The tools we are currently develloping are mostly video server.
TMPGenc plugin for Premiere, Media Studio pro and Flask are the most popular.
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in TMPGenc
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in Windows Media Encoder v8
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in VirtualDub
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in Cinemacraft SP (CCE)
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in Ligos MPEG encoder
Encoding video from Adobe Premiere in Cleaner 5 - Realsystem edition
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in TMPGenc
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in Virtualdub
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in CCE (Cinema craft encoder)
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in Windows Media Encoder v8
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in Windows Media Encoder v9
Encoding video from Ulead Media Studio Pro in MainConcept MPEG encoder
Import DVDs / MPEG in Adobe Premiere
Import DVDs / MPEG in Ulead Media Studio Pro
Import DVDs / MPEG in Cleaner
Export video from Virtualdub directly to Premiere
Export video from Virtualdub directly to Ulead Media Studio Pro
Export video from Virtualdub directly to Cleaner
Export video from Virtualdub directly to Cinemacraft Encoder SP (CCE)
Export video from Virtualdub directly to Ligos MPEG encoder
Converting your DVD to SVCD using Dual Pass encoding with DVDx and CCE SP
This program is designed to add additional input formats to programs who can read AVI files. This program adds a new input engine to the existing programs and feeds the video/audio through the already implemented AVI interface. Currently my program is designed in such a way that it adds support for Avisynth, Virtualdub frame server files and AVI files with and without compressed audio. So this tools enables you to e.g. read Avisynth files in any program that reads AVI files (Like Premiere, CCE SP, Ulead Media Studio Pro )
Import / Encode your Avisynth scripts in know editing programs and/or encoders like Premiere, Ulead Media Studio Pro, Cinemacraft encoder (CCE), Ligos, Windows Media encoder and Cleaner. Besides this, it enables you to import MPEG/DVD material in your encoder/editing programs in a combination with other programs. (See guides section). Above all, this tools enables you to frame server from Virtualdub directly to any encoder or editing program. Detailed information about this can be found in the guides section.
The plugin enables you to use any external encoder with Adobe Premiere/FlasK without making an intermediate AVI file. For example you can use TMPGenc/Cinema craft encoder to encode your edited video from Adobe Premiere without making a time and harddisk space consuming intermediate AVI. Because Flask, Xmpeg and DVDx also support the Adobe Premiere interface, you can use the Video Server plugin also with these programs.
Currently 2 server modes are implemented : AVIsynth and the AVIWrapper server. AVisynth enables you to do some additionally processing to the video (e.g. scaling,de-interlacing) before feeding it to the encoder while the AVIwrapper mode does not allow you to do the additionally processing. Because the AVIWrapper uses a more reliable method to connect to an encoder it should work with ANY encoder, and does as far I could test.(AVIsynth is not able to connect to CCE 2.62 SP and the Microsoft Media encoder 8).
The plugin supports the following options:
-support for my extended Premiere interface (RGB,YUV)
-Insert 2:3 pulldown after encoding
-SVCD compliant audio encoder
-SVCD/DVD compliant muxer
-Cutting the muxed program stream
-Save audio to wav file.(This is useful for the CCE encoder.)
-AVS file creator (for AVIsynth)
With a single-line script, you can add support for segmented capture
files, AVI files of more than 2 Gigabytes, QuickTime MOV files, or
MPEG files to applications which don't support them natively. With
Trim, Splice, and Dissolve, you can select and rearrange scenes
from raw video footage. With ReduceBy2, BilinearResize, and
BicubicResize you can resize video frames (with a quality similar to
Photoshop and better than Premiere). With SeparateFields and Weave
you can edit interlaced video on field boundaries. With Pulldown
you can remove 3:2 pulldown. With SpatialSoften and TemporalSoften
you can de-noise your video for much-improved quality in output
formats like MPEG.
The original Avisynth is created by Ben Rudiak-Gould. Because Ben stopped programming on Avisynth for more than a year now, I try to maintain this program with support from other programmers. The version on this site has many bug fixes, MMX scaling routines and a new IPCsource module. (The original AVISynth 1.0 Beta 3 did not have an IPCsource at all)
All tools are available for download.
Free Download acess for all videotools