I am having trouble to understand how Render > Dimensions > Frame Range works when used together with Video Sequence Editor.
Start a new scene. Create 2 keyframes for the default created box at position 0 and 100. Have the box make a simple movement. Now under Render menu > Dimensions > Frame Range, set the Start Frame to 50 and End Frame to 80. Render this frame range as video file. It renders correctly.
Create a new scene. Use the above setup but now also go to the Video Sequence Editor and do Add > Scene > Scene to add your scene stripe in channel 0.
If you now try to render the same frame range (50-80) to a video, you will see that the rendering starts from frame 100 and finishes at 130.
If I change the frame range to 20-40, then the rendering starts from frame 40 and finishes at 60.
In other words, when the Video Sequence Editor is involved, and I setup a frame range
Y, the rendering starts from
2*X (twice as many frames after it should start).
I cannot work this out. Can you please help me?