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VE Pro and Ivory : ( Ivory not being recognised AT all?
Last post Sat, Sep 01 2012 by KompoB, 5 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2012 09:24
by KompoB
Joined on Wed, Dec 07 2005, Berlin, Posts 11

Hi guys,

VE Pro 5.1.11262 and the last version of Ivory 1.72.01 (x64) here. 

It seems like VEP is just ignoring Ivory. I have to jbridge it (which is pointless, cos the plugin is native 64-bit) to make it being recognised by VEP. I really want to avoid using jbridge tho, cos it's not reliable at all.

From the forum posts it seemed like this bug had been fixed in the past already?

Any suggestions anyone?

Thanks, guys! Best,

Stefan

Tags: Ivory VE PRO
Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2012 09:52
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 11045

Hi Stefan, 

Did you double-check that you have assigned the right VST plug-in folder for your 64 bit plug-ins?

Best, 

Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2012 10:42
by KompoB
Joined on Wed, Dec 07 2005, Berlin, Posts 11

Hi Paul,

yes, I'm positive on that. All plugins are in the same directory, all plugins are recognised - except Ivory : (

Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2012 18:40
by Austin
Joined on Thu, Oct 31 2002, California, Posts 372

Hi Stefan,

I'm an Ivory user as well running version 1.72 on Windows 7 and it seems to be working fine here running VE PRO Build 11262 under the 64 bit Server mode.

When I go to add plug-in, Ivory shows up here. Are you certain that your Ivory.dll file is stored where VE PRO is looking? My plug-in is stored under program files/synthogy/vstplugins/ so I added that unique path in the VST Settings window and then did a 'rescan all' to ensure that it found it.

Another possibility is that you are trying this on the Vienna Server 32 bit mode instead of the 64 bit one.

Potato
Posted on Sat, Sep 01 2012 11:25
by KompoB
Joined on Wed, Dec 07 2005, Berlin, Posts 11

Hey Austin and everyone,

thanks for your replies and ideas. I was actually able to resolve the whole thing. I had manually copied the Ivory DLL from C:\Programme\Synthogy\Vstplugins to my one VST folder (C:\VST) where all the other DLLs are. That usually works fine with everything.

Now thanks to you guys I tried pointing VEP to that Synthogy VST folder as well and - behold! - it's been recognised. Cool. Thanks!!

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