Imimot has released an updated to Vezér, their timeline-based MIDI/OSC/DMX audiovisual sequencer.
Vezér 1.6 is here offers 15 new features & other enhancements.
Here’s what’s new in Vezér 1.6:
Vezér 1.6 extends the capabilities of Cues by adding Cue Types and repeat modes, aka Cue Loops. Cue modes are color-coded to help you visually separate them, and they display relevant information like number of loops left.
There are 2 Cue types in Vezér 1.6, Marker Cue and Stop Cue. Both have option to work as a loop, either a number of times or infinitely. The Cue Settings Panel is available by right-clicking or double-clicking on a Cue. Vezér 1.6 also adds a number of new OSC commands to working with Cues, like jumping to or triggering a specific Cue.
14bit MIDI support
Vezér 1.6 adds support for sending and recording of 14-bit MIDI CC messages.
14-bit MIDI is the Continuous Controller feature of the MIDI specification, where any of the first 32 controls (MSB – CC 0-31) can be optionally paired with a control offset 32 higher (LSB – CC 32-63), using them as coarse and fine parameters of a 14-bit value, and this way allow using 16,384 possible values instead of 127.
16bit Art-Net & New Art-Net Channel Settings
Vezér 1.6 adds support for sending 16bit Art-Net values by merging two consecutive DMX channels. This option is available for both Art-Net Color and Value Tracks.
Vezér 1.6 also adds support for incoming MMC Transport commands. The following commands are currently supported:
Other additions include:
- JSON Keyframe data Import
- Added option to use 5 fraction digits with OSC Keyframes
- Enable/Disable Playhead following during Playback
- Now you can use CMD+Arrow keys to switch between Compositions
- Now you can use Trackpad Pinch gesture to Zoom In/Out
A single user license is available for US $99.00. Vezér 1.6 is a free update for existing users, but requires at least OS X 10.8. See the Imimot site for details.