AviSynthby lmemsm updated November 23, 2011
AviSynth works as a frameserver, providing instant editing without the need for temporary files.

Software Details

AviSynth is a powerful tool for video post-production. It provides ways of editing and processing videos.

AviSynth acts as a non-linear video editor (without a GUI) controlled entirely by scripting. It stands as an intermediary between a digital video source, like an AVI or MPEG file, and a VFW receiving program, which is typically a media player, video editing software or an encoder. Used in conjunction with a program like VirtualDub it will allow a video editor that can work with AVI files to access and edit file formats it's not created for such as MPEG 2.

Version 2.0 runs on Linux and Mac OSX under Wine. The Version 3.0 fork is in alpha and not currently under active development. It supports Linux, Mac OSX and BSD as well as Windows.

Requirements

Operating systems: Windows

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