Beta 10.1 VST3 - Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash

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Beta 10.1 VST3 - Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash

Post by Cuica man » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:48 am

I was just reading the 10.1 notes and came across this “Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash”
WOW.. that’s a game changer for me!

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Re: Beta 10.1 VST3 - Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash

Post by Cuica man » Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:46 am

Too bad Spectrasonics are still vst2.. soo 😔

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Re: Beta 10.1 VST3 - Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash

Post by ssante » Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:12 pm

Try loading Arturia Pigments vst3 in a track. Then activate it and record something. Then try to delete the track. Live crashes this is with MacOS Mojave.
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Re: Beta 10.1 VST3 - Plug-ins that crash no longer cause Live to crash

Post by pottering » Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:17 pm

The 10.1 release notes refers to scanning VST3 plugins, not loading, OP misquoted it.

Here is the full sentence:
VST3 plug-ins are now scanned via a separate background process. Plug-ins that crashed during scanning no longer cause Live to crash. In addition, Live will not need to wait for the plug-in scan to finish in order to launch.
Also, you are not supposed to discuss the beta outside the beta forums, as the whole point of having a beta is to test potentially broken stuff before it reaches the main audience.

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