MM reality Check please!? AWOL Push Pin?

Grazie wrote on 4/11/2006, 12:09 AM
I'm using MM2.1 - came with ACID Pro6 - does your PUSH pin option work on the Properties Pane fly out? I don't even HAVE a push pin?



Dan Sherman wrote on 4/11/2006, 5:17 AM
Same reality here.
SHTUNOT wrote on 4/11/2006, 9:51 AM
That code was part of the cause of peoples headaches using the MM. Right now you are using the sleak/tuned version without the fat and more stability than before. Those who couldn't even use the MM prior are having great success with it now.

Grazie wrote on 4/11/2006, 9:53 AM
Yup, just had confrmation from Sony on this.

Thanks Shtunot - G
MyST wrote on 4/11/2006, 11:22 AM
Isn't MM past version 2.1?
Or was I too sober when I saw that last night?
JakeDaSnake wrote on 4/11/2006, 12:35 PM
Are you guyz saying there is another MM update thats only avaliable with ACID 6?
Grazie wrote on 4/11/2006, 12:49 PM
My experience was that I updated V6d and I still could not get MM to work. I installed AP6 and now I have Media Manager 2.1 and it now works.

Jake, I would think you need to ask Sony,

SHTUNOT wrote on 4/11/2006, 1:20 PM

Look around the forum. I think I saw someone say that if you download the AP6 demo it will install the most recent version of the MM. You won't be able to use acid fully[duh] but I think that this means that since Vegas/acid share MM that you'll then be good to go.

vitalforce wrote on 4/11/2006, 2:01 PM
There's a Forum Admin note that installing even the demo of Acid Pro 6 will update the MM in Vegas 6. I did that and it seems to be OK.
TimTyler wrote on 4/11/2006, 2:28 PM
You don't actually need to install the demo either.

Download Acid Pro 6 Trial. Run the acidpro60-trial.exe file and let it expand the setup files to C:\Program Files\Sony Setup\ACID Pro 6.0\ and then cancel the installation.

You'll find a C:\Program Files\Sony Setup\ACID Pro 6.0\mediamgr directory where you can run setup.exe and install just MM2.1.
pking36330 wrote on 4/26/2006, 7:58 PM
So basically, Sony has a fix, they've prepared a stand-alone update for Media Manager from Vegas 6.0d's MM2.0 to MM2.1 and we are finding out about it from another user and not on the UPDATES page as a MM update? Amazing!
DGrob wrote on 4/27/2006, 9:55 AM
Tim Tyler: great tip! I have MM2.0 up and running in V6d, do I need to uninstall or delete MM2.0 prior to the 2.1 installation?

Thanks again, Darryl
Grazie wrote on 4/27/2006, 10:24 AM
I had MM2.0 . I know I had it there but NOT enabled. I left it installed just so I could demonstrate how it would crash Vegas when enabled - so I know it was still installed.

Now, Grobsie, all I did was to install AP6 and MM2.1 came along. I did NOT uninstall MM2.0, I just did the install of AP6 - and MM2.1 was there.