Guess your trying to play video on 2 heads?
Otherwise aviscript gives the best loop/switch performance…
Maybe aviscript works in vlc? Really have no idea, but does the doseek work well enough for it to work…
The only way you can use avisynth scripts in VLC (or any other program that plays avi-files not using VFW) at the moment is by installing a handy avisynth addon called avisynth virtual file system. This will allow you to ‘mount’ an avisynth file, which will then be presented to windows as a directory containing an avi-file (and a wav-file if you want audio only). Vlc can’t open avs files, but it can open this virtual avi file.
It must be a VLC limitation then. The possibilities of the plugin are limited by what VLC can do. I think that’s frustrating, but I can’t do anything about it…
I hope the combination of avisynth and vlc can do what you want.
if it’s sooo much troubling you, and loop is short use .dds sequence.
or render 200 repeats on avi itself, and i would use mjpeg on your case, since when i do random jumps on mp4’s the lag is much bigger then on mjpeg, it almost instant, but almost.