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WhiteKnight54 12-18-2002 10:37 PM

avisynth: i understand everything but the filters/scripts
 
Alright i understand everything but the filters/scripts. I d/l'ed AVisynth and now have no-idea what to do. I have seen other peoples scripts with blockbust and fluxsmooth and such but have no idea if i d/l those or were i get them. Also once u do have your script do u just copy it to wordpad or something becasue as far as i can see avisynth isn't actually a program i can open. Once u get the file what do u do with it? Open it by source in TMPgenc?

Thanks

kwag 12-18-2002 11:01 PM

Re: one last question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteKnight54
Alright i understand everything but the filters/scripts. I d/l'ed AVisynth and now have no-idea what to do. I have seen other peoples scripts with blockbust and fluxsmooth and such but have no idea if i d/l those or were i get them. Also once u do have your script do u just copy it to wordpad or something becasue as far as i can see avisynth isn't actually a program i can open. Once u get the file what do u do with it? Open it by source in TMPgenc?

Thanks

AviSynth installs as a .dll and associates the extension .avs to it. You edit your .avs files with Notepad or Wordpad, just like you described. When TMPEG opens this .avs file as video source, video is routed through this .dll, and AviSynth is what actually does the processing, reading and interpreting the commands in the .avs script. SansGrip filters are mirrored here and include excelent documentation: http://www.kvcd.net/sansgrip/avisynth
You should use FitCD to create a basic skeleton .avs script. Get it here: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1369

-kwag

caish5 12-18-2002 11:03 PM

You open thr scripts with TMPGenc as the source.
You edit them with notepad or any other plain text editor.
AVIsynth does it's magic in the background!
Try to start out by cutting and pasting a few from these forums and
start making small changes to them. Eventually you'll figure it out and wonder how you ever lived without it.

WhiteKnight54 12-18-2002 11:48 PM

so do i combine the script from FITcd into a big final one?

kwag 12-18-2002 11:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteKnight54
so do i combine the script from FITcd into a big final one?

Yes, add the SansGrip filters ( Blockbuster, Fluxsmooth, etc. ) to your skeleton .avs script.

Here's a sample .avs I'm currently using right now on a movie:

Code:

LoadPlugin("C:\encoding\MPEG2DEC.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\encoding\fluxsmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\encoding\blockbuster.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\encoding\legalclip.dll")
mpeg2source("K:\RED_PLANET\VIDEO_TS\red.d2v")
LegalClip()
FluxSmooth()
Blockbuster( method="noise", detail_min=1, detail_max=10, variance=1, cache=1024 ) # Apply noise if complexity is <= 10%.
LegalClip()

-kwag

WhiteKnight54 12-18-2002 11:57 PM

if i am going to use bbmeg to put together the video and audio can i just put a line for the video and forget about a line about audi? (i will decompress the movie audio using virtual dub)

kwag 12-19-2002 12:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteKnight54
if i am going to use bbmeg to put together the video and audio can i just put a line for the video and forget about a line about audi? (i will decompress the movie audio using virtual dub)

Yes. Just like the script above. I never process audio with AviSynth. I always encode audio separately with HeadAC3he. Then you mux your separate streams with BBMpeg.

-kwag


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