The Resolve scripting API comes with DaVinci Resolve Studio. The most platform-agnostic way of finding it is through the Resolve "help" menu, under Help->Documentation->Developer. This will open a folder in your system browser which contains scripting examples for LUA, PYTHON, OFX, and more. The README.txt file in the scripting folder ...
The script extract you include:
has a dodgy opening quote. “ is not the same as " - this is why you are getting the syntax error.
works (the (..)() calls the anonymous function). ...
From FFmpeg source code:
On Windows, FFmpeg supports AviSynth interface version 6 or higher.
This includes AviSynth 2.6 RC1 or higher, and AviSynth+ r1718 or
higher, and excludes 2.5 and the 2.6 alphas.
The decision to drop support for anything below 2.6 RC1 was due to
catastrophic header incompatibilities between 2.5 and 2.6 RC1* ...
I use this script from Carlos Canto. After releasing layers it will name new top level layers based on sublayer name. The link to the adobe forum is broken now so I don't think this is accessible through there anymore.
It is a little difficult to figure out how to properly select the layers to make it work. You must select all the objects and also have the ...
If you're writing a feature film, or television show, use single column script format. Why? Because that is the standard.
If you're writing a video script for a corporate client, you want to use Two-Columns.
Using two columns, audio for one, picture for the other, allows you to literally pace the video, like tracks.
It would look something like this, ...
First, if you just want information about a file, you should probably use "ffprobe", not "ffmpeg". Otherwise you'll get an answer, but you'll also have an error return status.
As to your real question: By convention, ffmpeg reserves STDOUT for binary video and audio data only. Everything else, including all the possible kinds of ...
It's pretty easy to test if it follows BODMAS (The O in which stands for Order BTW). On a text layer alt / opt-click the stop watch for text source and paste this:
let brackets = 2 * (1 + 1);
Resolve supports scripting with Python, though you’ll need to write your own script. Fusion, included with Resolve, supports scripting with both Python and Lua. There aren’t really templates, per se, but you could probably hack something together by saving a fusion composition as your template and driving the file selection with scripts. I don’t think the ...
You are thinking about this the wrong way. First, you already have an established budget and the number of people you want as collaborators. You can say "I am looking to work with 10 people to write 2-3 minute scripted educational videos. You pick the topic and send me a super-rough outline. If I like it, you write the script, and I'll produce the video ...
There are some built-in functions just for this purpose. You'll find them in the interpolation folder in the expression drop-down. The simplest is the linear() function:
linear(t, value1, value2)
This function interpolates in a linear fashion between value1 and value2 based on the value of t, where 0 ≤ t ≤ 1. So if t=0 the function returns value1 and if t=...
As the docs indicate, you have to create registry keys to tell Avisynth+ where to look. They are
PluginDir+ in Software/Avisynth in HKEY_CURRENT_USER
PluginDir+ in Software/Avisynth in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
PluginDir2_5 in Software/Avisynth in HKEY_CURRENT_USER
PluginDir2_5 in Software/Avisynth in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
There is no separate key for 32 or 64-bit. ...