CrackTheSky wrote:Right click on your video track and select "Insert Video Track". A new track should appear on which you can place video clips. If you want to lower the opacity of the top clip to get an "overlay" effect, insert a clip on the track and click and hold the top of the clip. Drag down and a blue line should appear indicating the opacity level.
Hope that helped!
CrackTheSky wrote:Did you export it as an uncompressed file or did you try to encode it to HuffYUV/Lagarith it when you rendered it? Always export your file uncompressed if you can. Do you get any error messages when you try to open it with VDM? Are you trying to open the file directly, or with an AVIsynth script?
CrackTheSky wrote:Ok. When you export your video, do this, because I think you're just going with the defaults and that's probably causing problems.
1. File > Render As...
2. Where it says "Template" there should be a button next to it that says "Custom..." Click it.
3. Change quality to Best.
4. Click the "Video" tab at the bottom.
>Make sure the frame size matches your source frame size.
>Make sure the frame rate matches your video's frame rate.
>Change field order to progressive
>Change video format to uncompressed
>Check interleave every frame
6. Click the "Audio" tab and uncheck "Include Audio"
Now, save your file. It should open in VDM just fine. Compress the video to XviD (using this portion of EADFAG if necessary). Now, compress your audio to MP3 and attach it to your video by opening your video file in VDM, going to "Streams", clicking "Add" and choosing your MP3. Go to "Video" click "Direct Stream Copy" and save your video.
Voila, a distributable AMV.
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