as far as I know, nobody has appended the possibility within the avsproxy GUI yet. The easy way is to use the command line tool and specify the port via --port
PATH/TO/avisproxy.exe --port 1234 PATH/TO/AVS_SCRIPT.avsor as short bash script which first calls the editor of your choice (replace vim accordingly), and run avisynth after exit (should work within cygwin/...; but only tested under linux) if you replace AVSPROXY_PATH accordingly and pre append wine if run from linux
if [ $# -eq 3 ];then
parA=$(echo $1 | tr A-Z a-z)
if [ "$parA" = "--port" ]; then
if [ ! -z "$1" -a "$1" -eq "$1" 1> /dev/null ];then
if [ $1 -lt 0 ];then
echo "Port Is not allowed t obe less then zero!"
echo "$1 is not a number"
echo "Unkown parameter"
if [ $# -eq 1 ]; then
$AVSPROXY_PATH --port $port $1
printf "\t$0\t[--port PORT_NUMBER]\tFILE\n"
As i currently don't have access to windows at all, i am not able to append the necessary parts accordingly. And a short find/grep did not result in avsproxy gui code to try a blind shot or at least append the command line parameter, if not present yet
Hope this helps