Hi. I've used AvsPmod a couple of times when I was on Windows 7 but, since installing Windows 10, I seem to have lost my touch. I can't swear that Windows 10 is the problem, mind you. I've taken a VOB file that plays perfectly well then dragged it into AvsPmod where it loaded successfully. The problem is when I try to play it or toggle the preview: "No video" is the error message. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!
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Thanks, yonta. I haven't done what you said, though. I used MeGUI to script that VOB and AvsPmod accepted it with no problem. The successful script reads:
I now want to edit an avi file. I can't get AvsPod to load it directly (something about not having a fourcc compressor) so I scripted it with MeGUI as above. The result is in the picture. I'm perplexed – why can AvsPmod not find the LSMASHSource.dll when it had no problem finding the DGDecode.dll?
If anyone can show me how to get my avi previewed in AvsPmod I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
And which Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime (2012, 2013, 2015) does this build of LSMASHSource.dll require to be installed in Windows? Probably the x86 version if you use a 32-bit AviSynth.
AviSource requires the matching VfW codec installed in Windows. Similar to DirectShowSource which requires matching DirectShow filters installed in Windows (LAV Filters should cover most usual container and content formats).
Thanks lads. I've installed vcredist_x86 (already had x64) and also x264vfw. Neither had any effect – I still get the error message shown in post #3.
EDIT: I downloaded the LSMASH package for avisynth and inside was another vcredist_x86 but for 2015. I installed it and all is now fine.
Last edited by pooksahib; 17th May 2017 at 23:49.