Is AviSynth support in SVCD2DVD something that people would be interested in?
Basically, in the most simplest scenario you could have an "input.avs" text file with this single line :
and then input.avs could be an asset of SVCD2DVD.
So you could convert any file to DVD, as long as you have the DirectShow filters to play the file in WMP.
Obviously, for the more seasoned AviSynth users, any script which produces interleaved video and audio frames will work. So all your favorite complex scripts would work too...
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Dwight: the latest build: 2.5.2725 has this added now. Any avs related findings (good or bad) can be posted in this topic please.
Nice job on the avisynth script feature. What I would really like to see though is a batch operation or a command line option for SVCD2DVD. Is there any chance of that happening in the near future?
I realize we can start more than one instance of the program but I prefer to not bog down my machine too much with encoding chores. I would like to be able to run SVCD2DVD sequentially to encode multiple movies.
hmmmmmmmm don't know how I missed this!!
Do files loaded with DirectShowSource statement
automatically pick up .sup subtitles? Or better yet,
can you place a VobSub statement in the script to
hard code idx/sub subtitles?
Hmmmmmmm I'm gettin' nowhere fast. If I have this input.avs
and try to import it I get "unable to import asset"
if I have this input.avs
it appears to be loading, but it never makes the asset list and the program hangs.
edit: btw I have other converters on the machine that load all
input with DirectShowSource statements and have converted
the .avi movie in question so the DirectShow filters and the
input .avi file are not hosed.
It's not that it's that big a deal to do SubToSup but then you run into the
color change hassle. White subs with black outline become hot pink with
green outline and it's really an eye strain. It would be nice if I get
get it to do simple .avs scripts.
I'm just thinking, is there any possibility that SVCD2DVD takes note of where stuff
is during the install? Maybe when I install some other encoders it may change the
location or something in the registry to do with AviSynth? Seems strange.
I do have a gizmo to change the subtitle colors. I haven't looked at it
since the last update but I hope the author made it easier to change
the color palette or whatever it is that controls foreground background
border color etc.. I mess with it and get it to work but by the next time
I forget how to use it!!
If you're in a hurry then it's a hair pull.