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1. Open up Notepad.
2. Make the first statement the "read" statement which opens up your MP4 file.
3. Make the second statement something simple, like a resize statement.
4. Save the file with the extension ".AVS".
5. Open this AVS file in VirtualDub.
That should get you started.
Or even more simple, just to make sure you installed AviSynth properly:
Create a text file but with the extension .avs. Inside have a single line:
Save it and open it in VDub using File->Open Video File. You should see a rectangle with the AviSynth version number on it.
Read the startup pages at the AviSynth site.
And if you'll be working with DVDs often, learn how to work with them and DGIndex and the DGDecode.dll and MPEG2Source in your AviSynth scripts by reading the docs included in the DGMPGDec package.
Manono, do you remember me? Can you believe it's been so long I ----I just couldn't remember how to do any of this.
what exactly would you like the script to do to you file??
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