New Beta Program

Help us testing for macOS®

April 1, 2018, by Marius Zwicker

Stagehand Outline

Almost done.

After years of personal usage we finally want to share Stagehand Live with the rest of you.

We are happy to announce the imminent public release of Stagehand Live for macOS®. As a starter we will be doing a public beta program for macOS®. Get involved today and discover how your work can be made easier.

A beta program for Linux will be started later this year. This will be announced separately.

How does it work?

Easy. Contact us using the contact form with a request to join the beta program. We will be mailing you back with an invite linking your HockeyApp account for the beta release of Stagehand Live. If you do not have an account yet, you can create one following the invite. Copies of the software obtained as part of the beta program will remain fully functional and licensed for 14 days after the release of the respective beta version. You will automatically be notified about follow up releases via your account. Of course you can end your participation any time by canceling your account.

For further details on the data processed while participating in the beta test, please see the privacy statement of HockeyApp.

Running beta software in parallel with production releases will be supported. Show, library and sequencer files will remain compatible across software builds and versions. However we do recommend not to use beta grade software in critical show environments.

Apple, the Apple logo, Mac and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. We are making use of several libraries that are maintained by the Open Source community. A full list of these libraries can be found on our attributions page.

by: Marius Zwicker
I am the creator of Stagehand Live. I also work as light and media operator at small concerts. Always with the goal to help the talent give a great performance.