I'm Having a problem with a missing library, i put the 3 DLL files in "C:\Windows\SysWOW64" as i used to do, but know it does work anymore... what should i do?
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What libraries are you talking about?
AviSynth filters go in AviSynth's plugins folder (or can be manually loaded in the script). 32 bit system libraries go in C:\Windows\SysWow64 under 64 bit Windows. 64 bit system libraries go in C:\Windows\System32 under 64 bit Windows. 32 bit libraries go in C;\Windows\System32 under 32 bit Windows.
32 bit AviSynth can only access 32 bit libraries and filters. 64 bit AviSynth can only access 64 bit libraries and filters.
Last edited by jagabo; 26th Sep 2015 at 07:35.
Also, "C:\Windows" is a user choice, it could be any drive letter and directory name. It's better to use the environment variables for system paths, i.e. "%SystemRoot%" or "%windir%".
Of course, in this particular case it is "C:\Windows" and mentioning the variables would most likely have caused severe confusion.
Last edited by jagabo; 26th Sep 2015 at 07:34.
Ok i did... and after it shown this message
It's telling you what the problem is.
How about posting the whole script and describing what it should do.
DirectShowSource("C:\Users\YaCinO\Downloads\majid.ts", fps=25.000, audio=false, convertfps=true).AssumeFPS(25,1)
LanczosResize(1280,720) # Lanczos (Sharp)
Last edited by yaston; 26th Sep 2015 at 12:00.
Avisynth Info Tool, go to "Tools" -> "Plugin Info" and see if the plugin enumeration fails. For this to work, your plugins have to be in the Avisynth auto-load directory.
Alternatively, check your fft3dgpu.dll directly with Dependency Walker.
Lastly, consider reading the documentation of the plugins you use as _Al_ suggested above.
Last edited by Groucho2004; 26th Sep 2015 at 11:28.
Stupid question, do you have that file in that directory with correct syntax?
Well i was missing to DirectX and it fixed @_Al_ so many thanks for you attension and all of you ☺☺☺♥♥♥