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Installing plugins in protools

I just downloaded some plug ins for pro tools for the first time, and am having trouble getting PT to recognize them, the plug in manual says something about refreshing the pro tools' plug in cache, as usual the pro tools manual is no help, any ideas?
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which plugins and which Protools?
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When you run the plug-in's installer it should automatically put everything where it needs to go. The actual plug-in files should be in the "Plug Ins" folder.

More detail would help us help you.
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PT M powered ver. 7.1 running in mac os x 10.4.11

I've tried an assortment of free plug ins, some, like tritone digital have worked, one that I can't get to work now is the free camel audio compressor.
I used the pluggo Bus Runtime audio component scan program to have PT recognize the tritone plugins, but its not working with the camel audio, and others,

anyone else ever have this problem?
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one that I can't get to work now is the free camel audio compressor.
I did a quick google search, and this does not appear to be an RTAS plugin.
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camel audio

IT'S NOT RTAS !!!!

You need a vst to rtas wrapper for that one.
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Yes, its VST, I have used Pluggo runtime to run other plug ins, particularly the tri tone digital
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Yes, its VST, I have used Pluggo runtime to run other plug ins, particularly the tri tone digital
I think pluggo only works with c ertain vst's..not all of them.

You will need FXpansions vst to rtas adapter for almost everything!!

The only thing I have used pluggo for is the tritone just like you..
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