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Running an AVI clip backwards

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by CWBYUP, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. CWBYUP

    CWBYUP Member

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    Just for effect, I'd like to run an AVI clip backwards. I'm using Cyberlink PowerDirector to put this package together. Although they have many effects to do various kool things, I don't see one to run a clip backwards.

    Does anyone have a suggestion how I can do this?
    cwbyup
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    AVISynth:
    reverse()
     
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    Sony vegas
    might be overkill though
     
  4. CWBYUP

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    Thank you for the tip using the AVISynth: reverse (). But, I'm needing the AVI file to retain the avi extension because I still need to use the PowerDirector program.

    Maybe I'm missing a step, but the AVSedit program will save the syntex as you suggested, but will only save it with the avs file extension.
     
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    Yes, it will be *.avs, but it should still load in PowerDirector. If not you can try ffdshow/makeavis to frameserve as an avi.
     

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