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Old 10th April 2008, 01:41   #1  |  Link
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frames number

how can i get the number of frame in a video
using avs??

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open in virtualdub, virtualdubmod, avsp or any program that can provide a preview.

Go to the last frame: that number is the number of frames your clip has.
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thank for the reply
i know that.

but how can i get the number of frame by avs (avisynth).
with commandline tool
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Among other things, a simple Info() should give you the current frame number and the total number of frames in the format Frame: xxxx of yyyy. Is that what you were asking?
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http://members.optusnet.com.au/squid_80/avsutil.zip

c:\>avsutil <script.avs>

will return the number of frames in %errorlevel%
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ShowFrameNumber()
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Info()


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