AVSEdit provides you with an easy to understand and work with user interface, encouraging everyone to take advantage of AviSynth’s features.
With this tool you can try a very large number of editing and processing options even if you are not an expert.
One of the main advantages of AviSynth is that it doesn’t create temporary files. The application works as a frameserver and editing is fast, without needing to make sure you have enough free space left on your local disc.
AVSEdit has not been developed anymore since 2006 and its last version was 22.214.171.124. Some of the improvements added to the latest versions are a gdiplus library, fixed negative values when cropping with mouse, and functional crop dialog, trim and filter previews, on condition that they are called before the selection, but defined after the selection.
Several keys have been added: S for saving the current frame to a file; C for copying the current frame to the clipboard and G, to open a new Go to frame dialog. Docs and filter descriptions were updated, and a header was added, too.
AVSEdit is the best option for anyone needing a graphical user interface for AviSynth. This GUI is the official script editor from AviSynth and by installing it to your computer you will have easy access to all editing options provided by AviSynth.
AviSynth is a reliable and powerful script editor, but the lack of a graphical user interface discourages most average users from giving it a try.