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Re: Cuda

Postby jorismak » Wed Jun 11, 2014 9:17 am

depends. If you use Nebula64, you need to put the x64 DLLs in system32.

If you use 32bit Nebula, you need to put the x86 DLLs in SysWow64.

Bit confusing in the name, I get it, but 32bit dlls go in SysWow64, 64bit DLLS go into system32 :S.
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Re: Cuda

Postby vperesyp » Wed Jun 11, 2014 6:36 pm

Thank you!
You are the lifesaver.
I've moved x64 bridge file in win32 directory and now looks like i can load vnxt reverb on it.
But I've tried to load Rayphlex compressor ( 10 kerns) and it overload the system.
Do I need make some other changes in nebula xml file or that Cuda is only for reverb programms?
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Re: Cuda

Postby jorismak » Wed Jun 11, 2014 9:26 pm

As you've read here (you did read the topic before, right?) Cuda works only / works best on long-tail programs, like Reverbs. I think the compressor program (don't have it, can't check) has too short kernels, or mixes different kernel-lengths (you can check in the 'kern' tab in Nebula itself).
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Re: Cuda

Postby Support » Thu Jun 12, 2014 12:17 pm

jorismak wrote:depends. If you use Nebula64, you need to put the x64 DLLs in system32.

If you use 32bit Nebula, you need to put the x86 DLLs in SysWow64.

Bit confusing in the name, I get it, but 32bit dlls go in SysWow64, 64bit DLLS go into system32 :S.


Please all customer can confirm this behavior?
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Re: Cuda

Postby jorismak » Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:19 pm

I wasn't stating a bug in your Nebula files, I was explaining a general Windows x64 thing that (in theory) has nothing to do with Acustica.

SysWow64 folder is the folder for 32-bit-compatibility, to 32 bit files go there.
System32 folder is the normal system folder, so under Windows x64 the 64-bit files go there, and under Windows x86 the 32-bit files go there.

Windows x64 has a nasty habbit of trying to be 'smart' for you. If you copy & paste a 32-bit file into the System32 folder (by using the windows explorer for instance), but will move the file 'for you' to the SysWow64 folder :).

So yeah, the 64-bit Cuda bridge .dll should go into the System32 folder, because that's where 64-bit files belong under Windows (dumb to name it system32, but that's legacy for you).
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Re: Cuda

Postby Support » Thu Jun 12, 2014 8:20 pm

jorismak wrote:I wasn't stating a bug in your Nebula files, I was explaining a general Windows x64 thing that (in theory) has nothing to do with Acustica.

SysWow64 folder is the folder for 32-bit-compatibility, to 32 bit files go there.
System32 folder is the normal system folder, so under Windows x64 the 64-bit files go there, and under Windows x86 the 32-bit files go there.

Windows x64 has a nasty habbit of trying to be 'smart' for you. If you copy & paste a 32-bit file into the System32 folder (by using the windows explorer for instance), but will move the file 'for you' to the SysWow64 folder :).

So yeah, the 64-bit Cuda bridge .dll should go into the System32 folder, because that's where 64-bit files belong under Windows (dumb to name it system32, but that's legacy for you).


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Re: Cuda

Postby jorismak » Thu Jun 12, 2014 8:54 pm

The files you posted in the official Cuda thread, are those the same files Giancarlo posted here or are they newer?
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Re: Cuda

Postby Support » Fri Jun 13, 2014 9:47 am

jorismak wrote:The files you posted in the official Cuda thread, are those the same files Giancarlo posted here or are they newer?


Same files...
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