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Old 11-20-2017, 01:29 PM
Philharmonic7 Philharmonic7 is offline
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Default Floating iZotope plugin windows popluate slow

Hi all,

I'm encountering something very frustrating and that is my floating plugin windows, specifically iZotope plugins (which can be up to 5-7) populates very slow. The short cut key, shift + Win + Alt + W, hides all the floating windows kind of slow, which is tolerable I guess, but making them all reappear/populate back up again is painstakingly slow. None of the other plugins I experiment with (Avid stock plugins, and Waves plugins) behave in that manner.

I have 3 computer monitors and 1 TV monitor. My video card is a nVidia Quadro m4000 and my PC workstation is an HP 840.

Has anyone experience this unusual circumstance with iZoptope plugins?
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