[CinCV TNG] Phase 2 of LV2 audio plugin addition to Cinelerra-GG/cin5 includes more working plugins if on your computer

Glen MacArthur info at bandshed.net
Mon Jun 11 19:34:32 CEST 2018


GG and Phyllis thanks so much for all the work on this! I'm doing some
testing and it's phenomenal the number of plugins available and
working already! There are some very interesting workflows available
now, I'm going to try a screencast in the next couple of days to show
what some of the plugins can do and also how other non-LV2 plugins can
be hosted with 'Carla-Rack'.

Thanks so much again, this brings an amazing amount of unprecedented
signal processing and Audio restoration capabilities to Cinelerra,


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Sent:Sun, 10 Jun 2018 18:41:10 -0600
Subject:[CinCV TNG] Phase 2 of LV2 audio plugin addition to
Cinelerra-GG/cin5 includes more working plugins if on your computer

Today's GIT checkin has had additional X11/GTX hooks for more audio
plugins IF ALREADY LOADED on user's computer and in the LV2 path. 
There is more error checking and a "blacklist" file has been created
(not yet checked in).  You will now see the LOAD plugin name for LV2
plugins so it makes it easier to determine if one of the plugins is
causing a crash.

These LV2 plugins are not carried by cinelerra and you will be using
at your own risk because there are just too many of them and some
users have none loaded and would never even use them.  In some
testing here, besides the CALF plugins, I have found that many X42,
LSP, GuitarX, Invada, Carla, SAFE, and TAL plugins seem to mostly
work.  Some that definitely do not work at this time are MIDI
(obviously due to no physical midi connection), C*, MDA, TAP, ZA, and

Use LV2_PATH=/tmp/junk   if you want none to be automatically
Delete your current $HOME/.bcast5/Cinelerra_pluginswhen you need to
switch or turn off plugins

Most importantly, Glen's AVLinux latest release of April 2018 was used
to test, debug and construct a blacklist.  There were about 700 or so
plugins there!

So there is now a temporary Debian 9 64-bit build at: 

and a "lv2_blacklist.txt" that belongs in: .../bin (install directory)
   https://cinelerra-cv.org/five/glen/lv2_blacklist.txt [2]

Modifying LV2 plugins invalidates the plugin index.
Again, rm $HOME/.bcast5/Cinelerra_plugins
which rebuilds the plugin index, to make new plugins visible.



[2] https://cinelerra-cv.org/five/glen/lv2_blacklist.txt

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