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post #31 of 114 Old 11-16-12, 04:27 AM
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Strange.
If you click and drag a equaliser filter format (exported as a text file), a preset file should be created in the same directory as where you clicked and dragged the file from, but with the extension *.ffp or *.fxp dependent on what plugin you chose. You copy that file to where the plugin stores it's preset files and you should be good to go.
Try to run the app as "Administrator" if it still doesn't work. (For Win7 and Vista I think).
If you still have problems, send me the equaliser filer text file and I will try to find out what's wrong.
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Hi Per Ivar,

Please find REW filter export as TXT
testfr.txt

Thanks,
Ron.
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post #32 of 114 Old 11-16-12, 03:18 PM
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I just tried the REW EQ to VST EQ and same thing happens, where it does nothing. I tried to 'run as administrator', and when I drag the file over to the program, I get a "DO NOT" sign (circular with a line through it).

I'm running it on a Windows 7 64-bit VM. Does it need to be 32 bit?
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post #33 of 114 Old 11-16-12, 06:11 PM
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I just tried the REW EQ to VST EQ and same thing happens, where it does nothing. I tried to 'run as administrator', and when I drag the file over to the program, I get a "DO NOT" sign (circular with a line through it).

I'm running it on a Windows 7 64-bit VM. Does it need to be 32 bit?

I am getting the same result with Win 8 Pro 32bit

In the same boat Ron.
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post #34 of 114 Old 01-27-13, 12:16 PM
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Re: REW V5 Tips

Not sure if this is a dead thread (certainly old), but I get a txt file, but when I try to export it to Minidsp, it wants another file format .xml.

What am I doing wrong? In advance, thanks.

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post #35 of 114 Old 01-27-13, 12:27 PM
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Re: REW V5 Tips

I think the reason the converter doesn't work is that you gentlemen are missing the microsoft .net framework that needs to be installed for it to work.
http://www.microsoft.com/net/download/

Can you please try and see if this fixes the issue?
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post #36 of 114 Old 03-22-13, 05:46 AM
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Hello, great! I was looking to create an utility like that and you did it

I'm having the same problem, when dragging nothing happens.

I have opened the project in Visual Studio and there are 2 missing files: AudioVSTToolbox\CommonUtils\BinaryFile.cs and AudioVSTToolbox\CommonUtils\FXP.cs

I removed them from project to see what happens and, of course, it says they are missing. But it seems another one is missing: 'CommonUtils' namespace could not be found.
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post #37 of 114 Old 03-22-13, 07:21 AM
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Hello, great! I was looking to create an utility like that and you did it

I'm having the same problem, when dragging nothing happens.

I have opened the project in Visual Studio and there are 2 missing files: AudioVSTToolbox\CommonUtils\BinaryFile.cs and AudioVSTToolbox\CommonUtils\FXP.cs

I removed them from project to see what happens and, of course, it says they are missing. But it seems another one is missing: 'CommonUtils' namespace could not be found.
Strange, I just don't understand why this doesn't work out of the box for you guys when it works on both my PC's. So if you can find out why, it's perfect.

It seems you have already found out but you can find the project here:
https://github.com/perivar/Code/tree...REWEQ2EQPreset

And all the common (missing files) here:
https://github.com/perivar/AudioVSTT...er/CommonUtils

Good luck.
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post #38 of 114 Old 03-22-13, 08:38 AM
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Ok, thanks.
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post #39 of 114 Old 03-22-13, 08:40 AM
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I need 5 messages because it thinks my next post is a Web address
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post #40 of 114 Old 03-22-13, 08:40 AM
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Re: REW V5 Tips

New edit after more investigations.

I think I have found something (at least it works for me). Perhaps it's the REW export format (mine is 5.01 from txt file) that is different and the regex in REWEQ.cs doesn't work.

You can try in REWEQ.cs:
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private static Regex digitsAndCommasOnly = new Regex(@"[^\d.]");
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regexpPattern = @"^Filter\s+\d+:\s(\w+)\s+(\w+)\s+Fc\s+([\D\d.]+) Hz Gain\s+([\d.-]+) dB Q\s+([\d.]+)$";
It works under Windows XP but, not under Windows 8. Perhaps a problem related to OS culture (so, it could work for you) with Double.Parse() in .NET. I have sent a PM to perivar.

Maybe REW exports txt files depending on your OS culture. That's why some have "," and others have "."?

Edit (again): I have tested in another Windows 8 and it works. FYI, the problem seems to be in Double.Parse(), Double.TryParse() returns False and 0 and crash. Convert.ToDouble() same crash. The problem seems to be somewhere in .NET
In conclusion, if the regex is correct and it doesn't work, try in another installation of Windows XP/7/8

Last edited by sikus; 03-22-13 at 07:59 PM. Reason: More and more investigations
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