There could be a couple of different things that cause this issue, so I'll try to cover everything I can think of, post again if none of these fix your issue. I am assuming you have renamed your video you are trying to convert to "video.mkv" and it is in the folder "C:\AMV" with your avs script.FlamingMangos wrote:When I try opening the file on Virtual Dub it says Avisynth open failure FFVideoSource: Can't open video.mkv (C:\AMV\Video.avs.avs,line 1)
My script is FFvideosource("video.mkv"). I even have the ffms2.dll file in the plugin folder in avisynth.
NotReallyHere wrote:Uhhh... this may be a silly suggestion, but did you load the plugin? It doesn't work if it's just sitting in your plugin folder right, I think...? (it's in another location for me XD)
LoadPlugin("C:\"location location location"\ffms2.dll")
Also, you can press F5 in avisynth to see if it works in avisynth, saves some time.
FlamingMangos wrote:Okay I tried your solutions but now it says theres no function called FFVideosource. I used the same script. I also tried FFVideoSource2 but its still the same.
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