Thanks to Bruce and the other posters in the forum, I'm new to Premiere plugins but there is a lot of helpful information here.
I'm writing a plugin that is basically an adaptive mixer - it takes inputs from two separate audio tracks and performs frequency-domain manipulations on them. I'm trying to figure out if I can write a VST plugin (for more information see here and here) that interacts with two audio tracks in Premiere. The process would be
Ideally the time window could be shifted, which would maintain all parameters but just shift the region that's being processed.
Thanks for any insight, between reading the VST standards, the Premiere SDK docs, and the After Effects SDK docs I'm feeling a little lost.
(on behalf of Bruce Bullis)
Typically this would be accomplished through the Side-Chaining functionality of the VST specification. Audition supports that feature, but Premiere Pro (as of CC 2017.0.2) doesn't. Nonetheless, other third-parties have created VST plug-ins that can interact with each other through their own means.
So it should be possible with two instances of your effect. However, your effect will be responsible for the communication between the two instances.