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Old 10th June 2019, 05:10   #1  |  Link
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arearesize

I just nuked my laptop and reinstalled Win7 and AVIsynth. I dumped AreaResize.dll into the plugins directory. When I try to use vdub to open an avisynth script that uses Arearesize, I get an error saying that there is no function named Arearesize.

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Isn't the answer here?
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Isn't the answer here?
You'd think so, but I'm using the old Chikuzen version that used to work.

EDIT: installing Visual C++ 2010 x64 and 2012 x86 seemed to work, and also got rid of a couple of other error messages that seemed pointless because they weren't actually stopping anything from working.
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