I Will check on this issue. But I dropped all my Waves VST plugins and now work with Izotope instead. And All Izotope plugins work without glitching. In fact, all Izotope plugins run very smooth on Vegas Pro. Vegas and Izotope are the way to go. Waves is not supported by Vegas.
I have a full suite of Izotope plugins. They all used to work in Windows 10 (latest release) in Vegas Pro 16, but the Izotope RX7 plugins do not work in Vegas Pro 17 (latest release). All of the pertinent DLLs are in the folders specified in the Vegas Preferences/VST Effects folders (a main folder and an alternate folder -- the Izotope Dlls are in both). The FX folders specified in Vegas Pro 17 are exactly the same as specified in Vegas Pro 16.
Izotope Nectar 3 and Ozone 8 show up in Vegas Pro 17, as well as RX 7 Breath Control -- but none of the other RX7 plugins show up (de-hum, Spectral De-noise, etc. etc.). I used them quite often (especially Spectral De-noise and De-Reverb) in VegasPro 16, and sure would like to use them in VegasPro 17, rather than having to go back to VegasPro16 to process my audio. Any clues why the RX7 plugins fail to show?
>>but none of the other RX7 plugins show up (de-hum, Spectral De-noise, etc.
I had a similar problem with RX Plug-in Pack which I purchased in 2016. This is different than RX7 product. But similar problem with Vegas. VP17 would not recognize the Plug-ins (De-noise, de-hum etc) on my new Dell Laptop running Windows 10. I emailed iZotope (no phone support I guess?) and the emailed this back:
Thanks for contacting iZotope Customer Care! Sorry for your trouble.
While I can't guarantee we'll be able to get this up and running, since RX Plugin Pack is a bit older and not compatible on Windows 10. I'd be happy to troubleshoot as much as possible!
When installing, please be sure to install the software on the admin account on your system.
After installation, be sure that Vegas is looking in the following folders for RX PluginPack components: — 64-bit VST: C: > Program Files > Steinberg > VstPlugins — 32-bit VST: C: > Program Files (x86) > Steinberg > VstPlugins — 64-bit VST 3: C: > Program Files > Common Files > VST3 > iZotope — 32-bit VST 3: C: > Program Files (x86) > Common Files > VST3 > iZotope
I opened Options/Preferences/VST Effects. I saw then that it did not point to ANY Default Folder for Plugins .. That was the problem. After pointing VST Effects to the right folders, all was well with the RX Plugins.