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  1. Steve
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    Can anybody get this software to process any clips? I can't. All I get when Virtualdub opens up are two error messages saying the clip cannot be processed or opened
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  2. This forum has a dedicated Film9 thread where you can find the developers and experienced users:

    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/369010-FILM9-Restoration-software-for-old-films-%2...ighlight=film9

    I don't think Film9 expects you to open your video in VDub before being allowed to use the program. You'll open your video in the Film9 GUI:

    http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor?AVGAFFILIATE=3305
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  3. Originally Posted by Steve Elliott View Post
    Can anybody get this software to process any clips? I can't. All I get when Virtualdub opens up are two error messages saying the clip cannot be processed or opened
    Be sure you open the AviSynth script in VirtualDub with File -> Open Video File, not File -> Run Script. The latter is for VirtualDub's own scripting language.
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  4. Steve
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    It opens Virtualdub automatically, I can't stop it from doing so.
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  5. Then what's the exact error message you get? AviSynth's error messages are usually very precise.
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  6. Steve
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    Thanks for your help but I've decided to uninstall Film9. It won't even open now. Looks like it's a load of crap if I'm honest.
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  7. Steve
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    The errors I got when trying to process a clip were 'Microsoft NET framework....unhandled exception.... And Avisynth open failure auto detect couldn't open the file....
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