I would have expected this to be a fairly common use-case, but the help guides I find for it seem to be about rendering multiple ‘layers’ at the same time (such as a standard scene and a transparency mixed on top of each other).
What I have, is 8 ‘scenes’ which are all separate sections of an animation. Actual scenes, if you will. Which is why I would have expected it to be possible to render out ‘scenes’ as individual scenes in a single animation, considering … y’know… they’re called scenes!
However I only seem to be able to render them one at a time? I have to go into compositor, change the current ‘layer’ to the next scene, and render it out, rinse and repeat.
There must be a way for me to queue up the scenes into one animation, so that they can all render out in one batch and result in a single output file. (or a single folder of pngs, so that I can then post process if necessary before encoding them into a video).
Can’t see the methodology for it though. Any help?
Edit: version 2.8