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Old 11-07-2020, 04:28 AM
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Is there a quick way to see which plugins are loaded in a session? For example, if I have a very large session with over 100 tracks, tons of groups, etc, and I just want to see which plugins are loaded.

I know that in Cubase/Nuendo I could go to the Plugin Manager Window and sort by Instances and quickly see what plugins are loaded and how many of each, or I could go to a specific plugin and see if it's loaded and how many instances. Does anything like this exist in Pro Tools?

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As far as I seen there is nothing like that but you can bet PT loads up all your plugins to the cache and thats why sometimes old plugins and demo plugins screw up PT even though they are not instantiated in a session.
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This is something it might be handy to have and has been asked for before.

Meanwhile "Export Session Info as Text" does give you some information. And you can just say just ask for plugin info.. and since it's basic text it's processable in any tool/script you want. e.g. if like me you don't like that it counts stereo/mono use separately.... fixable with some scripting.

Also see https://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=370111

And as Christopher mentioned, be careful with semantics, all plugins (properly) installed on a system load when Pro Tools starts up, but you actually mean which of those plugins are instantiated in the session.

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