VEGASDerek wrote on 11/2/2022, 8:56 AM

Looks to me like this script is old as it is trying to reference the Sony.Vegas namespace, which is not valid in VEGAS Pro 19.

john_dennis wrote on 11/2/2022, 9:11 AM


Here is an example of the same script in the different name spaces.

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jetdv wrote on 11/2/2022, 9:31 AM

@FayFen the last version of VEGAS that DLL script would work in is 13. Do you have a newer version for Magix versions of VEGAS?

What did that script do?

As it's compiled, I assume you got it from somewhere else. Where did it come from?

In searching, it appears it may be part of Happy Otter Scripts. I would recommend you download the current version that supports MAGIX versions and reinstall.

FayFen wrote on 11/2/2022, 9:31 AM

I know that difference John, but these zoom tools are from HappyOtter and this very same zoom dll script worked 4me before. I'll go and D/L them again

*** OK guys, sorry I'm dumb 😥 I used the wrong dll's, the Sony's and not the Magix ....All OK now.