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Old 7th May 2010, 10:01   #1  |  Link
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Problem in loading AVSP

First, i like to apologize and request staff not to be angry on me for posting avsp releated thing here. I looked every where not able to find specific forum. Later on searching saw avsp threads in both avisynth development and usage..so decided to post here.

My Problem in brief "I use avsp for scripting and my habit was to use my previous scripts and do some experiments. some thing happened to my avsp i believe its the problem with the file "_last_session_.ses" since after starting avsp, it displays load error window and stops.so i tried to move that file out of the folder and run the avsp its working good...but with out my old scripts its like i feel my hands are tied. can you help me regarding this.

I use avisynth 2.5 in Windows 7 intel I5 processor.

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Old 7th May 2010, 10:39   #2  |  Link
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Any scripts previously saved to external files will still be there, you just have to open them again. If you want to know which files you had loaded in a previous session, look at _last_session_.ses in an editor (it's just a text file) and you will find their names in there.

If you mean you had modified and unsaved scripts loaded in AvsP, that's a bit more tricky, but the script text is also in _last_session_.ses, although a bit less readable. If you have some idea about which script causes the problem (presumably one of the last ones you changed), you could edit that script out of _last_session_.ses and recover the others.
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Old 7th May 2010, 16:02   #3  |  Link
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thanks for your reply,can you tell me how to open _last_session_.ses and edit.
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Old 7th May 2010, 17:13   #4  |  Link
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As I said, it's just a text file, so you can use any editor, eg Notepad(*). You should be able to see different sections that correspond to the scripts you had loaded, but I don't know the exact details of what everything means. Best to make a copy before editing it, so that you can try again if something goes wrong.

(*)Edit: Actually, the structure can be seen more easily using Wordpad.

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As I said, it's just a text file, so you can use any editor, eg Notepad(*). You should be able to see different sections that correspond to the scripts you had loaded, but I don't know the exact details of what everything means. Best to make a copy before editing it, so that you can try again if something goes wrong.

(*)Edit: Actually, the structure can be seen more easily using Wordpad.
thanks and appreciate your reply again..i dont know and its hard to explain. i told you that before i tried to run the avsp moving that file from the folder some how it got replaced and may be i overlooked while replacing it and clicked something..

thanks will try for sure next time.
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