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  1. Hi, I'm a cat. Yes is true, a cat

    please consider that I have a .avs file that

    contain, for example,


    Code:
    vid=LSMASHVideoSource("V:\osmoRiccione\mxf\IMX\concatHD.mov").crop(0,32,0,0).IResize(1920,1080).colorMatrix(mode="Rec.601->Rec.709")
    simply with a batch procedure I need to remove
    Code:
    .colorMatrix(mode="Rec.601->Rec.709")
    Consider that the there are present double quotes inside the mode="Rec.601->Rec.709"

    How I can do?
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  2. I use EditPadPro to edit multiple text files simultaneously. You can open 100 AVS scripts at once and do a Find Replace operation in a few clicks.
    Last edited by Aludin; 4th Aug 2019 at 09:16. Reason: what am i smoking
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    You can do it with powershell, see https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/zainnab/2007/07/08/grep-and-sed-with-powershell/, or find an implementation of SED for windows, or Windows Subsystem for Linux.
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  4. I have an old version of sed for Windows that can do it with:

    Code:
    g:\utils\sed s/".colorMatrix(mode=\"Rec.601-^>Rec.709\")"// input.txt >output.txt
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    IF NOT "%dvcamOrIMX%"=="1" v:\sed.exe  s/".colorMatrix(mode=\"Rec.601-^>Rec.709\")"// "%cd%\avsInput.avs">"%cd%\avsInputMod.avs"
    sed works thanks
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  6. By the way, sed can modify the original file directly if you use the -i switch

    Code:
    sed -i s/text_to_replace/replacment_text/ filename.txt
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  7. oh wowcat

    Code:
    IF NOT "%dvcamOrIMX%"=="1" v:\sed.exe -i s/".colorMatrix(mode=\"Rec.601-^>Rec.709\")"// "%cd%\avsInput.avs"
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  8. sed works but it generate some temporary files for example called sedM0g3Ot or sedfunTE that I don't want.
    Is there a way to tell to sed.exe to don't generate they?
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  9. Originally Posted by marcorocchini View Post
    sed works but it generate some temporary files for example called sedM0g3Ot or sedfunTE that I don't want.
    Is there a way to tell to sed.exe to don't generate they?
    Probably not. "In place" in your version of sed may mean it creates its own temporary file with the new text, deletes the original file, then renames the temporary file with the original name. The version I have doesn't seem to do that but I haven't tested it with a really long file where it would be noticeable.
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  10. An half-solution:

    in the clean-up routine I putted

    Code:
    if exist sed*.* del sed*.*
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  11. Hi, I'm a cat. Yes is true, a cat
    To quote “Cornucopia” from two years ago :
    Not averse to helping, but until you wake up and upgrade, and until you get over your fixation with felines, this is the only kind of comment you'll get from me.
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  12. The "cat" thing is so juvenile and stupid. I could help him with his many requests, but refuse to do so because of this. I too asked him to stop, but he thinks he is being "cute" and won't stop.
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  13. He should switch to "I'm a hot chick."
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  14. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    He should switch to "I'm a hot chick."
    Great idea. Even better, "I'm a blonde hot chick." We stupid men can't resist that.
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  15. Originally Posted by johnmeyer View Post
    The "cat" thing is so juvenile and stupid. I could help him with his many requests, but refuse to do so because of this. I too asked him to stop, but he thinks he is being "cute" and won't stop.
    Yeh been there done that. Some time ago put him on my ignore list, now I don't have to see/read it.
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