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- Dec 13 2013, 12:28 AM (300 w, 3 d)
Apr 23 2014
Oh, yeah. Sorry. =)
Apr 22 2014
Yes. I forgot to mention that. I am using the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional, but it should work on any version & system of Windows if you set the format to Quicktime and not AVI. It's always worth a try.
Apr 21 2014
This bug did not work for me & I'm using a Windows 7 Professional, and what I recommend to make it work for you is after you set the format to H.264 is go the the encoding panel & set the format from AVI to Quicktime to render the sequence out as a Quicktime movie file. This probably won't work for you if you set it to AVI, since AVI make huge files depending on what codec you use. So, try that and see what happens.
Feb 10 2014
Now even though I'm running on Windows 7 Professional x64-bit, this has happened to me too.
Feb 8 2014
Okay, I've downloaded the blend file, but could you also upload some of the test images that you used to test the bug out so that I could look at it myself?
Jan 13 2014
Oh, sorry. I was actually creating a tutorial video on how to report bugs in Blender since both the Blender developer site and www.blender.org has been updated. I've decided to create an update on the video because of this. Anyway, sorry about that again. First off, I didn't know, and second I didn't know that this is not really a bug. And third, I couldn't think of anything else to sort of provide an example of a bug in Blender. This was my only option. Bugs for some reason just don't happen to me that quickly. Anyway, my video should be up on Vimeo soon. And I'm terribly sorry about this. I just didn't know. =)
Jan 12 2014
Jan 7 2014
I guess it can probably be closed.
No problem, dude. Anytime. =)
Jan 6 2014
I think I've found the solution. To help you understand more, please take a look at these files I've assembled.
What do you mean by the node network output no longer shows up in the video?
Tried it again and this is still a bug. But, use my suggestion from my last comment.
Okay, I found the bug, but did you try adding in a camera in Scene 1 and then trying to render. I know the bug will still happen and should be fixed, but adding a camera in Scene 1 will get your job done.
Dec 21 2013
Okay, here's my system info for both Blender 2.69.7 Hash: 41e70cf and Blender 2.69.0 r60995. Here you go.