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Old 6th July 2011, 20:33   #1  |  Link
Madison Bullard
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Using native VirtualDub filters (such as IVTC) in avs scripts

Hi there!

I know there are IVTC filters written for use with AVISynth, but I'm interested in specifically using the filter built into VirtualDub. I know I can use LoadVirtualDubPlugin for .vdf filters, but I don't think that the native VirtualDub filters have a corresponding vdf file (or at least I can't find it). If anyone has any way to do this, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 6th July 2011, 22:39   #2  |  Link
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No, the built in filters are, built in.

Most are fairly trivial to compile into a free standing .vdf's, Avery tends to write very good modular code, but someone of course must do the extract and compile.

The Avisynth .vdf host does not implement the full VirtualDub API and only supports RGB32 colour space, so some filters can not be used. Also VirtualDub's API has moved on a fair bit since Avisynth's .vdf host was written so many of the newer feature like changing frame-count and other colour spaces are not supported.

Have a good look around usually someone, somewhere has written an Avisynth filter similar to the VirtualDub filter you are trying to use.
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