Delete the .VST files or move them to another directory.
ok, but why is it finding them in the first place? I need those
plugins for Cubase, so moving them all the time is somewhat of an
issue. Also, Premier doesn't tell me where it's finding them.
Because PrPro can use many VST's, it surveys for them located in other folders.
Many have had great luck by placing the folder with the "bad" VST's onto their Desktop. This hides them from PrPro.
Eddie Lotter was working on a "blacklist" application, to do similar. Do not know the disposition of that application.
I don't have those plug-ins, so I can't tell you exactly, but using the Search button in Explorer is a good place to start.
yeah. just did a search using spotlight and it's not finding them.
The VST's are most likely .dll files. I'd check Cubase and maybe its plug-in folder.
Basically, there are three things that will happen when PrPro loads the VST's:
1.) they load and function fine in PrPro.
2.) they load, but cannobe be used by PrPro. The first time that PrPro encounters the VST, there will be a message telling the user that it will not work. Still, it loads and all is fine. You will not see that message again.
3.) they attempt to load, but hang PrPro.
Good luck in finding this/these.
ok, well I got rid of that one particular issue by purchasing the VST
plugin in question. I can now launch premiere, but I still do get a
fatal error when setting up the project-something not related to that
now, so I have more investigating to do.
Not sure if you're on Mac, or PC. If PC, this ARTICLE might help you gather "clues" to that Fatal Error. If you're on a Mac, I'll bet that you have something like Event Viewer. I just do not know what it would be.
yep... it's a mac. I'll see what I can figure out, but I think at this
point I just have to go to Final Cut. I can't risk Premiere crashing
on this project in the middle of it.
For Mac i guess on the terminal window if you type syslog it does the same job or u can view the console for all the messages.