was added.

New in version 3.0.5 (July 18th, 2010)

  • Proprietary... FTDI-owned files were removed from VCS.
  • The Enttec DMX USB plugin was completely rewritten using libftdi on Linux and Mac OS X.
  • It is now possible to disable feedback for each input universe.
  • Total power consumption (estimate) of fixtures is calculated.
  • Automatic function, button, and slider generators have been added.

New in version 3.0.3 (October 6th, 2009)

  • A crash bug in OutputMap re-loading was fixed.
  • Two new plugins were created for the Enttec DMX USB Pro (VCP and D2XX) and DMX USB Open, replacing the FTDIDMX plugin. uDMX and Enttec devices are now made user-readable/writable in Linux with a custom udev rule (no need to run QLC as root).
  • ftd2xx.dll was removed from the Windows build since it comes with the FTDI driver installation.
  • The "USB DMX Output" plugin was renamed to "Peperoni Output" to make it clearer that it has nothing to do with Enttec devices.
  • Fixture definitions and input profiles were bundled along with the main package.

New in version 3.0.1 (September 7th, 2009)

  • Quality was improved through automatic unit testing of all engine components.
  • Engine-originated crashes have been fixed.
  • Support for Enttec DMX USB Pro dongle was added.
  • Preliminary support for Enttec Wings was added.
  • The maximum channel count per fixture was increased to 128.
  • An initial window placement bug was fixed.
  • EFX path visualization was improved with animation.
  • Function timing accuracy has been improved slightly.
  • A bug related to fixture loading and wrong ID assignment was fixed.
  • Engine and UI components have been separated to drastically cut down on call-graph spaghetti.