I hit a wall with a plugin using JUCE 5.4.7, Visual Studio 2019 in Windows 10. Here is the description:
I created a plugin and used the AudioPluginHost to check the VST3, and everything works perfect inside Visual Studio. (Also the standalone works perfect).
THE PROBLEM is when I try to open the vst3 in the DAW (Reaper in this case), the plugin seems not pass the validation. And I check why, and it’s because of the IPP libraries (I am using them for the FFT).
I tried adding the IPP (default linking) from the “Exporters” configuration. The VST3 compile and works but just in the IDE. But in reaper doesn’t work at all.
I also tried by NOT adding the IPP from the exporters, instead, adding the Paths manually in VC++ directories in Visual Studio, BUT if I do this the libraries are not recognized (I can’t use #include <ipp.h>).
can someone give me a hint here? Thanks!