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  1. MPEG2Source("C:\New folder\DVD2AVI.d2v")
    will not open in VirtualDubMod.

    Avisynth open failure:
    MPEG2source: the input file is not a d2v project file.
    (C:\video\new folder\video.avs, line 1)
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    Does it open in Virtualdub2 or avspmod?

    Virtualdubmod is too old
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  3. ok now using VirtualDub2, heres what i get when i try to open
    AVI Import filter error: (error) (80040154)
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    In Which program did you create the .d2v file?
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  5. Also what are some of the filters i need to use in either avisynth or virtualdub for anime DVD?
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  6. Use File -> Open Video File, not File -> Run Script.
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  7. thats what i did, i did File > Open Video File.
    Also what filters am i supposed to be using in Avisynth and VirtualDub2 for DVD anime ????
    I want to encode them and store on hard drive for play back
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  8. heres the image of the video at hand, its kinda fuzzy, blurry and i dont know how to filter this video
    Image
    [Attachment 54553 - Click to enlarge]
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  9. First of all, VirtualDubMod has no problem opening AviSynth scripts. So your original problem wasn't VirtualDubMod but rather something wrong with your D2V file -- rebuild the file yourself with DgIndex.

    VirtualDubMod was almost certainly a 32 bit version. I suspect you ran 64 bit VirtualDub2 and don't have 64 bit AviSynth installed. The 32 bit and 64 bit video systems under windows are completely separate. Neither environment can see the other. So you must have 64 bit AviSynth (and filters) if you use a 64 bit editor/encoder, 32 bit AviSynth (and filters) if you run a 32 bit editor/encoder.
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  10. ok but what filters should i be using?????
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  11. What do you want to do? Upload a sample of your source without any conversion. Use DgIndex to extract a short sequence with motion, especially a panning shot: mark-in, mark-out, File -> Save Project and Demux Video. Upload the resulting m2v file.
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