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Old 23rd April 2006, 23:12   #1  |  Link
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avs script into auto gk?

Here is the thing.
I'd like to encode parts of a dvd into avi using AUTO gk (not just gk and not virtual dub).

So I decrypt the dvd and then I open vob files in dgindex, and a save the project I want.
Then I load the project using a avisynth function, into an avs script.
So I come up with a avs file that I can watch using windows media video (i.e.).

I'd like to encode the "fake avi", i.e. the avs file, through AUTO gk.
What do I have to do?
Auto gk says that avs is not a supported input.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 24th April 2006, 07:36   #2  |  Link
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for building fake avi from avs you need a recent build of ffdshow and install the avs frameserving.

then use makeAVIS.exe for build your av(s)i

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thank you buzzqw :=)

Only, I'm a very beginner in all this video-making, so I'm a bit slow. Sorry.

Would you mind being sligthly more detailed?
1) I should install the latest "ffdshow" codec pack.
2) Then, I should probably install a software for avs frameserving. Which one? Pick a name, please.
3) I'll find in the avs frameserving software an application named "makeAVIs.exe", that will do my job.

Is that correct?
And if so, please name at least one avs frameserving. I surfed the web a bit but couldn't work this out.

Thanks so much
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Old 24th April 2006, 12:42   #4  |  Link
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recent build of ffdshow already have avs-frameserving in package.

Simply, during install, choose



and then in ffdshow install folder you have makeavis.exe

Lauch it, choose your avs, build tha avi.

REMEMBER to choose in ffdshow support codec even avisynth !

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Oh buzzqw, you have been a real saver!
Thank you sooo much!
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