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  1. It's time. What's the smoothest route? Will all the 32-bit filters still work or will I need to use two Avisynths?
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    The smoothest route is to do a brand new separate install of whatever 64-bit AVISynth front-end you choose. I use meGUI.

    32-bit filters don't work in 64-bit unless you use mp_pipeline or other like methods. But then that kind of defeats the purpose. Almost all of the most useful filters (at least in my opinion) have been ported to 64-bit, but sometimes it can take a bit of hunting around on avisynth.nl and doom9.org for everything. Keep your 32-bit installation just in case.
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  3. So if I do the brand new x64 install, how do I switch between versions? Like, if I have an AVS script I'm about to open with virtualdub, how do I choose which Avisynth will be the middleman?
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  4. Originally Posted by Aludin View Post
    So if I do the brand new x64 install, how do I switch between versions? Like, if I have an AVS script I'm about to open with virtualdub, how do I choose which Avisynth will be the middleman?
    32 bit vdub or 64 bit vdub.
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  5. Originally Posted by Aludin View Post
    So if I do the brand new x64 install, how do I switch between versions?
    Over here I use the "Universal Avisynth Installer", you can switch between 7 different versions of Avisynth, including x64 versions.
    Btw, I never saw any significant improvement to justify the use of x64 versions.
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    I've seen claims of ~15% improvement with QTGMC in Avisynth+ x64, which isn't exciting enough. I still stick with the 2.6 currently, but I'm pretty much limited to rec709/8-bit. Avisynth+ doesn't look that painful of a switch though.
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