im trying to master the sequencer in blender but im kinda stuck right now.
Is it possible to do a fade in/fade out between two scenes and could someone explain it to me or show me a .blend when it’s done (probably easier) - Ive looked at the Blender documentation at blender.org but still can’t quite figure it out
Thx. in advance :=)
Overlap the two strips. Select the first. Shift+select the second. Shift+A. Click Cross.
You could also have a 3rd strip of just one frame (white or black) and fade to that, then fade to the next strip.
Related to this, would anyone like to code in a ‘Solid Colour’ sequence strip, so I can do fadeouts to black nice and easily without having to make a black PNG the size of my render and import that?
I’ll see if it can fit in to the refactoring of the sequencer editor I’m planning. It should be easy (famous last words).
I used Alpha cross instead…
But the whole problem was that I was using ‘glow’ on the scenes and apparently you can’t have both a ‘cross’ and a ‘glow’ effect in the sequencer - well I coulden’t figure out how anyways
rendering it with the ‘cross’ and then adding the ‘glow’ to the rendered sequence. %|
how about making a metastrip of the cross effect and add a glow to that, you can still edit the metastrip at a later time
I’m thinking it would be easier to create a scene with nothing in it than to use a sequence plugin, since plugins have to be placed on top of another strip. Just set the background color to whatever you want, add a camera and you’re good to go
but it you really want me to, it would be trivial to write a plugin that does that.
Hey, I didn’t think of that, thats thinking outside the box! Im not home right now so i can’t try it out but maybe youre on to something
-Nothing, changed my mind, read the whole thing and saw qwe gave the answer-
ooh, static color sequence effect, cool idea. I could do that.
heehee, but with color picker !