Do jBridged Plugins Only Use Resources Once They are Loaded?

Guys

:arrow_right: Just to make sure before I start jBridging the many “plugs” that “are still stuck” in 32-Bit…

:question: Do plugs that are jBrigded (to 32 or -64) use resources only once they are loaded into the DAW?
:question: Or, do all jBridged plugs (for the specific host), whether they wil be used or not, get loaded into RAM?

:bulb: If the 1st is the case :smiley: , then I can jBridge a “ton” of “32-Bit-only” plugs. If the latter is the case :frowning: , then I’ll obvously need to be more selective of which one’s I choose to be JBridged.

I am under the impression that the 1st is the case.

Yea or nay?

Thanks…

Yes
No
Yes
Yea

As Grimm said

Plus: http://www.familiekraft.de/pluginmanager

You won’t need the jbridger tool…

:wink: Thanks Grim & Tabsel.

Tabsel, I’ll checkout the Plugin Manager App. Looks :nerd: geeky though…