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Old 07-19-2019, 06:23 PM   #1
Nonlinear
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Default How to get "MakePresets" to work in AAX builds?

Getting "canned presets" (MakePresets) to show up in VST3 plugins required modifying (i.e., turning on) the default .props file by adding "VST3_PRESET_LIST".

Is there a similar mod required to get canned presets to show up in Pro Tools (AAX) builds?

Not having any luck so far...

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Old 07-19-2019, 06:50 PM   #2
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Getting "canned presets" (MakePresets) to show up in VST3 plugins required modifying the default .props file by adding "VST3_PRESET_LIST".

Is there a similar mod required to get canned presets to show up in Pro Tools (AAX) builds?

Not having any luck so far...
AAX + Pro Tools has proper preset management built in. Create presets and save them in Pro Tools, then put them in the Factory Presets/<your_plugin_name> path inside your plugin bundle.
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Old 07-19-2019, 07:03 PM   #3
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AAX + Pro Tools has proper preset management built in. Create presets and save them in Pro Tools, then put them in the Factory Presets/<your_plugin_name> path inside your plugin bundle.
OK, I saw that folder in other plugins.

Thank you!

(BTW - I tried adding "AAX_PRESET_LIST" to the <AAX DEFs> section of the .props file thinking MAYBE... LOL - didn't work!)
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