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Freeware VST video player

VST, AU, etc. plug-in Virtual Effects discussion

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KVRist
 
152 posts since 8 Jan, 2013, from morf
 

Postby Eauson; Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:13 pm

Really, I went through to the original link, which I guess I should have posted.
The one on the buzz forum, sorry bout that :(
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Postby Sounddigger; Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:22 am


This is GREAT! :wheee: I just made it work in Studio One Producer edition. Works flawlessly, from what I can tell by the first tests. I was looking for a solution like this for ages, short of upgrading SO.

Note that it seems to only load WMV videos (which is perfectly OK, by the way). I crashed when trying to load a FLV. QuickTime and MP4 don't load. So if you have to work from these formats, you'll have to convert the video first. Tip: use SUPER Converter for this, it's free, does the job as good as any, if not better, and can be found at http://www.erightsoft.net/SUPER.html
(finding the download link is a bit tricky, scroll down for it, and look carefully)

You can enlarge or reduce the video window 2x, using a right-click on the window.

Eauson wrote:Really, I went through to the original link, which I guess I should have posted.
The one on the buzz forum, sorry bout that :(

Honestly, if you wouldn't have posted the first link, I would still be searching for how to make it work. That user tip is essential:
Just load the mediavst.dll to your host program as a VST instrument, and place a single C4 note at the beginning of the timeline to start to play the video. Right click the VST window to open a video file to play.


bailees7irish wrote:


It works like a charm, but it puts a total of 38 dlls in my VST folder, so they all show up in my VST list :?

You needn't end up with all those in your VST folder. This is one of those plug ins where you copy the main folder(s) somewhere into your "Programs" folder (x86 and/or x64), then only copy mediavst.dll (from the x86 or x64 folder) into your VST folder. That's all 8)
KVRist
 
152 posts since 8 Jan, 2013, from morf
 

Postby Eauson; Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:31 pm

Glad it worked out okay.

Is this the link to the video converter?
http://www.erightsoft.com/Superdc.html

As the list is one of the most complicated I have come across :-)
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Postby Sounddigger; Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:52 pm

Eauson wrote:Glad it worked out okay.

Is this the link to the video converter?
http://www.erightsoft.com/Superdc.html

As the list is one of the most complicated I have come across :-)

Yep, it is (it leads to the same address as the link I gave). Tricky huh... but it's there ;) Start by scrolling to the bottom of the page.
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Postby Sounddigger; Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:28 pm

Sounddigger wrote:... it seems to only load WMV videos (which is perfectly OK, by the way). ...

It also loads AVI videos, as I've been able to check now. This is very useful as it's a common video editor output format.
KVRist
 
152 posts since 8 Jan, 2013, from morf
 

Postby Eauson; Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:45 pm

Ahhh, keeps on sending me around in circles.

http://www.erightsoft.com/S6Kg1.html

At the bottom here is the link, I think.
I don't know now, this type of webpage is enough to drive you to round the frigging bend :D

Aghh, this one takes you back to the beginning as well, krap me this is like some sort of mental puzzle for freeware user's :D

http://erightsoft.podzone.net/GetFile.p ... Rsetup.exe

I don't like posting links like the one above, but I think this is it.

That's it, I think :D
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