how to use AvsPmod that take Screenshot like this one what script do i have to enter?
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If you index a video with ffmsindex, you can also achieve a similar thing by adding ffinfo() to your script. Assuming it works. For some reason it doesn't work for the OP in this thread, but it works for me. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/363326-AvsPomd-Script-error-there-is-no-function-na...finfo-pls-help
You have to use AviSource() or DirectShowSource() and configure your system so that ffdshow is doing the decoding. That may mean you have to use a filter tweaker to change priorities of the various decoders on your system.
While configuring ffdshow, be sure to enable the Tray Icon. That way you'll know for sure if ffdshow is being used -- by the icon in the Tray.
If you're using 64 bit windows keep in mind that 32 bit programs require 32 bit AviSynth and codecs. 64 bit programs require 64 bit AviSynth and codecs.
Oh, I just noticed there is a "merit" setting you can set in ffdshow (this is what a filter manager would change). Start -> All Programs -> ffdshow -> Video Decoder Configuration (or VFW Config if using AviSource) -> DirectShow Control (left pane) -> Merit (right pane): very high (move slider all the way to the right).
Last edited by jagabo; 24th Mar 2014 at 20:19.
DirectShowSource("C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\Sarka Pancochova2014.mp4", Pixel_Type="yuy2")
Subtitle("Sarka Pancochova2014.mp4", font="Arial", size=24, text_color=$ff0000, align=3)
ShowFrameNumber(scroll=true, x=10, y=27, font="Arial", size=24, text_color=$ff0000)
ShowTime(x=72, y=44, font="Arial", size=24, text_color=$ff0000)
ShowSMPTE(fps=29.97, x=68, y=61, font="Arial", size=24, text_color=$ff0000)