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Selecting a (audio) FX plugin parameter with script

 
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captainhanky



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 5:20 am    Post subject: Selecting a (audio) FX plugin parameter with script Reply with quote

Hi!

Is there a way to select an audio FX-pluginīs parameter from within a script, or is the only way to select this parameter in opening a plugin and select the checkbox of the wanted parameter manually?

I have to ask this, becouse vegas has a faulty undo performance.
After performing undo its not possible to read the points position of the PAN envelope (returns zero for all points).

While searching for a workaround I found the FX plugin "PAN", which is automateable. But I didnīt find a way to select this envelope from within a script (the PAN plugin has only one selectable parameter).


Maybe someone can help me..
Thankx
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Edward Troxel
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 12:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pan is an envelope, not FX. You should be able to get the value of any point by looking at its "Y" value - just like on a volume envelope.

As for individual parameters in an FX, you can only set by setting a preset which will adjust ALL settings within the FX.
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