[MA-SOC] Using AVISynth - try AMV.org

Robert Kohr rob at kohr.tv
Tue Aug 29 00:21:43 EDT 2006


Im not really familiar with that program but I use H.264 a lot. Make  
sure that the key-framing is at least set for every 30 frames.  Then  
you can set the bit rate you want (usually).

On Aug 29, 2006, at 12:07 AM, Alberto Ortiz wrote:

> Thanks. I am trying to get a file size from 174 down to 130. I cant  
> seem to
> find the right filter to accomplish this. Doom9 helped, And I have  
> exhausted
> AMV and Videohelp.org. Not to metion afterdawn.com. I am waiting  
> for a buddy
> of mine to come back to town to show me how she does it. Thanks for  
> the
> replies.
>
> On 8/24/06, mandisa washington <mandisaw at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>
>>> Oh BTW. Does anyone here have expereicne using AVI synth?
>>> I need a hand encoding something, Thanks ahead of time.
>>
>> I've used AVISynth for some proto-AMV work, but found it to be a  
>> little
>> clunky. But it's free, text-based, and gives you pretty detailed  
>> access to
>> the nitty-gritty details, so it works well for some. I can try a  
>> stab at
>> your problem (what is it?), or you can try checking out the
>> animemusicvideos.org Video Software forum. There are a lot of  
>> people there
>> with varying levels of experience using AVISynth, so that's  
>> probably your
>> best bet.
>>
>> Mandisa
>>
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