Kionon wrote:2) Avisynth must be installed in order to run the scripts. If you don't actually install it, even stand alone programs like VDub won't be able to read the scripts. There's no way to get around this. If you cannot get permission to install Avisynth on a school computer, you're going to have to either work with the footage unfiltered or try to use VDub to filter. I don't suggest either of these things. Instead, I would look into seeing if you can get access to anyone's computer (a friend's, a classmate's, a parent's) and use it just to render out clips on your external in a codec which premiere already recognises. You might try 100% quality h264/mp4. I'm pretty sure CS5.5 will take that right out of the box.
digifreak wrote:Thanks. So avisynth won't work if it's installed on my external?
I'm at a university and I'm doing the video for class. But my prof doesn't care as much about getting good footage as I do. He'd probably say just use whatever.... ugh... I also don't think anyone will let me install anything. Too much red tape to cut through.
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