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If your license(s) are activated on the computer you're moving from (called a machine license) you'll need to deactivate the existing machine license first, then activate it to the new computer.To deactivate an existing machine license, launch the Installation Center on your old computer, and go to a product in the list.The next time you launch your DAW, it should scan the plugin directory and make PLAY available as a plugin.If your DAW requires you to manually scan the VST plugin directory, please refer to your DAWs documentation for instructions.
However, if you already have a Play Library installed on a hard drive, and you'd like to move them to some other location, first create a Play Libraries folder at the new location. Please note, if you downloaded directly from the Installation Center, this directory path has already been established.
Transferring your libraries to another hard drive has the added benefit of keeping the supplied drive as a backup solution. Transferring the Library to a new drive If you already have Play Libraries installed on a hard drive, and you'd like to move some to another location, first create a Play Libraries folder at the new location.
Next, drag the Main Library folder for a given product from it's existing location and drop it into the new Play Libraries folder on the other drive. Do this for each library you would like to move, and delete the content from it's previous location when the content has finished transferring. Locate Directory and Reinstall The last step when moving Play Libraries to a new hard drive is to establish the directory path between Play and each product's Library.
This setting uses the least amount of RAM (resulting in the fastest loading time and smallest memory footprint), but requires fast SSD drives for smooth playback.
A ‘Cache Level’ of 2 is a good starting point for users with mid-range computer setups that have an aging CPU, but with SSD drives for sample streaming and plenty of memory (RAM).