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#1 Re: Support » RGB? Twice Avisource? » 2010-02-26 17:50:31

zeromus wrote:

The script works fine for me. The RGB32 is probably redundant, it is there just for clarity. Likewise for the two clips A and B. As for why you see two videos in virtualdub, I suggest you learn how to use virtualdub.

I already know how to use it.

#2 Support » Frame skip » 2010-02-26 15:48:14

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Hello, what is the best setting for frame skip?
i have at the moment frame limit rate on, and by max skip 1, and by the other option nothing, so whats the best setting?

#3 Support » RGB? Twice Avisource? » 2010-02-26 13:46:56

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So I was reading the FAQ, and because im going to record my vids with a gap, i used this script:

####configuration####
gap = 64
#color = $aaaaaa
#color = $000000
color = $ffffff
##################
A = AviSource("c:\ds.avi", pixel_type="RGB32")
B = AviSource("c:\ds.avi", pixel_type="RGB32")
C = blankclip(fps=A.FrameRate, width=256, height=192+gap+192, color=color, length=A.FrameCount)
A = A.crop(0,0,256,192)
B = B.crop(0,192,256,192)
D = overlay(C,A)
D = overlay(D,B,0,192+gap)
return AudioDub(D,A)


But my question, why does this stand by a + b avisource: ("c:\ds.avi", pixel_type="RGB32")

Is the pixel_type=''rgb32'' needed? because if i put that behind my avisource it gives a error with virtualdub, but when i remove it, it goes perfect.

Oh yeah why is the avisource twice? can i remove one of them? because when i open it up in virtualdub the 2 recorded vids just come next to each other.

Thanks for the help!

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