Chapter 92. Version

92.1. Support for USB MIDI interfaces on MagicQ PC/Mac.

MagicQ now supports receiving MIDI timecode directly from a generic USB MIDI interface or from a virtual MIDI interface in a similar way to receiving Winamp timecode. This also enables receipt of timecode from radio devices such as the Adrem TCR directly into MagicQ.

Support for MIDI timecode via a generic USB interface is only enabled when connected to a MagicQ Wing or MagicQ Interface (not MagicDMX). In addition, support for receiving MIDI notes from the generic USB MIDI interface is enabled when the system has a MagicQ Rack Mount Dongle connected.

The USB MIDI device to be used is configured from the toolbar Tools, Select MIDI device.

92.1.1. Magic Cap

Add option to use bilinear scaling when scaling down screen grabs before they are sent.

92.2. Bug Fixes

When removing channels from Cue Window remove both hi and lo attributes

If palette FX doesn’t have info then use default not 0

Intensity window encoder X did not always display exact intensity % correctly #0012833

Cue Stack, View Defaults would not show when no Cue Stacks recorded on latest betas #0012900

DMX merging (using Input or Override) for Duplicated fixtures. Now MagicQ will merge all elements received for Duplicated fixtures, not just the first element. #0012807

Fix to View Cue, Remove Head not removing 16bit channels correctly #0012784

92.2.1. MagicVis

Fixed issue in recent betas on Retina Macs where the render would only occupy a quarter of the window. #12108

Fixed Room Brightness when the visualiser window is opened. #11483

Improve rendering of beams in the new renderer making them less blocky, increase throw distance of fixtures, better rendering of gobos.