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AVISynth UI is a user interface for the script based video editor AVISynth. Written in Visual Basic, It enables you to edit videos using AVISynth with the comfort and ease of use of having a user interface.

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  • Fully functional Subtitler
  • Script generator for AVISynth
  • Scripting and Editing interfaces for all users of different levels
  • Media Importer
  • Can import AVISynth scripts if made in the application itself
  • Processes many aspects of video files for frameserving or other use to be output to avisynth scripts


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Windows Aero

Programming Language

C++, Visual Basic .NET, Java



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