AVSMeter is a tool that runs using the command line to help you analyze Avisynth scripts, measure their effectiveness and speed, and get information about GPU and CPU usage.
It is a helpful application if you have Avisynth scripts and want to analyze or manage them. The tool will show you how many resources the scripts are using and how well they are performing, and it will also provide you with various features that help you see the effectiveness, such as speed tests.
To run the application, you must have at least a basic knowledge of the Windows command line. That’s because the application runs through the command line.
But if you already have good knowledge about the command line, you should not have any major problems using the tool.
It should also be mentioned that you need to install Avisynth since you’ll be using these scripts for analysis. After that, using AVSMeter will be possible without major complications.
The tool will automatically detect whether you already have Avisynth, so you don’t have to do it yourself.
Its goal is to provide you with as much valuable information about your Avisynth scripts as possible. The tool will provide you with information such as the width and height of a frame, framerate, color space, and other info about the clip in question.
Of course, you can also set parameters of what the tool is measuring. You can easily do this by using commands to control the behavior of the analysis.
You’ll be able to measure the FPS rate, see the resources used by the tool (your GPU and CPU), and set the frame range the tool analyzes. In addition, you can also perform speed tests.
AVSMeter is a tool that will help you analyze Avisynth scripts. It uses the command line and lets you see how well your scripts perform.