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  1. Short story: I do this for fun and also to clean my gopro material shot while traveling.
    There are lots of issues fixed from original VirtualDub, also I made some video filters that are most important IMO for basic image enhancement.

    https://sourceforge.net/p/vdfiltermod/wiki/Home/

    Appreciate defect reports, complaints etc.
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    i dont see t or checck them yet, but thank you for share them.

    i wish know do this kind of stuff but i not have skills.
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    Many thanks for the modifications — I will run some tests as soon as I finish my transition to Windows 7

    BTW — how about moving the project to GitHub
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  4. Originally Posted by El Heggunte View Post
    how about moving the project to GitHub?
    For what benefit? It would take considerable amount of time so the reason must be really good
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  5. http://gfycat.com/PaleShorttermBelugawhale

    Sorry converted quality sucks, but I see no way to control it.

    Before making this filter I tried various things.
    MultiAdjust, RGB Equalizer, ColorMill, Gradation Curves... The impression was: too convoluted UI (imho), and/or low performance, and/or simply not able to reach desired effect.
    I wanted something fast, easy and with enough precision and range. The closest match was "Lab" but with issues too.
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  6. I miss Avisynth support in original VirtualDub and this is most beneficial addon to any VDub fork.
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  7. Please explain: did I break Avisynth support? How it worked (what kind of support)?
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    Avisynth support working fine.

    What issues have you fixed??
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  9. Originally Posted by Xebika View Post
    What issues have you fixed??
    Please read that wiki page and also readme in download section. If something needs explanation I can give more details.
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  10. Originally Posted by shekh View Post
    Please explain: did I break Avisynth support? How it worked (what kind of support)?
    Simple - Avisynth editor in VirtualDub.
    Same functionality like https://www.videohelp.com/software/VirtualdubMOD only with best from new VirtualDub and Avisynth - as i can understand objection from VirtualDub author (he openly expressed no interest in native Avisynth script support and edition) but this is most crucial functionality form any VirtualDub fork (i use old VirtualDubMod due of this - Avisynth is more important to mee than VirtualDub).
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    Originally Posted by shekh View Post
    Originally Posted by Xebika View Post
    What issues have you fixed??
    Please read that wiki page and also readme in download section. If something needs explanation I can give more details.
    Ok i will have a look in the wiki.
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  12. pandy:

    I see. To be clear I am not avs user so I dont`have interest to make it. But maybe I can help if there is someone who can contribute this feature and understands it.
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  13. Originally Posted by shekh View Post
    pandy:

    I see. To be clear I am not avs user so I dont`have interest to make it. But maybe I can help if there is someone who can contribute this feature and understands it.
    Well, you are not alone - seem there is lot of happy VirtualDub users with same approach however i see this feature as the most important for VirtualDub as VirtualDub can't provide Avisynth quality and control over video material.
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  14. New portion of enhancements (version 9).

    There is a lot of small fixes that make navigation much smoother and useful:
    - no more flashing each time I start and pause preview
    - time position is redrawing when it should (for example it was expected to see it stuck while holding left arrow)
    - scan scene forward / backward works with output pane
    - etc
    Added markers.

    Another small feature: there is an option under File -> Export -> Stream copy
    This is part of input plugin and allows to extract selected fragment (powered by ffmpeg). However it does not work with all formats. Luckily, it does work for mp4-avc and some types of avi (haven't tried too many).
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    Tried this out in Linux under Wine. It works fine and the new filters are cool. The Export > Stream Copy works ok in my tests, but the cut points aren't very close. It doesn't seem to default to nearest keyframe as it should by using ffmpeg. I'll have to test it on more source files.

    Good job over all and I like the new additions.
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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  16. Thanks!
    Cut points are expanded such that selected part is fully included, so if selection start is 59 and there are keyframes at 0 and 60, it will pick 0.
    Anyway it also should work to select exact points with shift etc.
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  17. Version 10

    Most valuable fix imo: sorted all the messiness of display panes.
    What was wrong before:
    All the time you open a video (or image) which is larger than screen, the display pane will expand beyond your reach, break aspect ratio, and block access to other ui elements.

    Now display panes are always constrained within meaningful area. This does not prevent to zoom at exact resolution (or 2x etc): you can drag the picture inside display pane to see all parts of it.
    Another consequence is that now it is always possible to expand display pane to all available area without breaking aspect ratio.
    Same with filter preview window.
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    Smart rendering doesn't work in the fork 1.10.5 pre-release build 37200.

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  19. Originally Posted by sambat View Post
    Smart rendering doesn't work in the fork 1.10.5 pre-release build 37200.
    Give me more info. Have you done the same procedure before and it worked? In which version?
    What is file format, what is codec?
    Have you opened the file with "Audio/video interleave" option? My pack is configured to use FFMpeg option by default, this is not suitable for smart rendering.
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    use FFMpeg option by default, this is not suitable for smart rendering.
    I wasn't aware of that, so ignore my post.
    Bye.
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  21. Version 11

    Added script editor (ported from VDMod)
    more info
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    Script editor works great, thanks for posting the update.
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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  23. shekh, I commend you for undertaking this project. For almost a decade now I wished virtualdub could edit MP4/MKV including Directstream copy. One solution was to use AVI for H264 but possible problems could arise from this and autistic retards from doom9 would go apeshit. And all the free editors they were developing/pushing (Avidemux) would produce corrupted bitstreams and all kinds of problems.
    Given this problem and the fact that I was surrounded by demented idiots I seriously wanted to learn programming back in 2008 so I could update Virtualdub myself and fix this fücking colossal problem once and for all. Alas, real life problems got in the way.

    I really hope you will be the one to finally implement this.
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  24. Thanks! However I dont have plans concerning direct copy for near future. I am evaluating what would be possible but the task seems too complex: I need to grab a lot of knowledge about streams formats etc, and I have no big interest in this / have no much reason to use direct copy for whatever.
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    im wondering why virtualdub being free and looks like open source, and widely use for users, why dont get improvements by users able to work in it?
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  26. Note that VirtualDub itself was closed for contribution so this was big problem for anyone trying to improve.

    I agree VirtualDub is great.
    I wanted to experiment with some filter and needed platform for it which was easy to begin, fast and robust at basic operations, open source (with meaningful source), somewhat popular and could actually do something useful. Anyone know alternative to VirtualDub?
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  27. Originally Posted by shekh View Post
    Thanks! However I dont have plans concerning direct copy for near future. I am evaluating what would be possible but the task seems too complex: I need to grab a lot of knowledge about streams formats etc, and I have no big interest in this / have no much reason to use direct copy for whatever.
    For editing of course, especially if I need to change only part of a video and don't want to recompress the entire thing (smart rendering). Using mkvmerge to split and join videos is hellatedious and annoying. It would be great to work with them normally.
    Once upon a time I had to remux to the MP4/MKV to AVI to make my cuts in virtualdub and then remux back to MKV but now I can't even do this if I use certain encoding options.
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  28. Adding "native" support for x264 encoder.

    All these formats are supported: yv12, yv16, yv24, rgb (both 8 and 10 bit).
    Colorspace options 601/709 and full/limited range for all yuv formats.

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    There is too many cases to test, I dont even try what happens in other modes than full processing. Report any inconsistent behavior
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    Getting "Page Not Found" error on that version 13 preview link.
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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  30. thanks, fixed
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