Hello all, this might be a ‘weird’ question, but I’m having a bit of a pickle here.
In the past, I had been ‘testing’ with jBridge, to make 32-bit plugins available for 64bit Cubase. That all went well, but… I made a mistake. I made some bridged plugins from 64-bit plugins.
All the bridged plugins get a .64 behind their names. So for instance, the real name of the plugin is ‘Plugin’, but after the jBridge ‘conversion’, the name is ‘Plugin.64’ inside Cubase.
Now, I have the good 64-bit plugins, with all the same possibilities in them, but I’d like to use the native 64-bit plugins. Is there a way to change the ‘requested plugin name’ inside Cubase from .64 to the normal name, so that it tries to load the right version?
I understand this explanation might be a little ‘weird’, so if there are any questions about this, please feel free to ask.