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Topic: Re: foobar2000 v2.0"Could not negotiate VST audio format" [split] (Read 1548 times) previous topic - next topic - Topic derived from foobar2000 v2.0 bugs
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Re: foobar2000 v2.0"Could not negotiate VST audio format" [split]

"Could not negotiate VST audio format"... What is going on? Please help!

Re: Re: foobar2000 v2.0"Could not negotiate VST audio format" [split]

Reply #1
(Thread split from "foobar2000 v2.0 bugs")

Patience please, I'll be looking over VST issues again soon.
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Re: Re: foobar2000 v2.0"Could not negotiate VST audio format" [split]

Reply #3
On 1.6.14
I can get that message when using DMG Equilibrium(also a fancy EQ) with the VST3 version(32 and 64bit) of it. The VST2 version works fine.
Now how it happens: All versions of the VST mentioned do work(open the EQ for settings and plays music), music stops and that message pops up only when going to the next song with a different sample rate(using vst3). And if I press play, foobar starts the next song just fine and keeps going until the next sample rate change.

All the other VSTs I tried so far would either work fine or not work at all, only Equilibrium behaved like I described so I thought it might not be all that obvious to diagnose and decided to share this in case it's of any help.

Re: foobar2000 v2.0"Could not negotiate VST audio format" [split]

Reply #4
On 1.6.14
I can get that message when using DMG Equilibrium(also a fancy EQ) with the VST3 version(32 and 64bit) of it. The VST2 version works fine.
Now how it happens: All versions of the VST mentioned do work(open the EQ for settings and plays music), music stops and that message pops up only when going to the next song with a different sample rate(using vst3). And if I press play, foobar starts the next song just fine and keeps going until the next sample rate change.

All the other VSTs I tried so far would either work fine or not work at all, only Equilibrium behaved like I described so I thought it might not be all that obvious to diagnose and decided to share this in case it's of any help.

In my case, Fabfilter plugins are not working at all... Regardless either it's 64bit VST3 or 64bit VST2... The DMG Audio Tracklimit is working fine... BTW my plugins are legit and running flawlessly in my DAW and JRiver 29...