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Cast Software updates its architecture

Cast Software updates its architecture

Cast Software updates its architecture

New features for VR have been added to wysiwyg R43

Cast Software has announced that the wysiwyg R43, a 64-bit application, can now be downloaded by Cast members. With this update, stability and performance can be ‘noticed across all modes’ and there are reportedly less delays and more responsiveness when switching between modes and tabs. Although the custom tabs were previously introduced in CAD mode, they are now available in design and live modes and can be used to define a customised tab view layout that can be tailored to an individual’s working preferences.

New features for VR have been added, including a companion mode where users can control VR features on behalf of the person using it. Recording the shaded view is now possible within wysiwyg using the native capture feature and setting preferences through the new shaded view output tool. Videos can be recorded in high-, medium- or low-quality settings and saved as a .MP4 file. According to the manufacturer, any shaded view can be output as an NDI stream. The update also removes any limitations related to the 32-bit software, specifically the amount of memory available to the application. Over 230 new fixtures have been added to the R43 library alongside new accessories, gels and gobos, truss and library objects. Thanks to the 64-bit architecture, 2017, 2018 and 2019 versions of the Sketchup files are compatible with R43.



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