Hi, I've just migrated to Cubase 64bit, and have upgraded Nebula to Nebula Pro in order to have the 64bit plugin.
It installs OK, and loads fine by default but after I copied all my Programs and Vectors files across into the working directory it's causing some problems.
When you load a Nebula plugin, it takes a minute or two to scan to find the programs, and then it works OK (apart from a couple of program names which look 'blank' - ie; just a number like '763').
But then if I remove the Nebula plugin, it causes Cubase to crash.
Do I need to clean up my program files somehow, or is there something not compatible in them?
Many thanks for your help again!
[Edit: I wonder if it's also something to do with Win7 read/write permissions?]
[Edit 2]Permissions seem to be alright: I've reinstalled Nebula and copied ONLY the programs and vectors into the new install and seems to be better. It still takes a minute or so to initialise every time you load the plugin (the meter lights stay lit up and the display is blank) but then when it starts it works as expected UNLESS you choose one of the 'blank' numbers in which case it causes crash unloading plugin]
I don't use Cubase, but Nebula is nebula, I think. Why are you moving the programs and vectors. The nebulatemprepository can stay wherever it already has been, just point Nebula to it in the xml files. Also, any time I do a major reinstallation, I always delete all of the files in the temp folder (in the temprpository), and delete the scanboot file in the setups folder. But I am betting that your moving those programs and vectors is not a good thing. Especially if you take them out of the nebulatemprepository and not change the xml to tell Nebula where to find them. Another thing to try is to re-run the license file that Acustica sent you to authorize after you sent them your ser file. Basically, after ypu installed Cubase, there is no reason for you to move your programs and vectors unless you are moving the whole temprepository, like to a different HD or reinstalling an OS (and not even necessarily then)
@Richie - yeah, I'd decided to reformat the hard-drive and re-install the operating system in order get a 'clean' version of Cubase running. I figured as long as I backed up the Programs & Vectors it'd be good to just move them back into the appropriate folders.
02. Uninstall Nebula only. Not the library. 03. Delete .SER files in your hard drive (NEBULA2.SER or NEBULA3.SER, etc)
I renamed it '.old' and moved it out of the folder.
04. Delete your TEMP folder in NebulaTempRepository folder. (in MAC the path is HD/Library/Audio/Presets/AcusticaAudio/Nebula3/Temp) 05. Install last Nebula setup. 06. Delete your TEMP folder in NebulaTempRepository folder. (in MAC the path is HD/Library/Audio/Presets/AcusticaAudio/Nebula3/Temp) 07. Run Nebula and confirm that you see only 16 emulation programs...
Nebula starts up fine and scans quickly as expected but stops at 8: 'Authorization Missing'.
I renamed the '.old' file back to '.ser' but it still says 'Authorization missing.