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Old 27th December 2014, 20:09   #1  |  Link
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Alternative for VDub?

I mostly work with the AVS PMod editor and AVS Scripts. It is very conventient, as I can see the results immediately in the preview window. Then, when the script works as I want, I open Vdub and my script and I output my videofiles as desired. So far no big problem, apart from some incompatibilities.

Is there another way to output the final video-file? ...another tool than VDub...?
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What is the desired format for your final video ?

avspmod can export video as well

ffmpeg can be compiled with avs support, and supports many formats
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What is the desired format for your final video ?
avspmod can export video as well
ffmpeg can be compiled with avs support, and supports many formats
great, didn't know that. I preferably export to uncompressed avi or something highly lossless. I would stick to avspmod... how does this work?
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tools => save as avi

But I don't think it saves audio (or maybe they added it not sure, I'm using an older version)

ffmpeg can be used to batch convert and you have many more options, but it's commandline
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With VirtualDubMod you can do anything you want.

Download it from here:

This version is an improvement made by bcn_246:

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For all I do not recommend VirtualDubMod is to capture images, that would explain with this script.

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Isn't VirtualDubMod hopelessly out of date?

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I'm not sure that's true either...
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Isn't VirtualDubMod hopelessly out of date?
It does everything I want.
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MS Paint does everything some people want, but I wouldn't recommend it an alternative to Photoshop. I wouldn't class VirtualDubMod as an alternative to VirtualDub, when most (all?) of VirtualDubMod's features (which papcom has given no indication of requiring, in any case) can be added to up-to-date versions of VirtualDub with plugins.
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VirtualDubMod does most things that I want but I also use VD current too.
Would love to have a davidhorman produced ver$ of VD current with Avisynth scripting support, which is thing that I most require of VDMod.
(David, are you saying that Avisynth script is supported in VD plug ?)
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Given the hoops I had to jump through to compile VirtualDub last time (all to stop it skipping frames if they took too long to decode when using left/right arrow) it's unlikely.

I've had plans for something VirtualDub-like but more AviSynth-aware cooking for a long time, but haven't got very far with them. Of course if anyone wants to fund my life for a year or two, there'd be no problem
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I wouldn't class VirtualDubMod as an alternative to VirtualDub, when most (all?) of VirtualDubMod's features (which papcom has given no indication of requiring, in any case) can be added to up-to-date versions of VirtualDub with plugins.
I only want to open an AVI file (temporary file) or AVS script, pass it to video and audio codecs, select a file name and watch the progress. Bot VD and VDM do that, but VDM saves the "Fast recompress" menu selection. If there's a plugin that does that...

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Avisynth scripting support, which is thing that I most require of VDMod
I just use AvsPmod.
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but VDM saves the "Fast recompress" menu selection. If there's a plugin that does that...
Assuming you mean 'stay in YUV'. Virtualdub does too since a while (provided the filters support that; i think all internal filters support YUV, but i'm not sure).
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