Zarxrax wrote:As for the icons, you probably have one for ffdshow video decoder, ffdshow audio decoder, and haali media splitter. I have no idea what a 4th icon could be.
Zarxrax wrote:The best way to edit is by first converting your scripts to a lossless avi file. Editing AVS files directly is something that should really be seen only as a last resort.
Zarxrax wrote:As for the icons, you probably have one for ffdshow video decoder, ffdshow audio decoder, and haali media splitter. I have no idea what a 4th icon could be. If you right click those and go into the properties, you should be able to find a setting to disable the icons from appearing.
Qyot27 wrote:It could be either two instances of Haali (one that splits to the video decoder and one to the audio decoder), and/or VSFilter. I hardly use any formats through ffdshow's audio decoder, but even I'll commonly see two Haali icons, an ffdshow video decoder, and a VSFilter. Those two Haali icons drop to one if I disable either the video or the audio.
Qyot27 wrote:And the most likely reason the icons are appearing in the first place is because it's DirectShowSource being used. They don't - and usually won't - appear for regular AVISource calls, because Haali wouldn't be invoked and ffdshow's VFW interface has its icons disabled by default. Considering that circumstance, better to switch to FFmpegSource instead. That is, if you don't go the lossless AVI route.
Zarxrax wrote:http://www.animemusicvideos.org/guides/ ... meth1.html
Mysterious Pharaoh wrote:And how can i disable the audio in the script? (because those icons appear when i use the scripts)
Mysterious Pharaoh wrote:That's right, it's DirectShowSource because i have MP4 and MKV files in the scripts and the icons don't appear in my AVI file. How can i get FFmpegSource?
(atrack=-1 will load audio; aside from matching the syntax of the old version of FFmpegSource for those of us who started with the old 1.x versions, FFmpegSource2 is mostly useful for loading audio along with the video...although currently there are problems with it cutting off the audio prematurely by a couple of seconds)
Qyot27 wrote:FFmpegSource doesn't and has never loaded audio by default. You have to actively tell it to load audio. If you don't want audio, leave atrack=-1 out of it (and FFVideoSource doesn't support that parameter anyway, only the FFmpegSource2 wrapping function does).
Zarxrax wrote:Anytime you load a huge number of avs scripts, you might run into memory problems.
Qyot27 wrote: Considering that circumstance, better to switch to FFmpegSource instead. That is, if you don't go the lossless AVI route.
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