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.
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.
Release Notes: Enttec Open DMX USB problems in some Windows machines have been fixed. DMXKing USBDMX512-A interface support was added for all platforms. Velleman K8062D support was added on Windows. French and German translations were added. Lots of new user documentation was written. New Grand Master, Solo Frame, and total power consumption features were added. New definitions were added for Varytec, Chauvet, Stairville, American DJ, JB Systems Robe, and Venue fixtures. A new Web site was launched.
Release Notes: The Mac OS X application bundle was fixed to work without additional Qt installation. Windows and Mac OS X plugins are included with the main application package. 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. In Mac OS X, the user can launch either QLC or fixture editor. Total power consumption (estimate) of fixtures is calculated. Automatic function, button, and slider generators have been added.
Release Notes: A new EFX function for moving lights. A completely renewed build system that better supports packaging for other distributions. Support for 8 universes. Many new fixture definitions. Some UI improvements (mainly in the virtual console). Some bug/crash fixes.
Release Notes: New features include a new and faster function running engine, sequence function and a pattern generator, device cloning, submaster and level sliders for virtual console, blackout, help browser. Lots of fixes were made for bugs in version 2.2.
Release Notes: It is now possible to create scenes, chasers, and function collections. You can also create your own lighting desk with a virtual console and use it to execute any function. The speed for any function can be set individually or all at once, and device classes can be edited.
Release Notes: A whole new design and look was implemented. Support for DMX devices was added. Many other changes were made.