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Old 19th January 2021, 19:55   #3361  |  Link
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That worked great.

Thanks manolito!
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Old 20th January 2021, 09:36   #3362  |  Link
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Glad I could help...

Using VDub instead of the internal player has another big advantage if you want to edit out commervials from your source video. The internal player only lets you cut off a chunk at the start and another chunk at the end of the clip. With VDub you can edit out an unlimited number of segments and then save the edit points in a VCF file.

Once you have this VCF file you can use a tool called VCF2AVS which converts the edit commands in the VCF to Trim commands for AviSynth. Paste these Trim commands to the end of your AVStoDVD AVS script, and all edited out commercials will be gone without any audio sync problems. Get the latest VCF2AVS from this post:

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Old 11th June 2021, 19:07   #3363  |  Link
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Originally Posted by oopsie View Post
Issues with video preview when creating menus

Not sure my previous post went through...

Trying AVS2DVD with Windows 10.

If I preview a video during menu creation using the builtin player, I get no video. The numbers increment but the screen is blank.

If this can't be fixed, please suggest an external video player that can show frame numbers during play.


Try MPC. I used MPC portable as I have this annoying minor issue with Windows 10 as well or stop the preview and start it again then it works

It runs from where you put the folder, just tell AVStoDVD to use the external player


Let it auto-extract the folder to where the file was downloaded, then simply copy/move that folder to where youw ish. I have it in the AVStoDVD folder as I use the portable release of AVStoDVD
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