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Old 7 Mar 2006, 09:13 AM   #1
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Default avisynth frameserve to tmpgenc

just wondering, can u use this script to frameserve to tmpgenc:
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\RemoveGrain")
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\Deen")
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\RemoveGrain")
AVISource("d:dirdirtest.avi")
RemoveGrain(mode=2)
Deen()

save as *.avs then open in tmpgenc

i got the script here: http://forum.digital-digest.com/show...073#post352073
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as long as the paths are correct, i don't see why not. but i wouldn't use it unless your source was terribly grainy
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just wondering, can u use this script to frameserve to tmpgenc:
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\RemoveGrain")
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\Deen")
LoadPlugin("d:\avisynth\plugins\RemoveGrain")
AVISource("d:dirdirtest.avi")
RemoveGrain(mode=2)
Deen()

save as *.avs then open in tmpgenc

i got the script here: http://forum.digital-digest.com/show...073#post352073
if you put the filter dll's (removegrain) in the "avisynth\plugin" directory you wont need to give the "loadplugin" command.

But just in case you need to use the command, give full filter name in the path i.e. "\removegrain.dll". Use the SSE* ver of the plugin for faster processing. You are again missing a "\" in the "avisource" command and loading the removegrain filter twice.

Also for better compatibility, use the "readavs.dll" plugin for avs script with TMPGEnc, get it from here.
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thnks for all the tips and help
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