Fyrlykt 0.1.4 (Windows) | Art Lasovsky

Fyrlykt 0.1.4 (Windows)

Application for Loupedeck+ & DaVinci Resolve

This is the first version and it still in development, so something may not working...

The name - "Fyrlykt" means "beacon" on Norwegian.

Links:

Download App for Windows [ v.0.1.4 ] | GitHub Repo

Fyrlykt Manual [PDF]

Support further development via Donation

I would glad to hear any feedback: your ideas or any issues. Please write me email or send me DM in Instagram

Current status:

[03.01.2021] - Great news!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, who visits my website!

I do not have too much to tell about the progress since my last October update, because I do not have any time to continue my work on app. But here is the good news, I almost finished one of my biggest side project and will have more time to invest in Fyrlykt development. Other very good news is that I will have a MacBook (finally) to build and test macOS version of the app. I still want to make some optimization work and will add support of the wheels and will check compatilibity with a new Davinci Resolve 17 Beta.

I want to publish the next big update for both platforms by the beginning of February, so stay tuned.

Thanks for your interest, feedback and for your support.

Compatibility:

- Current build of the app is only for Windows right now, because I don't have a Mac, so I can't build it for macOS, but I'm looking for solution...
- I'm testing it with Windows 10, Loupedeck+ and DaVinci Resolve 16 (with standard Resolve shortcuts), but it should partially work with Original Loupedeck panel and previous DaVinci Resolve versions.
- IMPORTANT! It will not work with active Loupedeck software (you need to close it), because it use MIDI channel, and only one application can connect per one device.

Roadmap:

Next version (0.1.5) will be released in February

- Support for Color Wheels and other Color Page controls
- Add own shortcuts and save multiple "user" configurations
- macOS version
- Update manual

I have plans for further development and support more features and customizations.. I'll be happy to hear your feedback and ideas and for any type of support.

Changelog:

0.1.4:
- Move from Python to Golang for better performance (also fixed issue when some shortcuts may not working).
- Fix issue with FN + Knob shortcuts.
- UI improvements.
- Checking for new version & notify if it available.

Current features:

- you can bind all default Resolve shortcut to any Loupedeck+ button or knob (fn + button/knob also works) (original Loupedeck should work too, except few buttons..., I will add support for it later).
- you can save your custom key configuration
- app sending shortcuts only to DaVinci Resolve
- app starting minimized and hidden in windows tray (click on icon to open app window)

Special thanks:

- For my wife, Tanya Lasovsky (https://tanya.lasovsky.com) for the logotype, support and inspiration
- Erik Werlin for active feedback and testing (https://www.instagram.com/erikwerlin/)
- Neroud Suleiman for the first donation
- Loupedeck Team for this amazing tool
- DaVinci Resolve users community
- to everyone who made this awesome tools (Electron.js, React.js, TypeScript, Golang and more) which helps me to start this project

Thanks for donations for:

Neroud Suleiman | Seherzada Maljoku | sudostudio | Bruce Hyre

DaVinci Resolve & Loupedeck

Connect your Loupedeck+ panel to DaVinci Resolve

Fyrlykt — an application for your Loupedeck+ console to make it compatible with DaVinci Resolve.

Platform: Windows (cross-platform source-code)

Version: 0.1.4 (Beta)

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