QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by ace » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:51 pm

This looks absolutely amazing.
I love the functionality of QLC+ & have already learned so much from the intuitive workflow.
I'm very excited about V.5. QLC+ Rocks!!
Thanks for all your hard work & such great software.

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by Terek4 » Sun Feb 19, 2017 12:51 pm

Hi,
Any new info about QLC+5?

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by NEA » Tue Feb 21, 2017 8:35 pm

Very impressive.
Just a suggestion to provide us with better item placement in show=> could it be possible to
1) Have timeline markers (as DAW do)
2) View the sound waveform.
This last one allow us to synchronize the sound with the lights.

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by mcallegari » Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:14 am

NEA wrote:1) Have timeline markers (as DAW do)
2) View the sound waveform.
Given the fact that QLC+ goal is not to become a DAW, the waveform preview was available in QLC+ 4, so it will be there as well in QLC+ 5.

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by Chris De Rock » Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:58 am

i have seen you created the first fixures for the 3d view. maybe we can help you with that. have you some specs for that?

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by mcallegari » Fri Mar 10, 2017 9:21 am

Chris De Rock wrote:i have seen you created the first fixures for the 3d view. maybe we can help you with that. have you some specs for that?
Thanks but not yet. I have serious issues with transformation matrices and most likely I found a bug in the Qt 3D module.
When the time comes, I'll surely ask for help on designing a 3D library (not only fixtures ;) )

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by Chris De Rock » Fri Mar 10, 2017 9:24 am

Maybe we get some new and cool 3d features with upcomming qt releases. Nvidia has contributed some code: https://blog.qt.io/blog/2017/02/20/intr ... 3d-studio/

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by BHLighting » Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:45 pm

If I may be so bold as to chime in on this thread:

1) The new interface looks amazing. I cannot wait to see it fully functional! I forked QLC+ 4 a few weeks ago to begin my own work on a new UI; it looks like I won't have to bother! Hooray!

2) I hope you'll please consider 3D visualization as the last priority, maybe release a beta when everything else is working... I say that out of personal interest, as I've already purchased Capture, the commercial 3D visualization package. :-D Having all the other features complete would be enough for me to be happy...

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by Silicon_Knight » Sat Mar 25, 2017 4:06 am

Massimo, all I can say is: Wow!!

Every time you release a preview of QLC+ 5, I see more and more features that I didn't ever realize I needed! Please keep up the hard work, and let the community know how we can help.

This is such an amazing project and there are so many of us that really love this software and can't wait to see the next evolution in Cinque!!

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Re: QLC+ 5 Preview - Update #2

Post by Terek4 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:12 am

Hi,
How about qcl+ 5 project? Any info when you release final version?

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