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Old 1st August 2018, 13:40   #1  |  Link
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ConditionalFilter

Hi all,

How does one use the Conditional filter? Did a read up and kind of lost. I see scripts using it as a debanding sort of thing - but unclear as to how the SceneTypes.txt is generated exactly? Also unsure of the "R # # 1/2/3" in that file.

Can anyone please explain?
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Your question dont seem to make much sense, what SceneTypes.txt ???

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ConditionalFilter(clip testclip, clip source1, clip source2, string expression1, string operator, string expression2 [, bool show] )
Anyways, you could do an Advanced Search (at top of every D9 page) limiting to Avisynth Usage forum.

Maybe you mean ConditionalReader:- http://avisynth.nl/index.php/ConditionalReader
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Conditional Filter and Reader yes both. I'm seeing scripts of text files with conditional reader. That link you sent was super helpful. I get it now.

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