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Hi Mauddib,
Great new interface on V2ß3! It makes things a LOT easier!

What is the best way to convert the "Latest Optimal Script" into something that Moviestacker can "load"?

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I would love to know how to do this also as when i copied and pasted the latest optimal script into MovieStacker it didnt save properly.

Is there a way to convert maybe?
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Hi Zyphon,

You don't copy the optimal script into Moviestacker. You copy the optimal script to Notepad ( or some other ascii editor ), and you only use Moviestacker to get your resizing options, and copy those values to your script. Just fill in the values documented in the MA script, from the values Moviestacker gives you.
That is, if you plan on using the MA optimal script.
If you want to create a script from scratch, then you save the script created by Moviestacker.

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Hi Kwag thanx for the info buddy much appreciated.

Can i use Wordpad also?

God i love this site so much to learn i spent an entire weekend reading the guides and optimum scripts and still only scrated the surface, this is great stuff i love KVCD.
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...where do you get these "optimal scripts"???
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...where do you get these "optimal scripts"???
The optimal scripts are here:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3483

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Can i use Wordpad also?
Geeeee, sorry for the late reply
I guess I missed your post
Yes, you can use Wordpad.

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Can these scripts be used in MOVIE STACKER ???
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10-21-2003, 08:14 AM
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Can these scripts be used in MOVIE STACKER ???
You don't need MovieStacker to use the scripts.
Just use MovieStacker to open your source file, set your resizing options, etc, and copy&paste the relevant lines into your script in your favorite editor.

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....well, I'm assuming that I can copy and paste the optimal scripts in the AviSynth Script tab of MOVIE STACKER.....correct ???
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....well, I'm assuming that I can copy and paste the optimal scripts in the AviSynth Script tab of MOVIE STACKER.....correct ???
You do mean copy&paste resizing parameters FROM Moviestacker TO -> your notepad script, right

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....well, I'm assuming that I can copy and paste the optimal scripts in the AviSynth Script tab of MOVIE STACKER.....correct ???
You do mean copy&paste resizing parameters FROM Moviestacker TO -> your notepad script, right

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Is there a difference The end result would be a complete AVS file
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Is there a difference The end result would be a complete AVS file
What Kwag wanted to say is that Moviestacker generated scripts for avs2.0x and there are so much differences with the parameters of the filters for avs2.5.3 that very often, the only lines that are usable are the line concerning the resizing and the borders.

For a lot of people, including me, MovieStacker became (just) a wonderful tool to determinate the crop/size/borders settings and nothing more.
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Is there a difference The end result would be a complete AVS file
What Kwag wanted to say is that Moviestacker generated scripts for avs2.0x and there are so much differences with the parameters of the filters for avs2.5.3 that very often, the only lines that are usable are the line concerning the resizing and the borders.

For a lot of people, including me, MovieStacker became (just) a wonderful tool to determinate the crop/size/borders settings and nothing more.
I understand. I was using FITCD to generate an AVS file for TMPGEnc Pro. Worked well. But I am going to try avs2.5.3 with the Moviestacker sizing and the optimal scripts for DVD.
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