QLab allows you to control audio, video, and MIDI from a single workspace. The basic version of QLab is free and provides a powerful audio playback environment. For advanced users, licenses are available to enhance the audio features, as well as to add video and MIDI functionality.
Designed to make you faster. We’ve worked hard to create an intuitive environment for crafting your designs. Need to trim the head and tail of that cue? Just bring up the waveform editor and drag your start and end points. Want your video flipped horizontally and centered on the second projector? Click, drag, done. Cut and paste cues to new workspaces or even external spreadsheets. Decide you didn’t like that adjustment? No problem, you can undo anything.
We expect this to be the last update to QLab version 3. We’ve been pleased to provide bug fixes for v3 since QLab 4 was released nearly two years ago, but now must focus our energies on just developing version 4. We will, of course, continue to support QLab 3, but we do not plan to release further updates to it.
FIXED: The Fade cue inspector no longer shows the “Levels” and “Audio Effects” tabs for cues that target Titles or Camera cues and displays the correct content in the “Video Effects” tab for cues that target Group cues.
FIXED: A cue assigned to an invalid audio patch can be successfully auditioned if the audition window has a valid audio patch. The cue indicate it is broken if the audition audio patch is not valid.
FIXED: Various additional bug fixes, some of which prevent crashes.