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Old 14th April 2013, 05:27   #1  |  Link
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Looking for an avs GUI

Greetings from China!
The initial sentence of my post indicates that my English isn't so good, so you can treat my grammar errors as Easter eggs and LOL
Well, partly a joke. Let's get down to business.

Is there any GUI of avs script writer that meets my need?

1.Like Premiere Pro or other visual video editors with a timeline and a video preview window.
2.Able to do simple video edit that avs can do such as trimming, resizing, cropping, adding subs, deinterlacing and so on(more effects can function and be previewed if it loads avs plugins)
3.Able to export an avs script and/or co-work with encoders(MeGUI and more).

If you know any, please give me the link!!!
If you or your team is currently working on it, please let me know as well!
Comments are appreciated!
Thanks in advance!

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Why not just use MeGUI's built in AVS Script Creator, since you already mentioned MeGUI?

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Yeah, it's efficient in some way. But I think the built-in AVS Script Creator is too basic to handle complex video editing. With the creator, you tell it your parameters and it translates it for you. And something untranslatable must be typed by yourself. So I have to type lots of code if I want to do the same thing in Premiere: import 4 1080i videos, deinterlace and do a color calibration, delayer 1 of these as PIP, fade in and out and resize it for 720P. But I dislike Premiere because it is commercial and it occupies RAM and HDD space(cache) a lot. I love the way avs works:the script pretends to be a real video file. So I really want this kind of GUI.
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Old 14th April 2013, 09:53   #4  |  Link
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I think the nearest you can get is AvsP

http://avisynth.org/qwerpoi/

and there was this that looked like a good idea but progress has stalled

http://sourceforge.net/projects/vidbug/
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Thank you steptoe! AvsP is good. At least it provides a preview window. I compose my code in AvsP, recalling my old days of coding in VB6. With syntax hints, friendly to birds like me.
And I tried to google some info about vidbug. A post in doom9 forum was all I got, which linked a link to its unavailable official site. As you say, STALLED. What a pity!
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One new thing for avspmod is the great introduction that filters or user scripts can now be loaded from teh wikipage instead of hunting them down or trying to write your own functions to work with various avisynth plugins

You should eventually be able to see exactly what pretty much any avisynth plugin or script, past or current, will do in almost realtime ... depending on the source



On a tangent, can somebody please explain how I can load an MKV into avspmod so I can run filters against the source then I can start doing some realtime filtering then I can run it through avisynth to process the full source. I have never been able to work out how to load any source to run filters against it. Simple stuff I know, but I just cannot grasp it. hmmmmm
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On a tangent, can somebody please explain how I can load an MKV into avspmod so I can run filters against the source then I can start doing some realtime filtering then I can run it through avisynth to process the full source. I have never been able to work out how to load any source to run filters against it. Simple stuff I know, but I just cannot grasp it. hmmmmm
Open blank avspmod page and drag and drop
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Thanks, simple really

Now to convince the wiki functions to load into the editor as explained in the docs. Need to spend more time reading it again
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