In case anybody was having as much trouble as me and wanted to rip their hair out... You should make sure you have avisynth installed and use virtualdub, or Sony Vegas, or whatever program you like. Since .avs is a 'script' or some code that runs a file that it is directed to, you should be able to load your .avs in something like Media Player Class or Windows Media Player. If it doesn't, you need that particular codec! You might have to download something like K-Lite Codec Pack. This is how any of your video players play their files, so if .avs file isn't running now, it won't run in your video editing program.
I changed directshowsource to avisource and it worked PERFECTLY! After rendering it, I got the full effects of the script. :wink.gif: Remember to keep the .avs in the same directory as the file and change the filename in the .avs to the filename of your media file!
Use blur=100 as the original video editor did for a great motion blur.
I can't think of anything else, does somebody have some good configurations to get a fast rendering, low quality video?
"Couldn't locate decompressor for format 'YV12' (unknown).
VirtualDub requires a Video for Windows (VFW) compatible codec to
decompress video. DirectShow codecs, such as those used by Windows Media
Player, are not suitable. Only 'Direct stream copy' is available for this
I really hate to bump and old post, and I doubt anyone will answer but...
In VirtualDub, is there anyway you can make it able to display in Windows Media Player/Movie Maker? I can view unedited .avi files just fine. I even clicked the option to make it VFW format, but seemed to do nothing. I've tried not compressing it, and I've tried compressing it into a Microsoft Video file. Help would be appreciated.