I didnít know you could move the frame around in the Filter Preview box. That makes things easier.
Here is a screenshot of Virtualdubís Filter Input Cropping box. Notice it shows the whole frame so you can crop both top and bottom and both sides without having to move anything.
I was stretching the box in Virtualdub2 trying to get to the sides and it was making things difficult. Covering up the Filter Input Cropping Box. Being able to move the frame around makes things easier.
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Virtualdub FFMpeg Input Plugin project was removed from sourceforge.net. It was removed in June 2022: http://web.archive.org/web/20220610171440/https://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualdubf...tplugin/files/
Is there archive with all available for download versions?
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Mine becomes active if I click on an AVI, before I click "Open". Then I can select AVI Input Driver.
I guess I have to use Avidemux and direct stream copy to AVI and then use Virtualdub2 to edit and direct stream copy. I have an MKV that if I open in regular Virtualdub, it plays out of sync but when I open it in Virtualdub2 it plays fine but there is no way to direct stream copy.
Originally Posted by DarrellS
But yes, if you want to DSC edit in VDub2, it looks like you've got to get the file into AVI format.
I suspect VDub1x predates MKV by so much that it can't deal with MKVs well.
Virtualdub, I have to keep going back and cutting it again because it leaves ten or fifteen frames at the end where I made my cut. Avidemux usually cuts it right where I want it. I've just used Virtualdub for so long. If I need to do editing where I'm cropping and using filters then I'll use Virtualdub.