is there any place where I can find the thumbnails for the most recent Acqua plugins? Or do we have to make our own jpgs?
Or, even better, is there a way to share them, if anybody has already done the job?
Ok, it's not such a hard thing to do myself, just asking...
Cheers and thank you again for your great tools!
I have plan to create missing thumbnails for official 2.6 release. Of course, any help would be greatly appreciated - so if you've already created some thumbnails, please send it ¸to me or post them here.
Hello, need some help. I can't create a setup for AAX 64. I get the message "Can not open file /Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-ins/Nebula3 Reverb X64.xml"...Nebula aax and xml are where they're supposed to be.
eaccin wrote:Hello, need some help. I can't create a setup for AAX 64. I get the message "Can not open file /Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-ins/Nebula3 Reverb X64.xml"...Nebula aax and xml are where they're supposed to be.
Double check XML file existance - "can not open file" means that file can't be opened for reading (protection ??) or it doesn't exist. Try to re-select file again in Settings.
• support for 32 and 64 bit AAX setups (Windows, OS X) • support for 32 and 64 bit Juce based AU setups (OS X) • new AAX and AU options in Save dialog and Setups manager • new option »Rescan« in Setups and ACQUA manager - forces rescan of plugins • overhauled Preferences window (each setup format now has its own tab – VST, AU, AAX) • new AAX related tweak – PLUGINTYPE (Pro Tools plugin category) • additional ACQUA plugin definitions and skin thumbnails • ACQUA C++ programming library updated to version 1.4.010 – this should fix crashes at program startup with some configurations • if (some of) setup's programs are not present in Nebula repository when opening a setup, error message is displayed • bugfix: to avoid possible crash, setup preview now checks for the actual existence of a plugin to be previewed • bugfix: plugin version was not always retrieved properly • bugfix: setup renaming could fail under some circumstances