|Author||SAPikachu, mysteryx93, introspected, Asd-g|
The main objective of AvsFilterNet is to provide a wrapper for AviSynth, making it possible to write simple filter in any .Net languages.
Writing a .NET filter
1. Create a .NET DLL project in Visual Studio.
2. Add reference to
AvsFilterNet.dll (Note: don't change its file name!)
3. Implement your filter (see sample projects in the source code package for more details)
Using a .NET filter
There are several ways to load a .NET filter into AviSynth environment:
- Manual loading:
- Use the following statements to manually load your .NET filter:
- Semi-auto loading:
- Rename your filter to have
"_netautoload"in the file name (position doesn't matter), and put it into the same directory of
AvsFilterNet.dll, add the following line to your script:
- Auto loading:
AvsFilterNet.dlland renamed filter (see above) into your AviSynth plugins folder and you are done.
- Once the filter is loaded, you can use it like other regular filters in your script.
Once the filter is loaded, you can use it like other regular filters in your script.
Version Date Changes
v1.0.4_v8 2020/06/38 - Added support for v8 interface. - No backward compatibility with AviSynth+ < 3.6.x. - Includes updates from mysteryx93 and introspected
v1.0beta2 2009/02/13 - Last release by SAPikachu
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