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Old 10th November 2003, 22:22   #21  |  Link
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HERE IT IS

try it:

look here under Adjust

AdjustY(clip, string "Y", bool "eval_frame")
"Y" is the formula string for the NEW Y and must use the variable Y (which represents the OLD Y) and can use N as current frame if eval_frame is TRUE.


I think it does what was proposed.

eval_frame=TRUE is quite slow,
but you can e.g. make FX like wobbling the luma:
AdjustY("Y+100*sin(N/2)", true)


maybe you report some results.

Works with AviSynth 2.5x, RGB32/RGB24/YUY2

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The plugin is not listed in your table ?
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oops, uploaded ZIP but forgot the index page...

this link should work
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hmm. if we're porting photoshop-style filters to avisynth, wouldn't it make sense to define the curves by just loading one of those photoshop curves preset files?

they're *.acv files or something. it'd be kool to bring a still into photoshop, tweek the curves, save a preset then import that into avisynth.

personally, if i could do that in avisynth i will have very few reasons to use after effects at all...
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sorry, I don't have photoshop.
can you send me some examples, maybe the files can easily be parsed.
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