Where to Find Missing Plugins (FreeFrame + FreeFrameGL)
ey!I have just installed 2.2.1 and I have a warning about missing actors (attached)some of these, like gaussian blur, have been updated, but others, like wave, are not there anymore. I would still like to be able to have access to the ones that are not there anymore. Is this possible?
now is the warning attached
Go to the Izzy prefs and untick hide depricated (classic) plugins from toolbox.
Dear @camilozk,Please disregard @MIchel's message, because the plugins listed are not Classic Isadora plugins. The plugins listed are part of the open source FreeFrame plugins. Go to the downloads pagehttp://troikatronix.com/download/isadora-download/and under "Related Downloads" get the plugins next toPete Warden’s FreeFrame Plugins – InstallerYou will see the error message go away once you install those plugins. (Just to make it clear, those plugins are open source... we cannot include then with the Isadora download per their license agreement.)Best Wishes,Mark
I actually uninstalled pete´s plugins when I tried to install tt-freeframe-gl-installer.exe and a window appear saying that "Onether version of this product is already installed and blablabla"Then I was able to install tt-freeframe-gl-installer.exe but now I realized about these effect being missing.How should I proceed to have both "petes-plugins-win.exe" and "tt-freeframe-gl-installer.exe" installed simultaneosuly?
Or is there a better package that contains both?thanks!!!
Dear @amilozk,OK, that explains things. The two installers thing they are the same "product" for some reason.Workaround:
Please let me know if that works.Best Wishes,MarkP.S. @DusX, will you please file a bug report on this so we can get it fixed?
- Install Pete's Plugins
- Duplicate FreeFrame folder so that you have those plugins
- Uninstall Pete's Plugins
- Install FreeFrame plugins
- Copy CPU based plugins from Step #2 into FreeFrame folder.
It does. thanks for the work.a.round and for the future fix