My fiancée is trying to get started recording audiobooks, and one of the things she’s found, which has been deemed as important is the plug-in, “Acx-check.ny” but has been having trouble getting it up and running.
I spent about an hour last night trying to help to no avail, and some of the time included perusing this forum.
Some background: I’ve downloaded the plug-in from this address: https://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Nyquist_Analyze_Plug-ins#ACX_Check
I clicked the download link and the file appeared in the download folder.
After that, I moved the file to “~/Library/Application Support/audacity/Plug-Ins”
Instructions from there indicated that I should choose “Effect > Manage” and the Plug-In should show up and could be enabled, but it doesn’t appear.
I’ve also seen direction to follow “Analyze > Manage” or “Generate > Manage” but there’s nothing matching the file either.
The most common issue seems to have stemmed from the Acx-check.ny also having a hidden .txt file, but I’ve checked that and that doesn’t seem to be an issue.
I’ve restarted both the computer and Audacity, but have had no luck whatsoever.
I’ve yet to uninstall and reinstall the program, but one thing that I have found is that it appears that there are actually two Plug-In folders, one which is found at “~/Library/Application Support/audacity/Plug-Ins”, and then inside that folder is another folder, also listed “plug-ins” which has almost all of the same files as the parent folder, with the exception of one file, “sc4_1882.so”, which is located in the parent folder.
Any help would be appreciated.