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Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #150
Exactly the same situation @misio
I'm using iZotope Insight2.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #151
foobar2000 is an audio player, not a DAW. It's highly unlikely that the internal architecture optimized for fast and efficient audio playback will be broken and changed to make VST plugins able to update their UIs in realtime. The VST support was added for audio effect supports, not for eye candy.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #152
foobar2000 is an audio player, not a DAW. It's highly unlikely that the internal architecture optimized for fast and efficient audio playback will be broken and changed to make VST plugins able to update their UIs in realtime. The VST support was added for audio effect supports, not for eye candy.
Yeah (I think anyone should understand that foobar2000 is not a DAW even though you can use DSPs within converter), but there is "Visualize with VST" that allows you to visualize audio with VST audio analysis plugins with minimal latency (but obviously it would not change audio output at all), which I use with AnSpec analog-style spectrum analyzer VST

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #153
Does this VST dsp work with more than stereo?
Should work. Do you know any specific VSTs that fail?

I tested  two upmix VSTs and while the gui of the VSTs shows that they work only the left and right channel is in the output.

Hello,

Same here. No signal from rear, center and LFE channels of (at least one) 5.1 upmix VST with no error reported. Upmix VST was working fine with old VST component. (Foobar 1.6.16 and VST component 0.11.7). Thanks for your work BTW.

Cheers.


I gave it a try again but the problem is still the same.  With stereo input there is only stereo output.



Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #156
@Peter
thank you so much for this component, it's great.
I used to run a software crossover using the RS-MET vst in foobar for my speakers.
Unfortunately, the Channel Mixer component is not available in 64 bit, which was ideal to swap and combine channels.
It seems that the code is not available for a recompile. Could a in/out channel matrix be easily implemented into the VST adapter? Or as a separate foobar component? I have no idea how much work it would be, but it would make DSP in foobar much more flexible/

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #157
Hi,
thank you for this component, permitting use UAD VST3 plugins. The only problem is, if i use a vst3,  the lag it introduce to start the playing.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #158
so when i click play (or with remote) it take 5 to 10 seconds before sound start...

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #159
there is "Visualize with VST" that allows you to visualize audio with VST audio analysis plugins with minimal latency (but obviously it would not change audio output at all), which I use with AnSpec analog-style spectrum analyzer VST
I tried that with Youlean's Loudness meter, was considering to get the pro version, but...

I tried the RC 2.5.6, 64bit, one through the DSP and another instance at the same time through the method you mentioned.

I am no longer considering to go for the pro version, because the results were conflicting to say the least... there was soooo much difference in reported values between the two methods that I don't know which one showed 'correct' numbers... even the graphs looked totally different....

And there definitely was latency through the visualization method.... at least a couple of seconds after the DSP method showed output