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Old 6th February 2002, 14:00   #1  |  Link
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Adding filters to avisynth

This is my first time editing avs script and can not work out how to add filters in. I am trying add the smart smoother in but no luck. I've tried Loadvirtualdubplugin("d:\virtualdub\plugins\smooth.vdf") but it give me an error. ive read all the giudes i could find and all the post but still no luck. if you could tell me how to add it in or direct me to a site that shows me how or even an sample script would be very appreciated.
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Old 6th February 2002, 15:25   #2  |  Link
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From AVISynth reference :
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LoadVirtualDubPlugin("filename","filtername",preroll) loads a plugin written for VirtualDub. "filename" is the name of the .vdf file. After calling this function, the filter will be known as "filtername" in avisynth. VirtualDub filters only supports RGB32. Some filters output depends on previous frames; for those preroll should be set to at least the number of frames the filter needs to pre-process to fill its buffers and/or updates its internal variables. Convenient Avisynth-style interfaces to many VirtualDub plugins are available in the file vdfilters.avs, which is included in the avisynth distribution (but this file is getting old and should be updated). To use it, edit the VirtualDub_plugin_directory variable at the top of the file to point to your VirtualDub plugin directory and import the contents of the file in your script (with the Import function).
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thanks
i worked out how to use it with the vdfilters.avs
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