October 5, 2015
If your iZotope plug-in is not available within your Windows-based plug-in host or DAW as a VST plug-in, here are few things to try:
Check the configuration of the VST plug-in folder directories within your plug-in host. During installation, you are given the option to change the directory to where the plugins will be installed.
By default, iZotope products will install to the system's VST plug-in folder, which is typically:
If the VST files do not seem to have been installed in the locations specified during installation, please run the installer again making special note as to where the installer is placing these VST files.
Note: You may need to manually add the correct VST directories in your plug-in host's preferences for it to be able to find the plugin. For specific instructions on this process, please consult your plug-in host's user guide.
Rescan plug-ins within your plug-in host. Some plug-in hosts might not show newly-installed plug-ins until their plug-in lists are manually "refreshed." This is sometimes the case in plug-in hosts such as FL Studio and Adobe Audition, and there should be an option within the host to trigger a manual refresh. For specific instructions on this process, please consult your plug-in host's user guide.
If you have any additional questions, please iZotope Customer Support.