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Old 10th June 2023, 19:49   #1  |  Link
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Writting VirtualDub Plugin in 2023, with no C++ knowledge.

I'd like to try this any advice on how to set up development environment and how to create basic hello world plugin is appreciated i am on Windows 10 tried Visual Studio 2005, but it did not work out well could not find option to add includes guess compatibility issues with OS.

Some step by step guide needed.
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Please give me some guidance as of what Virsual Studio version i can use minimally on Windows 10 if my interest is only writing 64 bit VDub plugin. Installing visual studio pollutes operating system so much i rather opt for option that is smaller in size. What you personally use?
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For VS2008, menu Tool/Options, I imagine that VS2005 is similar.

EDIT: You have to setup paths for both x86 and x64, even if they are the same.


Not exactly what you want, but it might possibly help if you do decide to take up coding for Avisynth [not Vdub].
Avisynth CPP Interface for C Programmers:- https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=163082

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I admire your optimism.

EDIT: Also perhaps of interest, [VirtualDub] Compiling VirtualDub with VC++ Express - how I did it
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=152778

Aint many VD coders on the D9.
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Had issues with my computer for several days, so could not get to it.

I installed visual studio 2005 and 2022 both are like mega huge install with large footprint on older computer, now after refreshing my OS i don't want to install VS again just for making small plugin for VDub.

Portable version of visual studio does not seem to exist so i want to try Visual Studio Code it seems to be more lightweight and they have portable version.
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The command line only ver$ of Visual studio is termed "BuildTools",
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bu...+visual+studio
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I would look at some existing plugins and learn from them.
Random VD plugin https://github.com/captainjack64/Videocrypt
https://github.com/Bassquake/ColorMill
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