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 PostPost subject: Extend a video frame size by the right in VirtualDub        Posted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:35 am 
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Basically I want to know how to add a certain amount of pixels to the right of a video in VirtualDub. Using the resize filter seems to keep the video centered whereas I want the video to stay on the left.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Extend a video frame size by the right in VirtualDub        Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 6:48 am 
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I'm sorry if this is considered a dead topic... anyways. There's no built-in filter in virtualdub to arbitrarily pad a video like you describe, but the easiest(?) and "correct" way is to have virtualdub parse an avisynth script.

The basic premise is, create a new text file named whatever_you_like.avs, and add the line
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DirectShowSource("C:\videos\my_video.avi").AddBorders(100, 0, 0, 0, $000000)
Then, if you've an avisynth decoder installed (either the binary distribution, or ffdshow with avisynth decoding support) you can just load the .avs file in virtualdub.

The exact syntax for the AddBorders command can be found here.


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