Yep, that is exactly how you do it. If you need to deinterlace your footage or change the frame rate in it, make sure you have that done in your script before you edit with it because if you add it later when you are ready to render, it'll shift around your footage on the time line. Good thing adding those usually don't effect the playback of your footage that much. Then add any other type of filtering when you are ready to render(well I'm sure you already know that.) Anyway, hope that helps! ^_^aerialesque wrote:There's only one part I'm still slightly confused about. After I edit my video, and I'm ready to export, I'm going to want to add in all my smoothing/sharpening/whatever filters in...how exactly do I do that? Change my avisynth script and then create a new vfapi file to replace the one I edited with, and make sure it has the same name and is the same directory?
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