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Old 09-11-2004, 03:18 AM
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Default Is There A Way To Copy My Plug In List ??

Can anyone tell me if there is a easy way to copy my plug in list.

I am making a "Gear List" for one of my websites, and I wanted to list all my Plug Ins. One problem, I have sooooo many dang plug ins that I can never sit there and type them all out as I go down the list in Pro Tools to see them.

Also when I go to my plug ins folder, that don't work because somehow I have like 4 times as many plug ins on the "list" inside of pro tools as there are in my plug in folder.. I account that to alot of Waves plug ins especially have them Grouped under one thing, but there will be like a whole package of plug ins in that group in the folder.

So the only real way to see ALL the plug ins I can use is from that pull down list inside of Pro Tools on the plug in insert as your about to choose a plug in.. So is there a way to copy that list ??

Thanks for your time everyone,,, please let me know --
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Old 09-11-2004, 05:36 AM
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Default Re: Is There A Way To Copy My Plug In List ??

You can use the "grab" utility built into OSX.

/Applications/Utilities/Grab

Use the "timed" option, and then select the plugin submenu in PT... make a screenshot of each category. You can get creative and copy each menu and make a webpage of your plugs.

Hope this helps.

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Old 09-11-2004, 08:20 AM
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Default Re: Is There A Way To Copy My Plug In List ??

or you can use a disk catalog utility and catalog your plug-in folder.
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Old 09-11-2004, 08:52 AM
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Default Re: Is There A Way To Copy My Plug In List ??

Just brainstorming here w/ the gang,
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Go to plug-ins alias folder and select all.
Copy. Paste in Appleworks. WP or DR.Who knows, maybe the little icons will look cool too. (not proven yet just a thought)
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Go to web site(s)
Copy and paste.
HTH
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Old 09-11-2004, 11:32 AM
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Default Re: Is There A Way To Copy My Plug In List ??

Hey thanks guys..

I'ma try these good ideas, and see which one works best for me.

Once again,,,, thanks for everyones time
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