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I stabilized a video in the Movie Clip Editor and used the result as a Stabilize 2D block in the Node Editor. But, when I animate it, it is reproducing the original video, instead of the Composite block.

I followed a Blender 2.72 tutorial by the letter, so it could have something to do with the version, but why would Blender get the input instead of the output? What am I doing wrong?Screen capture

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    $\begingroup$ You probably still have the video strip in Video Sequence Editor, then Blender ignores the scene and renders the strip from VSE. $\endgroup$ – Mzidare Aug 30 '18 at 5:47
  • $\begingroup$ Hi, @Mzidare. I erased the strips from the Video Sequence Editor, but Blender is still rendering only the input video and ignoring everything else. I can even disconnect the Composite block altogether. $\endgroup$ – Jairo Amaral Aug 30 '18 at 15:54
  • $\begingroup$ Solved it by trial and error. The Video Sequence Editor didn't have the scene strip. I thought the Composite block alone would override it if it were empty. $\endgroup$ – Jairo Amaral Aug 30 '18 at 18:49
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I solved it by trial and error. The Video Sequence Editor didn't have the scene strip. I thought the Composite block alone would override it if it were empty.

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