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Am I right to conclude every time you start up Renoise, this script collects all vsti entries all over again? There should be a way to store this info somewhere, like it is done in the cache.
m guesing thats about a five minute wait for you!
will look into this for a future version.
The list of plugins scripts get, already is from Renoises plugin cache, so this should not be a problem.
I can`t see how to speed it up for you Jonas as if it was cached all the plugs would be be called/ menus populated roughly in the same way as the script works now.
Idea: Recent loaded plugin list, like:
-Load Plugin -> -Recent plugins -> -Recent1 -Plugin1 -Recent2 -Plugin2 -Recent3 -Plugin3 ... ...
Thanks to conner, a mac AU fix:
Added: Support for fx, including plugins and Native
– Accessable in Mixer and Track DSP menus
– Same AutoOpen Gui option available at the bottom of the VST fx menu
Edit: has anyone been able to test this on linuk for DSSI yet?
got a bug notice installing the script on another computer:
It doesn’t have any vsti installed!
FX - Awesome! I have a small request. It is possible to include all “Deprecated devices” in the (sub)menu? Please Will be great:)
Awesome work Ledger, only thing i could ask for is some kind of seperation, like favourites folders or such
Never realised i had so many VST FX installed hahaha.
Again brilliant work (Is this guy on fire at the minute or what)
Thanks for the useful tool.
Thanks all for the feedback,
new version 0.61 up with a fix when no VSTs are present on a system.
Thanks please check 0.61 which will be up in a minute…
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Another nice suggestion.
Great tool Ledger! I think I’ll find this very useful in the Mixer View. Add my vote to the cause for constructing some sort of Favorites system.
I’m using it all the time, but since my collection is huge I kinda wouldn’t mind if it opened something like this:
-Load Plugin -> Developername1 Developername2 Developername3 -> - Pluginname1 - Pluginname2 - ...
That way it shortens the pick list hugely and saves time scrolling down all the time.
I hope it’s clear what I mean.
Perhaps something like the Cubase vst loader?
It goes - Dir > Subdir > Plugin name (not filename). -Edit: this way you can sort your plugins yourself, manually (by the way you install them, eg. /compressors;/eq)
As someone already mentioned before, a way to compose your own list of favorite plugins, in a manner of a “plugin database editor” would be great. but way over the top I guess.
Thanks, by the way.
2.7 beta update added:
[b]Note: suggestions for preferences/ favourites for this tool have been worked on, though I am encountering some crashes in renoise.
Hopefully will get to the bottom of this but it may take a while.[/b]
In the mixer context menu, the “Filter” doesn’t show up here. I wonder why? I haven’t checked if any other native dsp is affected.
It would be neat if it would display the hidden/beta/outdated dsps, like shaper, in a sub menu. Wouldn’t it?