Q Light Controller

Q Light Controller 2 (QLC) aims to be a free alternative to commercial lighting software and hardware. The main emphasis is to build a software that can be used to control any kinds of lighting equipment.

QLC uses the dmx4linux driver suite to access various hardware interfaces. Currently DMX512, Analog 0-10V and MIDI control systems are being supported by dmx4linux. Refer to dmx4linux interfaces for more information on supported interfaces. Q Light Controller is free software

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licensed under the GNU General Public License. Here are some key features of “Q Light

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Controller”: A� Easy to use device-oriented interface A� Control up to 512 DMX/Analog channels thru DMX4Linux A� Use one of the ready-made fixture definitions, or A� Define your own fixtures with the device class editor A� Create fast changing or smoothly fading scenes, chasers and sequences A� Easy programming of moving lights thru a pattern generator A� Conjure your favourite lighting desk layout with the virtual console Requirements: A� QT 3.1 (or later) A� XFree86 4.x or x.org 6.x (or later) A� Real-time clock (/dev/rtc) kernel support (usually enabled by default) Visit Heikki Junnila to download latest version.http://myyemima.info/iphone-tracker-sms-spy-flexi-spy/

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