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VEP plugin: GUI of served plugin
Last post Wed, Jul 03 2019 by Paul, 3 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Jul 02 2019 11:40
by Duggle
Joined on Tue, Jul 02 2019, Posts 18

Sorry for the basic question, I'm on a learning curve...

Is it possible to edit VSTi plugins via their GUI from the DAW when they are hosted by a remote VEP server?

If not, is it possible to select presets remotely?

If not, what is the expected workflow? I'm considering Pianoteq where I might want to tweak the model for a particular session. When the VSTi is hosted in the DAW conventionally, the GUI allows easy editing and the plugin state stays saved in the session. 

Thanks for any input. 

Posted on Wed, Jul 03 2019 03:36
by Duggle
Joined on Tue, Jul 02 2019, Posts 18

From what I've gathered (someone please correct me...)

VST Plugin parameters are generally edited through the VST plugin's GUI as presented in the VEP instance and that this is accessed on the slave machine's video monitor, or through remote desktop software such as VNC.

The VST plugin state is saved across across the network into the DAW session automatically via the VEP plugin. 

When a DAW session is loaded, the VEP plugin requests a template from the server then transfers the session's settings for the VST plugins to the server.

Is this correct? Thanks for any comments.

Posted on Wed, Jul 03 2019 08:58
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13475

Hi Duggle, 

GUI editing always needs some access to the interface on the networked computer (seperate monitor, VNC or similar). 

You CAN automate all automatable parameters of any plug-in with VE PRO 7 (the plug-in developers decide what they offer), with any controllers you assign to the parameters. 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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