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Topic: VirtualDJ 2018 Windows 64-bit - Page: 1
I am pleased to announce the the Windows 64-bit version of VirtualDJ 2018.
If you want to try it, you can download it from here:
It requires Windows 10 64-bit. and it will install side-by-side with your existing VirtualDJ 32-bit installation.
It will use the same database and settings.
The native built-in effects should all work, but third-party plugins will need to be re-made for the 64-bit version.
For audio plugins this should be fairly easy, but for video plugins this may require more work due to the move from DirectX 9 to DirectX 11.
64-bit VST plugins will work by moving them in the Documents\VirtualDJ\Plugins64\SoundEffects folder
If your controller or audio interface uses ASIO drivers, you will need the 64-bit version of these.
The 64-bit version will automatically update in the same way as the regular 32-bit version.
The 64-bit version brings improved performance, which will mostly be noticeable for video dj's.
geposted Wed 05 Sep 18 @ 12:44 pm
geposted Wed 05 Sep 18 @ 7:05 pm
I deleted also the settings.xml to start fresh and still there.
It does not happen in the 32 bit.
geposted Wed 05 Sep 18 @ 7:20 pm
geposted Wed 05 Sep 18 @ 7:31 pm
hello, when mixing from audio to video, the cross fader is running blinking in a corner …
when going from video to audio, VideoAudioOnlyVisualisation, it is not activated ...
geposted Fri 07 Sep 18 @ 12:34 am
geposted Fri 07 Sep 18 @ 2:34 am
There are various reasons that shaders don't share the same folder between 32 and 64 bit version.
So, since you copied over the fles you should recompile even the ones that worked straight away to ensure maximum performance and stability
geposted Fri 07 Sep 18 @ 7:00 am
geposted Fri 07 Sep 18 @ 7:13 am
Overall, IMO, i am Loving the 64bit build, its "buttah".
geposted Fri 07 Sep 18 @ 5:08 pm
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 11:05 am
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 3:53 pm
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 4:10 pm
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 4:24 pm
The user doesn't need to move dll's around anyway, so not sure how it could be confusing.
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 5:01 pm
geposted Mon 10 Sep 18 @ 5:09 pm
geposted Tue 11 Sep 18 @ 3:49 am
user12251628 wrote :
Most VST plugins are already named 32 or 64 to avoid confusion.
hello, you should buy virtualdj pro, otherwise you can only try virtualdj free
geposted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 7:09 am
geposted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 5:22 pm
geposted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 5:57 pm
geposted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 6:41 pm