Archive for the 'Bugs' Category

Video Cue updated

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

I’ve released a small update to the Video Cue. It fixes: at least one scenario in which an initial white frame could be displayed instead of the first video frame a bug that could lead to a crash when a Video Cue is first run It is a small change and I recommend that you [...]

Video Cue rolled back to 1.1.4

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

Three days ago we released Video Cue 1.1.5, which was intended to provide more aggressive buffering for higher performance. Several users have reported this version of the cue has caused serious problems on their systems. Therefore, we are rolling back to version 1.1.4, available from the Update Manager. Apologies for any trouble this may have [...]

Sound and Video Cues Updated

Saturday, May 26th, 2007

The Sound and Video Cues have been updated today to fix a bug relating to the way start and end times were set when the target file changes or becomes invalid. You can grab the new cues from the Update Manager.

Video Cue 1.0.4 Available

Sunday, April 22nd, 2007

This release fixes a handful of important bugs with the Video Cue; I recommend updating. Changes are as follows: Fixed a bug that could cause QLab to crash when playing multiple Video Cues. Fixed a problem where the final frame of a video could pop to 100% visibility when “stop target when done” was checked [...]

Quicktime 7.1.5 crashes the party

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Just in time for the release of the new Video Cue, Apple goes and releases Quicktime 7.1.5; aka “Major Breakage Edition.” The breakage in QLab is that Video Cues will stutter and drop frames for the first half second or two when a Video Cue starts playing. I’m actively exploring a fix, but if you [...]

The Most Ironic of All Possible Bugs

Friday, September 29th, 2006

When QLab first starts, it checks for a recent crash log and offers to send it back to Figure 53 so we can examine the crash information. Under certain circumstances, this check can…yes, you guessed it, lead to a crash. It’d be funny if it weren’t so annoying. At the moment, if you run into [...]

One more MIDI note

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006

For those of you playing with MIDI and finding that ugly crashing bug the second time you fire a MIDI Cue, don’t worry—this was a simple and stupid bug that crept into the last release. It has been fixed and will not be present in the next release…which should be available some time tonight. Heh. [...]

Oops! MIDI Cues won’t load on Intel machines

Saturday, September 9th, 2006

There was one oversight in the recent merging of QLab and QLab Pro: the status of each component as a Universal or PPC-only binary. Everything in QLab is compiled as a Universal binary except the MIDI cues. Thus, on an Intel machine the application is loaded as a Universal binary, but when it gets to [...]

Wanted: Help Recreating the “drag onto workspace” Crash

Thursday, May 25th, 2006

Since adding the automatic crash report feature, I have received only one kind of crash log. Namely, QLab will occasionally crash when dragging sound files onto the workspace. If you have experienced this, and can help describe the circumstances in which this crash happens, please add your feedback to ticket 154: Since this is [...]

0.9.511 Available, and an important warning

Sunday, April 30th, 2006

There are some helpful workflow features added in this version. Cues now have command-key shortcuts to add them to your workspace, and you can reorder the order of the cues in the Qbox by dragging them to new locations. Important: Recently a crash occurred when running QLab on 10.4.6 that appears to be the same [...]

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