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Engine Software B.V. / Engine Software

Engine Software B.V. / Engine Software


With the right tools, architectural rendering can feel like a part of the design process, an activity that emboldens your craft and inspires your vision for the final result.

Lumion breathes life into rendering, making the process simple and enjoyable from the moment you import your model until you render out a beautiful image, video or 360 panorama.

It helps to show the beauty and personality in your project, and it makes the experience of your design visible for everyone to see,В long before the project actually gets built.

With every iteration and last-minute client presentation, LumionВ energizes your professional output, brings joy to the rendering process, and helps you, the architect, focus on what really matters to you.

There is something about life you just can’t design in CAD.

Maybe it’s the unpredictability. The inherent chaos.
Or how our individual perspectives color and texture experience.

Whatever it is, one thing is for certain — life is full of feeling. And you can’t get a feeling from a CAD model.

With Lumion, you can render the beauty of life into your work.

Render the pale light of winter or the heavy heat of summer. Render a change of your mind, render at every scale. Render anything you can dream, and render everything with ease.

In the evolving fields of architecture, engineering and construction, renderings and architectural visualizations have become an integral tool for professionals who need to communicate their project ideas with clients, colleagues and others. Lumion turns the process of rendering into a simple, satisfying experience, reducing the amount of effort needed on your end to create beautiful results.

Lumion is so easy to use. As soon as you open the software, you fall in love with it.

Lead Designer, TEN OVER STUDIO

I feel proud that I can bring 2D spaces to life and craft visuals that inspire people to take action, to protect or conserve or enhance nature in public spaces.

Founding Principal, Future Landscapes

When we apply the trees, the lighting and the sky, Lumion makes our design look so realistic. It makes it so alive. You almost feel like you can close your eyes and be inside the rendering.

Director of Design & Development, The Luxe Design Studios

Lumion brings life back into the process. It makes architecture fun and exciting, and it helps bring energy to the project.

Co-Founder, Bryant Design Studios

Lumion is fully compatible with almost every 3D and CAD program

The idea behind Lumion is widespread compatibility to ensure that simple and fast architectural visualization is available to every architect and designer, no matter the 3D or CAD modeling software they use. Everything is designed to save you time.

With LiveSync, Lumion’s real-time rendering feature, you can create a live connection between Lumion and the major CAD programs. Even if LiveSync isn’t available for your CAD software, you should still be able to enjoy seamless import, model reimport and compatibility.

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Software downloads, updates, and manuals for Engine DJ software solutions


What’s new?

Engine DJ platforms are ever-evolving, bringing new abilities and expanded connectivity on a regular basis. Discover all the new features and improvements of the latest updates below. For the best experience, we recommended updating to the latest version.

Fixed an issue where the moving waveforms would drift out of sync after passing the play head

Fixed migration issues that caused corrupt and incompatible drive dialogs for some users after migrating to Engine DJ v2.0.0

Other various stability enhancements & improvements

Improved drag and drop behavior when moving playlists between external drives

Remove tracks from device dialog displays every time the ‘remove from collection/drive’ option is used for external collections

Fixed an issue that caused inverted waveform colors the first time a track was loaded to the deck

Fixed an issue where performance data was not retained if it was added to a track that had been played for less than 30 seconds

Fixed an issue where the analysis would fail for a Serato library import if the Serato library folders were on an external drive

Fixed an issue that caused streaming tracks to be omitted from the history list after closing and reopening the application

Fixed an issue that caused Dropbox Playlists to show as empty if the Playlist import was queued

Fixed an issue where Engine DJ was referred to as ‘EnginePrime’ in Windows Task Manager

Fixed an issue where a selection of multiple streaming tracks was not properly highlighted

Fixed an issue that caused a Dropbox file to appear as missing if the track was playing and packed to a drive

Fixed various application instabilities that caused crashes for some users

Other various stability enhancements & improvements

New Playlists – Playlist and Crates are now combined into a single comprehensive list (Playlists), taking along with it the best aspects of both list types. Lists can be nested, reordered, and contain tracks from multiple drives. The tracks within a Playlist can be sorted and reordered as needed. Packed tracks from removable drives no longer show as duplicates in the home collection.

New Database – The database in 2.0 has been completely rebuilt to provide accelerated browsing, lightning-fast song analysis, enhanced system stability, and a significantly smaller database size. These new under the hood adjustments offer the user a streamlined experience when managing, browsing, and playing the music they love. Updated User Interface – The 2.0 interface has been redesigned to provide a more intuitive and creative workflow. The layout and location of controls have remained mostly the same, but several visual adjustments have been made to improve the overall user experience.

Play History Upgrades – History lists from connected drives are now automatically added to the home collection and can be viewed from the new History tab without the drive connected. By default, History lists are named with the performance date but can be renamed as desired. History lists include the Start Time of when the track was played on an Engine OS device and can be easily imported as Playlists via right-click. In addition to Start Time, another new metadata option for Play Count has been added to the History lists to help users identify the most popular tracks from their Engine OS History lists.

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SoundSwitch Data Export – SoundSwitch users can now export their venue and light show data via the Sync Manager. Once the export option has been enabled, a SoundSwitch metadata column will be available in the library. Tracks with auto or customized light shows (scripts) will show a dot in this column.

Apple M1 Compatibility – Engine DJ 2.0 is now compatible with Apple computer models with M1 processors.

Third-party Library Upgrades – Third-party music Collections can now be imported in full via right-click on the respective Collection list. Crate/Playlist play order, as well as Cue/Loop color, are now retained on import.

rekordbox Import Upgrades – Users now have an option to import either Memory Cues/Loops or Hot Cues/Loops when importing rekordbox tracks into Engine DJ.

Drag and Drop Folder Import – Dragging a file system folder with subfolders into Engine DJ now creates a new Playlist tree mirroring the folder structure and contents.

Optimized Sync Manager export times

The device panel now shows the internal hard drive

Beat Jump / Loop size no longer resets on track load

Fixed an issue that caused continuous file checking when analyzing

“Do you want to Exit” dialogue box focus on “No” button changes to no focus within 2 secs

Grid dot is not displayed after re-syncing the track info of an external analyzed track, back to local

Fixed an issue where tracks fail to load to players if containing certain characters when exported via Sync Manager

Fixed an issue where hovering over a drive in a collapsed state wouldn’t expand the drive collection structure

Fixed an issue where analysis / re-analysis would not work after importing the same Serato library for the second time in a single session

Fixed an issue that prevented batch selection exit when clicking the preview waveform of the last selected track

Fixed an issue where the Beat Jump forward button remained highlighted when using the keyboard shortcut

Fixed an issue where the Beat Grid lock icon on deck state was determined by the track last loaded to a deck

Beat grid markers can be set in front of the last user set beat grid marker

Fixed an issue where Dropbox could not be enabled after importing files that have already been packed to Dropbox

Fixed an issue where track metadata was not reflected in track file ID3 data when the track was loaded to a deck

Tracks from unsupported drives cannot be loaded to a deck

Fixed an issue where the collapsed state of Playlists did not persevere when selecting a new drive in the Sync Manager panel

Fixed an issue where double-clicking to expand a playlist made it unclickable

Fixed an issue where dragging a folder onto Playlist root would not create a playlist with the folder’s content

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Fixed an issue where the file system browser would show incorrect drive name after drive ejection/connection

Fixed an issue where folder/list drag and drop to collection list did not work as expected if the top-level collection list was larger than the available space

Fixed an issue where half/double beat grid edit buttons were not greyed out at end of the range when an anchor was set

Fixed an issue where Loop icons would disappear after ejecting a track with Saved Loops

Fixed an issue where Loops created in rekordbox were imported as cue points

Fixed an issue where naming a playlist the same name – Sync Manager would double the Playlist if it were a sub-Playlist of another Playlist

Fixed an issue where performance data was not resynced from an external drive if a third-party library track was analyzed before packing

Fixed an issue where performance data was not resynced from external drive to local library if un-analyzed tracks were imported via file system browser

Fixed an issue where re-import track information took a very long due to checking files

Fixed an issue where the Sync Manager tooltips would show through when you have drive preferences open

Fixed an issue where no visual indication was present when tabbing through Sync Manager elements

Fixed an issue where the track end warning slider latched onto cursor/mouse scroll with no click

Fixed an issue where track list was not available after EP launch if Dropbox was enabled

Fixed an issue where the track list view was unavailable during import or third-party library update

Fixed an issue where Playlists are not present in the collection however the context menu displayed remove/rename options

Fixed an issue where selecting Grid dot column header as the first selection in a multiple sort, the second column selected was labeled 3 instead of 2

Other various stability enhancements & improvements

The Engine DJ 2.0 database has been rebuilt to improve stability and performance. Drives exported from Engine Desktop 2.0 will only work with Engine OS 2.0.

On the first use of Engine DJ 2.0, Engine DJ will migrate earlier databases to the new format while maintaining the collection structure and preserving the 1.x.x database.

This migration process can take some time depending on your collection size. For larger databases on removable drives, it is recommended to use Engine DJ on the desktop for faster database migration.

Note that the preserved 1.x.x database can still be used in earlier versions of Engine OS 1.x.x, however, performance data changes made in the 2.0 database are not backward compatible with the previous Engine PRIME databases or Engine OS hardware running 1.x.x OS software.

For Engine DJ 2.0 compatibility, PRIME Series mixers require the following firmware updates: X1800 v1.6 and X1850 v1.5. Mixer firmware can be downloaded from denondj.com/downloads

Engine Lighting requires a SoundSwitch branded DMX to USB interface. Third-party DMX interfaces are not supported at this time.

MCX8000 hardware does not support the new Engine DJ v2.0 database. MCX8000 users should continue using the final build of Engine PRIME (v1.6.1) to prepare their drives.


Engine Software B.V. / Engine Software


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