QLab Pro macOS is a powerful sound, video and lighting control for macOS. The QLab application is very popular among all MacBook users for its reliability and features. The simplified application of creating rich multimedia layouts for presentations and live installations. Used for everyone from the New Presbyterian Church in Providence to once on Broadway.
Smart and powerful features allow users to interact with what is happening on stage, such as waiting for the scene to complete before triggering the scene transition, or even approaching a situation where the artist skips a few lines and moves forward . This Qlab Pro for Mac interacts with what is happening on stage or can be programmed to run in exactly the same way every night. In lighting, it allows users to create sophisticated lighting designs that mediate linking light sequences to create complex track sequences of simpler parts, and then run the sequence with a “GO” like a series of dominoes.
- Control unlimited Art-Net DMX universes.
- Created unlimited light instruments (like channels, but can have any Name, not just numbers).
- Unlimited light groups were created to collect related instruments such as “all”, “right stage”, “LED”, “floor” or “front left floor”.
- Use both traditional dimmers and more complex lights with multiple parameters (including support for percentage-based parameters, as well as direct 8-bit and 16-bit DMX parameters).
- QLab-style level fading – It’s easy to create styles and effects that you can layer and reuse.
- A cue Light changes only the levels that you set in the cue and leaves the rest unchanged.
Created sophisticated lighting designs by framing light signals to create complex signal sequences from simpler parts, then trigger the sequence with a single “GO” like a domino chain.
As with all signals in QLab, light signals can be copied, pasted, reordered, paused, resumed, and stopped at any time
All basic QLab functions are available for light signals; including linear, S-curve, or fully custom shaped fades.
See manipulate the current levels of all your lights using the light board.
If you need to sneak into live edits from the Dashboard, you can optionally tell QLab to apply the new values ”over time” so they appear smoothly.
Open the listening window to see the effects of the “blind” light signals on the dash. Close the audition window and the dashboard will instantly revert to showing the in vivo status of your lights.