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  1. Hi guys, as I was told by jagabo (https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/390085-Chroma-noise-removal-just-on-a-part-of-the-video), I would like to create an intermediate avi file with Lagarith codec; I installed it, but I don't know how to start. I am using Avisynth 2.6 on Windows 7. Usually I use WinFF, but when I looked in its avi encoding options I only saw MS Compatible avi and 3 XviD codes. I would like to learn to do it using a command line ffmpeg script, but other methods are fine. Your help is highly appreciated.
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  2. ffmpeg (and thus winff which is a GUI for ffmpeg) cannot encode lagarith, only decode

    You can use vdub2 to encode lagarith

    If you want to use command line lossless encoding with ffmpeg, other fairly commonly used options are utvideo codec, ffv1, x264 in lossless mode
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  3. Thanks! How can I open a file in ffmpeg with the command line in Windows 7?
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  4. Originally Posted by VHS_Hunter View Post
    Thanks! How can I open a file in ffmpeg with the command line in Windows 7?

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i input.ext

    -i means input
    -c:v means video codec
    -c:a means audio codec
    -an means no audio
    -an means no video

    eg. encode an avs script using ut video codec, no audio
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "input.avs" -c:v utvideo -an "output.avi"
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  5. I have this problem, but I don't want to mess with the register https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=268
    But Virtual Dub seems to work pretty fine....If I give VDub2 an avs file with filters (deinterlace, color corrections etc), will it convert them too?
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  6. Originally Posted by VHS_Hunter View Post
    I have this problem, but I don't want to mess with the register https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=268
    You don't have to mess with registry. Just include the full paths to ffmpeg.exe . Use a ffmpeg that is static compiled, not linked to .dll's

    e.g. if ffmpeg.exe was placed in c:\folder

    Code:
    "c:\folder\ffmpeg.exe" -i "input.avs" -c:v utvideo -an "output.avi"



    But Virtual Dub seems to work pretty fine....If I give VDub2 an avs file with filters (deinterlace, color corrections etc), will it convert them too?
    Yes .
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  7. Thank you!
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