I have a slow computer, and I have an animation of 4400 frames. If I render all at once, it would crash. So I made this Python script to try to help me:
#START OF SCRIPT import bpy import time wait = time.sleep start = 0 end = 4400 increment = 10 current = start for i in range(start,end + increment,increment): wait(2) current = i bpy.data.scenes["Scene"].frame_start = current + 1 bpy.data.scenes["Scene"].frame_end = current + increment bpy.ops.render.render(animation=True) #END OF SCRIPT
And I get all of the pieces of the animation:
But when I try to stitch it together like so:
It just doesn't line up. The audio and video are clipped in-between, and the amount of audio frames just doesn't line up with the video.
Did I do something wrong with the script? The stitching? The animation? Please help soon, as I am trying to make this as a Christmas present.