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VB-CABLE for MAC

Posted: Mon May 11, 2020 10:52 am
by Vincent Burel
VB-CABLE for MAC is available since May 2020
it is compatible with macOS 64 bits version 10.10 to 10.15

VB-CABLE is a virtual audio device working as Virtual Audio Cable made to connect 2x audio applications together.
The DMG package is available for download on the official VB-CABLE page:
http://www.vb-cable.com

The VB-CABLE for MAC is working exactly like the VB-CABLE for PC, it appear as an Audio device and works like a virtual audio cable.
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All audio sent to the input of the cable, can be captured on the output of the Cable
1 to 8 channels / 44100 Hz to 192 kHz
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The ControlPanel Application also allows to check some real time data / statistics and manage the internal latency.
In this example above the Player application is sending 128 samples buffer while the capture application is using 4096 samples buffer.

This configuration should requires a 3x 4096 sample Internal Latency but it seems to work with 7168 sample as well.

CHECKING DRIVER STATUS
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The Control panel application displays a green LED if the driver is fully operational.
otherwise you can click on it to get a more detailed status.
VBCABLEMacControlPanelChecking107.jpg
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How to De-Install the VB-CABLE for MAC

Posted: Sun May 17, 2020 7:37 am
by Vincent Burel
To de-install the VB-CABLE for MAC you simply have to:

DELETE the VBCable.Driver file in your MAC/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL directory
DELETE the VB-CABLE Control Panel.app file in your Applications/VB-Audio directory

you can also
DELETE the com.vbaudio.vbcable.plist file in your MAC/Library/Preferences/ directory
DELETE the com.vbaudio.vbcableagent.plist file in your MAC/Library/LaunchDaemons/ directory


To de-install the VB-CABLE A for MAC:
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DELETE the VBCableA.Driver file in your MAC/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL directory
DELETE the VB-CABLE Control Panel A.app file in your Applications/VB-Audio directory
DELETE the com.vbaudio.vbcable_A.plist file in your MAC/Library/Preferences/ directory
DELETE the com.vbaudio.vbcableagent_A.plist file in your MAC/Library/LaunchDaemons/ directory