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There is no problem with having installed both 32- and 64-bit version of AviSynth on your 64-bit machine, if you correctly placed 32-bit plugins vs. 64-bit ones to their appropriate places. AviSynth is a frame server, it means, you never call it directly - other program call it back. It means that for example 64-bit Media Player Classic will call the 64-...


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The short answer, if you're familiar with AviSynth You don't need to use LoadPlugin(), if you copy the four files in the plugin: FFMS2.avsi ffms2.dll ffms2.lib ffmsindex.exe to the plugins directory of your AviSynth installation (see below for its location). That's all. Then you directly use it in your AviSynth script calling its function(s), mostly the ...


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