Our amazing developers are releasing so often that it’s hard to keep up! Today’s release is UpStage v1.19.0 – code-named Rheineck-19, and as well as some security fixes and geeky back=end stuff, here’s a summary of the things that artists creating UpStage will want to know about.
The latest update to the UpStage code includes the new Studio!
It’s time to go, 1.0!
We are thrilled to announce that today, 26 November 2021, we have officially released version 1.0 of the New UpStage!
Squashing bugs and tweaking workflows!
The 12th beta release of the new UpStage was released on 27 October 2021.
The new UpStage platform will be launched at the Mobilise/Demobilise festival, which takes place online over the weekend of 15-17 October 2021.
The newly mobilised UpStage platform will be launched with a festival of cyberformance exploring the theme “mobilise/demobilise” 15-17 October 2021. Times and live links are available on www.mobilise-demobilise.eu. Mobilise/Demobilise began as an artistic response to a world of increasing conflict, crisis and emergency, before Covid19 […]
Another developer, another release …
The UpStage development team has been joined by Vu Huynh, who is a front-end/VueJS developer. Vu joins us from Vietnam and will be working closely with Nguyen Hong Phat as we near our 1.0 release. Follow Vu on GitHub: https://github.com/vuhuynhsk8 That exciting release came ever […]
Latest release adds media licensing tools
Release R15-2021 of the beta UpStage v4 (codenamed 7-A39) introduces the ability to attach copyright and licensing details to individual media items.
The next beta release …
Paul Rohrlach announces the release of version 0.4.0 of the UpStage software.
First beta release of the new platform!
We are very happy to announce the first beta release of the new UpStage!