I rendered an animation with different layers (3), and safed every frame as exr. If I render just one frame I can see the every single layer using the "Render layers" node.
But if I render the whole animation, and then open all the exrs as an image sequence in the sequence editor I just see one layer.
Is it possible to see and edit all layers of the frames in the sequence editor too, and if yes how can I do it?
Whatever I tried I just got one layer of the three. So acutally its not possible to make a video out of the frames because just one layer is rendered... and all the information from the other layers is missing.
EDIT: I also tried to render the image in exr multilayer. But there I just got a black image... and was not able to found any of the layers..
EDIT 2: The workflow I tried so far:
- I have many exr files
- Open Blender and switch to Compositing
- Open the Node editor and the VSE
- Cleared all nodes and added an image node.
- Opened all my exr files in the node as an image sequence
- Added the Composite / Viewer nodes and activated the backdrop
- Then this is what I get:
Sadly I just get one layer like mentioned before.. But directly after the rendering I have a picture will all three layers. Like here:
With the green box I marked the missing layers. With the orange one you can see how I made the layers before rendering. As you can see in the EXR just the second layer (glass) is displayed.
I think maybe it's because the Render Layers node needs the scene. And when I just import the EXRs I don't have the scene.
But is there a way to get the other layers in the EXRs after the rendering, when I have all images rendered? I want to do the same like in the second picture (add filters and so on to the single layers) just after the rendering. Is that possible?