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 new package - AVISynth
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Avisynth 3.0 is a powerful frameserver for Windows and Linux. It aims at editing and processing videos in a non linear manner.

Aviysnth 3.0 is a complete rewrite of Avisynth 2.5, written from scratch by Bidoche (David Pierre). Its advantages compared to Avisynth 2.5 are the following:

* Abstract core layer that allows it to run on Windows and Linux.
* Better cache managing.
* More powerful script langage.
* Some more internal improvements.

On the other hand, the bad news is that the plugins of Avisynth 2.5 are not compatible with the 3.0 version.

About compiling

It was a hard work for me to do this packages. The biggest problem was GCC 4.1 (which is solved now).
Also I needed to do a special boost-packages.

Needed time for compiling

On my machine (AMD64 3500+ 1GB) it tooks:

1 min for x264-2007.02.07-0
1 min for sltport-5.0.3-1
1 min for boost-avs-1.33.1-1
5 min for avisynth-3.0-CVS-20070209-1

Total: 8 min

How to install

First add my repository to your /etc/upkg.conf-file:

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$ su
Password: <enter your root password>
# sed -i -e 's%<repositories>%&\n<repository></repository>%' /etc/upkg.conf

Then install avisynth with:

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upkg-build avisynth

You should get this message:

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[amnon@amnonsstation:~]$ sudo upkg-build avisynth
Generating script...
Writing script...
Executing script...
The following extra packages will be installed:
x264 stlport boost-avs avisynth

The following packages will be built from source:
x264 stlport boost-avs avisynth

Do you want to continue? [Y/n]


Create a sample.avs-file with this contents:

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Edit sample.avi to your filename and open the sample.avs-file in avisynth_test.
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