Heh, I wouldn't say it's complicated, the guide just covers his to handle audio in AviSynth. I do realize it covered more than what you needed.Fuzzy Chickens wrote:By the way, your guides were actually quite a bit more complicated than what I really needed to do. I was able to cut it down to a one-step process, as follows:
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use the FFVideoSource and FFAudioSource plugins for AVIsynth
HalOfBorg wrote:If you are making AMVs then you probably don't want the audio.
Fuzzy Chickens wrote:HalOfBorg wrote:If you are making AMVs then you probably don't want the audio.
Unless, of course, the music in question has no lyrics and I find that including select bits of dialog enhances the impact or helps the audience understand why certain clips were included.
BasharOfTheAges wrote:Apart from the fact that demonstrates a pretty big failure in execution (and is horribly tacky), realize a lot of contests will DQ you for using dub audio.
monica66 wrote:Why After Effects can’t accept MKV files perfectly? In fact, there are thousands of possible codecs for MKV, but only a few of which are supported by AE. To save time and achieve the goal of making MKV compatible with After Effects, just download and use Brorsoft Video Converter which is able to help you change MKV format into an editable video format for After Affects, like MPEG or MOV(AVC) without quality loss.
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