So, I rendered a scene with a 2D plane and an ortho camera with a mask object. But when i render it (Blender Internal), it gives me this. It gives me this bug when I import the scene to the VSE, and render it in the VSE, it gives me this bug.

this is a still shot from the rendered video

How do I solve this? Any ideas? thanks for your help!

Here's the blend file:

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    Screenshots of VLC don't help solve Blender issues – Duarte Farrajota Ramos Sep 8 at 14:29
  • how do i upload videos then? – lpydawa Sep 8 at 14:40
  • Are you using Blender Internal or Cycles? Do you obtain the same result in the Viewport in the "Rendered" mode (Shift+Z)? Can you share a screenshot of your setup or, even better, your blend file using blend-exchange.giantcowfilms.com? Please edit your question to add this information so that we have a better idea on how to help – Nicola Sap Sep 8 at 14:46
  • Im using blender render, not cycles – lpydawa Sep 8 at 14:47
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It's not clear how you rendered the video, since the blend file you have provided is set to render as separate png still frames:

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Rendering it with the Animation button (or CtrlF12) works fine on my computer so I can't reproduce your issue and I believe it might be related to the extra steps you took to actually make the video.

I suggest you keep rendering as still frames (like in the file you uploaded), but to change first the "Output" directory to something which is not a temporary one.

After it has been rendered, check that your output frames look good, and finally merge them into a video (you can do it with external applications, or within blender following steps 3 to 6 from this answer: https://blender.stackexchange.com/a/15145)

  • I rendered as mp4, is it a hardware related bug – lpydawa Sep 8 at 22:41
  • Also, I forgot to say that I imported the scene to the video sequence editor, then rendered it from there. – lpydawa Sep 8 at 23:20
  • please make your question complete with all the relevant info if you want to get an useful answer – Nicola Sap Sep 8 at 23:50
  • edited the question – lpydawa Sep 9 at 0:02
  • so based on my updated question, do you know the problem? – lpydawa Sep 9 at 11:36

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