As the threattitle hypothesize, i want to know if there is a way to recognize if a project is 32 or 64 bit. Since it is possible to open up a 32 bit project in a 64 bit cubase enviroment and vice versa, i’m sometimes confused when open up an older project. My only method is to look at the cpu load, since bridged plugins consume more cpu power.
I also want to know how vst3 plugins behave, since there is no x64 enhancement on the plugin name ore something similar like it is with vst2 plugins. Does cubase open up the ‘right’ vst3 in therms of the host enviroment (32 or 64 bit)?
Last but not least, i encounter some problems after i opend up a project in the ‘wrong’ enviroment and save it there. After this mistake, ist is only possible to render the project in realtime because it would crash otherwise. Does someone encounter similar problems when doing this mistake?
I use Cubase 8 32bit and Cubase 8.5 64 bit (latest versions)