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VE Pro to get VI Pro functionality?
Last post Mon, Sep 13 2010 by hazza, 5 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Sep 12 2010 16:11
by hazza
Joined on Mon, Jun 13 2005, London, Posts 36

Hi folks

Sorry if I've missed this in other threads (can't find it anywhere), but can someone confirm whether VE Pro is due to be updated with the new features of VI Pro, or is VI Pro a separate upgrade that will operate within the VE Pro environment?

If VE Pro is going to be upgraded, when is this likely to happen?

Many thanks

Harry

Posted on Sun, Sep 12 2010 19:07
by pianosound
Joined on Fri, Oct 02 2009, Posts 41
Hi Harry,Vi Pro is just an upgrade to VI. And Vi and Vi Pro both work as stand alone or within Ve Pro, seperate programs. Hope that helps,,, Mike
PT's 003r, 10/11 | Win 7 64 bit | i7 920 | 12 gigs ram | VeP, VIP, Solo Strings | Waves Platinum | Ivory 2 |
Posted on Sun, Sep 12 2010 22:33
by Karel
Joined on Mon, Jan 19 2009, Belgium, Posts 2173

VI Pro is available as a seperate product and is also integrated into the latest versions of VE Pro.

Karel Bassez
Software Engineer
Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Mon, Sep 13 2010 01:10
by jeremyroberts
Joined on Thu, Apr 17 2003, New York, NY USA, Posts 282
Karel wrote:

VI Pro is available as a seperate product and is also integrated into the latest versions of VE Pro.

Karel,

I know what you meant by saying it's "integrated", but I can see a newbie thinking it's built in.... allow me (for the original poster):

The "integration" of VI Pro and VE Pro allows certain global functions in VE Pro to work with VI Pro. And VE Pro is now aware of VI pro. But the products remain separate, and unique.

VI Pro "simply" is an optional upgrade to the VI software. If you want the extra features, get it. Otherwise, you can continue to use the bundled player.

VE Pro hosts plugins and is a server for VIs. Be it from VSL or any other AU or VST plugs.... (oversimplification)

You can use one, or the other, or both. If you use VSL libraries, VI Pro is a great upgrade, with lots of value.

I hope this answers the original question.

Posted on Mon, Sep 13 2010 08:24
by hazza
Joined on Mon, Jun 13 2005, London, Posts 36

Ok now I understand I have to buy VI Pro additionally if I want the extra functions. Thanks for clearing that up.

Cheers

Harry

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