Topic: Version 3.4 – Plugin database will not load to project

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)
  • #42057
    dagabond
    Participant

    Hello, in Podium 3.4, I opened a project from an older Podium version, then went to Setup – Plugin Database.

    I Reset database, then hit Scan. In the Device menu, I selected Load Plugin Database.

    The project still shows the old plugin menus. For example, I deleted a plugin from the plugin folder and it still shows.

    Is there a way to update the plugins within the project? There is no longer a rebuild button and the plugin database seems independent now instead of tied to the project?

    Thanks

    #42067
    dagabond
    Participant

    Ok it looks like with a project open, you go to File, then Close Arrangement Editor. Then you can access the project-specific plugin database.

    • This reply was modified 11 months ago by dagabond.
    #42074
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi dagabond. Each project still has its own plugin database embedded in the project file. The plugin database project was introduced in a Podium update with the intention of making it simpler to update your projects with changes to your plugin installations. Your description is the correct way to go about updating plugin setups in your projects.

    #42653
    nicholas.h
    Participant

    Hi, I was struggling with the same issue while demoing 3.4.2, so I’m glad to have found this thread. I have another question relating to the same project settings page:

    After closing the Arrangement Editor, we get to the page with the Content panel and Device panel. This lists the arrangements, sounds and audio/MIDI settings like MIDI configurations. But can I still switch to the old folder-like view, so we can ‘drill into’ these MIDI configurations to edit them?

    I doubt many users needed it, but it was really cool (I mean nerdy). I used to dive into the definitions to do things like rename MIDI CC labels, and to offset the MIDI note numbers used for polyphonic pressure note names, so that C0 corresponding to C0 on my keyboard – because transposing a MIDI track only affected note values, not the polyphonic pressure note assocations.

    Thanks, Nick.

    #42657
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Hi Nick. You can access all the objects within a project via the Object Browser panel in the Browser page/window.

    #42658
    nicholas.h
    Participant

    Got it, thanks!

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
© 2021 Zynewave