jBridge v1.3 released

jBridge v1.3( changes from 1.2):

– Improved midi event handling.
– Improved automation events handling.
– Improved handling of files that fail to load as VST plugins.
– Reduced memory usage.
– Now supports plugins with up to 64 outputs by default.
– fixed crash that could happen when loading projects in v1.2.
– fixed crash on load with some plugins in v1.2.
– fixed crash with some plugins when saving data in v1.2
– internal compatibility option added for better handling of Waves shell plugins.
– now checks if all the related processes are running with the proper privileges and warns the user if needed.
– fixed missing dll problem with some plugins.
– no more false crash warning when a computer running “jbridged” plugins resumes from sleep/hibernation.
– Added new “legacy integrated mode” option, which is enabled for backward compatibility purposes. May need to be disabled in some hosts for automation to work.
– other minor fixes/enhancements.

jBridger tool v1.2:

– fixed crashes when scanning some plugins.
– It’s now possible to choose to process only 32bit plugins, only 64bit plugins, or all the plugins.
– added an option not to add .32./.64. to the created files names.
– fixed a problem where sub-directories would not be scanned in some systems.
– other minor fixes/enhancements.

( note to all registered users: if you don’t receive your update in the next 24h please contact me. )

more info here

~ by J on April 5, 2011.

3 Responses to “jBridge v1.3 released”

  1. Geneial gracias

  2. Thank you for making this amazing product and continuing to update it for us. I have had problems with BFD2, but so far this version of jbridge has seemed to completely stabalize it.

    Thanks for your hard work.

  3. Merci

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