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you can scale the y scale as you would do in viewport (zoom in and out)


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In the new versions of blender (2.9, 3.0, etc.) you can do it in Video Editing layout without any modifiers, simply by changing the Strobe parameter in the strip's options: Maybe my answer will help someone. Hope so :)


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Mix colors from different channels, for example, Red and Green you will see that the result is slightly darker that you may expect: So the difference between two cross is in how much color shifts


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Ok. Figured it out. I had my render resolution set to 50%. So when adding the scene strip, I was adding my scene half size.


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For Grease Pencil remove Use Lights option, In this case line will not be affected by light (which you don't have) and it will use original color:


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you can still save it here: I am using a mac so i don't know your shortcut, but you can see it right beside the menu entry. EDIT The default shortcut for it is ALT + S. Shortcuts are Area specific so make sure you hover on the image when pressing this.


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