Why does an animation with 500 frames in 2 image sequence nodes render as a video that only shows 1 frame?
Can anyone point out the mistake I made with trying to render an animation with this setup? (image below)
Can someone tell me what the image sequence settings do, precisely? And how to use them properly?
Is there a way to put PNG background and the EXR foreground into the VSE and still do compositing on the video?
(Or, is compositor in 2.82 working correctly with image sequences? I didn’t find any documentation for the node… anyway:)
Trying to render to MP4 from a composited image sequence only renders 1 frame for the entire duration of the video. I assume this is due to image sequence nodes not changing their values during rendering.
Please look at the image at this link:
I have 575 EXR files and About 2000 png frames from the movie.
Regardless of whether I load all PNG files or only 575 the image sequence node shows ~2000 frames. The first frame shows in teh thumbnail, but changing any values closes the previews.
Can someone explain what the correct values for the image sequences would be with those numbers?
The Video Editor track is empty at this point. I had the original video that you can see top-left but I removed it because I wanted to use the rendered pngs. Also, I didn’t know how to use the compositor overlay in the VSE.
The node with the green marking around its Offset setting is the rendered EXR sequence. I turned the offset to #frame because I thought that might have been the problem. However, it didn’t work.
Cyclic was turned off for all sequences when I was rendering.
You can see that there is no thumbnail, and the backdrop turned pink. I have looked on youtube and searched around the web but no luck with finding any description of how the node is supposed to be used.