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Old 20th August 2014, 23:52   #10  |  Link
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From my code:
SaveFile "_ENCODE_3D_MOVIE.avs" $avs utf-8 auto
And, when I open the file in PSPad, it is (correctly) identified as using code page UTF-8. Nothing is saved in ANSI in BD3D2MK3D, because MS ANSI is a nightmare.

I've just relaunched the encode of my little test clip, after having forced UTF-8 again with PSPad, and re-saved the AVS script, and Avisynth has accepted it without problem.

(The only little problem I'm aware of is related to the output of MkvMerge in the command prompt window. At the end of the muxing process, it displays the name of the output file, and if it contains foreign characters, they are replaced by strange symbols. Like in this example: "The file 'test accentué à à à ö ü 3D-SBS 1080p (Rol).mkv' has been opened for writing." But the file is written to disc with the correct file name. Obviously, it's a bug of mkvmerge.exe, that outputs UTF-8 characters to the Windows console, that supports only OEM code pages. But it's only a cosmetic problem, since everything is OK.)

Are you sure you use a correct version of Avisynth? I use v2.58, build Dec 22 2008 [08:46:51].
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