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I use the Visual Sequence Editor to compile highlights from my aerial drone. After editing the source(s), I want the exported video to have the same dimensions, fps, encoding, and quality as the original(s). I manually set these at the moment, then save them in a preset for future use. However sometimes I forget what camera I have used that day and load the wrong preset, this isn't a big problem but it is a waste of time to render the sequence again.

Is there a way to automatically set the output parameters to mimic the source video in Blender?

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Currently there is no way to do this. However you would be able to do this via python.

I dont think the ffmpeg libraries (which is what blender uses to read and write video and audio files) have python bindings included with blender.

To write a python script to do this, you will need to use another python library, such as pipeffmpeg

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