You use the latest dgindex with vfapi. make the d2v with dgindex, make the d2v work in avisynth, create your avs, drag your avs to vfapi, convert to fake avi, convert as many avs's as you want, vfapi has multiple instances, put the avi's into vegas. simple as that. AVS's work in Vegas NO PROBLEM. You just need vfapi and the latest dgindex and then you should be able to import them through fake avis, and there is no quality loss. It converts to RGB, but shouldn't matter since premiere does this automatically with imported footage. So it's basically the same deal if you imported an avs directly into premiere with the avs plugin.CrackTheSky wrote:Kariudo wrote:what do you do about the interlacing though?
since very few series are made with all progressive frames.
Well, if you're asking me, I deinterlace them with AVIsynth scripts. Which can't (from my experience) be imported into Vegas.
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