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Old 2nd August 2002, 12:28   #1  |  Link
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Avisynth 2 CVS binaries

I've done a page for downloading the newest CVS binaries, for those eager to try them out:

Avisynth 2 CVS snapshot binaries

I'll keep it updated.

If anyone has objections to this, just PM or mail me, and I'll take it down.
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Old 2nd August 2002, 12:32   #2  |  Link
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Thanks! Are MergeChroma and Layer working again? In the changelog you didn't mention AssumeTFF() and AssumeBFF().
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Both are working (hopefully!) - dividee fixed layer, and I fixed mergechroma/luma, so you should be ready to rock

AssumeTFF() and AssumeBFF() are in the build, but I haven't tested them myself. (Adding them to history)
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Thank you very much.I will not have to fight every change to compile
I am newbie for ever.By the way I've post in page 2 of http://sourceforge.net/projects/avisynth2 a small problem I've had with resample.cpp to be able to compile with last comits.
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Have you done a Rebuild All? What's your build setup?

Check out you got the newest transform.c and transform.h, the Crop parameter was changed in (transform.h version 1.1, 2002/07/04 13:23:04) to include env.

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I am really sorry I hadn't update trasnform.h and cpp.
Please forgive this newbie mistake.
Thanks again all of you four your great work
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No problem mate - we've all done that one time or another
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Old 2nd August 2002, 17:10   #8  |  Link
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Just updated:
- New function ConvertToMono(clip) - convert stereo to mono.
- New function KillAudio(clip) removes audio from clip. Use this if you get crashes with compressed AVI sound.
- Added sound to Loop() function.

Down'em if you need'em.
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I've given you rights to release files via SourceForge. That brings the total to 4 people (me, Koepi, dividee, you) so hopefully we can keep the binaries there more up to date now.
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Is there a prog tha can download all the files of a cvs and if you have them update only the new ones??

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@Richard:
I didn't even knew I had this right! Must have missed it somewhere.

@Moonwalker:
Yes of course there are such progs; how do you think developer works ? The most widely used CVS client seems to be WinCVS, for my part I use Tortoise CVS. Be warned these programs are usually a pain to set up.
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Good work guys.

@Richard - Could you add me to the project (as trbarry)?

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You've been on the list since the beginning, which should at least let you work with CVS. If that doesn't work or you need other rights, let me know.
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if you could release binaries more often on sourceforge (with the source) it would be usefull. I've never used CVS so i'm always waiting for a new updated src. one update per week seems good.
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Uh! Nice to know

But I still don't get avisynth to compile (elsy I would've been playing around with it much more already ).

EDIT: dumb I am!
Finally found the switch wher the "full download" is selectable. now it's prime time *download*


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Once a week sounds reasonable, and we should make the source downloadable too - agree!

Just updated the page with aug. 5 binaries, new features include:

- GetLeftChannel - Returns left channel.
- GetRightChannel - Returns right channel.
- MonoToStereo(clip1_left,clip2_right) - muxes two clips together as one stereo clip.
- MixAudio(clip_1,clip_2,float clip1_volume, float clip2_volume) Mixes two audio sources together.
- Added ConvertBackToYUY2() That only uses chroma from the left pixel to avoid shifting chroma color by multiple YUY2->RGB>YUY2 conversions. ConvertToYUY2 remains unchanged.
- Added Documentation for new parameters

I'll try doing a seperate build with dividee's modified avisource. [EDIT: No - I wont - get it from the ACM thread].

I think we should wait until dividee has finished fixing avisource audio, until there'll be a new release.
The next release will probably be 2.10, due to the many new features.
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Could you (or Koepi or someone) also release the updated builds to SourceForge? Here's a shortcut to the page (it'll make you login first) -- just type in the version # and follow the instructions.
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Yes - I'll do it, but as stated above, I think we should wait a little bit, and do a major release - with PR and everything

Hopefully I get some time for updating the documentation.
I've been thinking of a restructuring, so each filter gets its own html-file. I've not worked much with sourceforge doumentation, but my first impression is, that it would be a lot easier, if documentation was a part of the CVS tree - how does that sound?

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... and don't release anything until you have settled the Decomb issue with Don Graft.
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... and don't release anything until you have settled the Decomb issue with Don Graft.
No - absolutely right!
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