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The video sequence editor is blender's NLEs (non-linear editing system). The VSE is a timeline-based video editor in blender.

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How to create 2.35:1 movie with no stretching?

I am working in blender in the video editor and I want to make my 16:9 film into 2.35:1. My film is ...
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Can I import multiple strips of different fps into Video Sequence Editor?

I have a few video strips with audio that I want to import to the Video Sequence Editor (VSE), but they are of different fps... examples are 23.97, 24, 29.97 and 30 fps. Let's say I want to select an ...
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Use only audio when mixing compositing and sequencer in post processing

I created a nice movie layout using only the Node editor. I added an mp3 audio file via the video sequence editor. Selected Both compositing and sequence in post processing under render properties and ...
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Video Editing Workflow: Use a separate scene for VSE?

I am doing a video project in blender, consisting of one title animation (sceneTitle), a main animation (sceneMain) and a end animation (sceneEnd). I put those animations in different scenes. Now I ...
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Can movie data from a movie strip in the VSE link to data in a texture?

In one scene of my .blend file, I use a frame from a video file in a texture. In another scene, I have a movie strip in the VSE that uses the same video file. Since this is Blender, I assumed that I ...
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How do I copy video strip properties?

I'm editing a video made with several movie strips. I've changed the properties of one of the strips, like the blend mode, the opacity, the saturation, etc. I want to copy those properties to the ...
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Is there a build of Blender that only has the video editor enabled?

Seeing as the video editor has become as powerful as it is, it would be great to use it as a stand alone video editor. Does such a build exist?