I installed AviSynth+ on an Azure Virtual Machine running Windows 10 (3.5.1 from Github, Media Player Classic from K-Lite Codec pack mega). I confirmed that the plugins folder at C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth+\plugins64+ exists and I copied a plugin there.

I tested with a simple AVS script:


And it fails on Windows Media Player, whose bottom bar reads Windows Media Player encountered a problem while playing the file and on Media Player Classic, whose bottom bar reads Cannot render the file. Neither displays any video content. The same happens after a restart.

The virtual machine was brand new and I tried twice, so I wonder if this is a problem of virtualization.

Has anyone succeeded running AviSynth+ on Azure?

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