AAV ColorLab is a free plugin that gives you hardware accelerated effects for Vegas and Movie Studio. It uses the graphics card to offload the CPU, which can lead to massively faster rendering times and smoother previews!

01 September, 2008

Installer problem

Sorry people. I've received several reports of only seeing a blank settings dialog, or none at all. It's likely this is a problem with the installer, which isn't registering the user interface DLL.

I'm changing installer system from NSIS to Windows Installer for beta 4, which should hopefully fix the problem. I'll post a new version as soon as I've ironed out the kinks.

2 comments:

Mary Waitrovich said...

Carl,
I installed AAV ColorLab v1.0 beta 3 and when I opened the vegas project that had the previous version of your plug in installed (and I did uninstall that before installing beta 3), I got the error that "the plug-ins specified are in installed on this system." When the project fully opens, there is no aav plugin on the clips where it was applied before. I eagerly await beta 4 hoping that will correct this.
thanks much,
Mary Waitrovich

44v said...

That's right. Sorry about the confusion, but I'll try to explain it:

Beta 2 and earlier belong to the "Aav6cc" family, and I only recommend using v0.95a for any old projects using Aav6cc.

"ColorLab" (beta 3 onward) is a new plugin by design, and since it is so much more capable than Aav6cc, the settings format differs. New projects should use beta 4 and newer.

Aav6cc v0.95a and ColorLab beta4-and-newer can be installed on the same machine, so no work should be lost.