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- Apr 19 2011, 9:09 AM (309 w, 3 d)
Wed, Mar 8
ok, in the file you provided, the 'transparent' checkbox in the render properties of the 'Text' scene is not checked, that does need to be enabled for proper transparency in the scene strip, and it fixed it on my computer at least (on 2.78c). You should probably change that in the example file.
Tue, Mar 7
Your 'Text' scene needs to have transparency enabled in its render settings, enable that and transparency in the vse should work fine.
Jan 8 2017
Just ran into this bug when trying to write an addon that copies a strip to another scene... not possible to use duplicate for such a task, and there seems to be no way of linking the strips, so it seems I might be stuck until this is fixed...
Would it be possible to give bpy.ops.sequencer.duplicate() the ability to duplicate into another scene maybe?
Oct 19 2016
Thank you for looking into this, Olly! Interpolation between frames sounds great, and I doubt anyone would notice unless they are dealing with ridiculously low framerates for some reason.
Oct 17 2016
I noticed that when setting the buffer very high, the volume is not changed mid-buffer (it adjusts the entire buffer's volume to the keyframe value at the beginning of the buffer). My guess is the lack of interpolation between buffers is causing a sudden volume change that is causing the pops.
Apr 30 2016
Mar 2 2016
Seems that the latest version of blender from buildbot does indeed fix this! Fantastic!
Mar 1 2016
ok, managed to reencode the test file and it seems to make blender crash every time.
Ive been away a bit, didnt have any time to test.
Hopefully you will still get notified of the posts when this is closed?
Anyway, those test files do not cause the crash for me either. I think it is related to the resolution or size of the video, or maybe the container, or maybe due to some encoding settings... the files it crashed with were 1080i 8000kbps h264 and ac3 in an mp4 container.
Doing some tests today but reencoding the files takes a while, ill post results when I can narrow it down a bit.
Feb 19 2016
Feb 2 2016
This started happening on my computer, my script using sqlite3 would not work, and typing 'import sqlite3' in the python console would not work.
This was happening in any .blend file (even when I loaded the factory defaults), running blender from various locations, and in several different versions of blender.
Jan 27 2016
May 1 2015
Ah, it is fixed! Awesome, thanks!
Mar 31 2015
Aug 19 2014
If it's an api limitation, why did it work in 2.70? Also if that same operator is called from the console, it behaves as expected, it's only doing this when called from a panel