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Discovered the offending VSE tick-box, inside the 'speed control' effect strip: It seems enabling 'Frame Interpolation' causes memory to leak. Disabling it eliminates this. Hope this saves further headaches.


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Not necessarily. You would need to change the filetype to mp4 or any other video format though. I just checked and the sample count doesn't seem to matter for rendering from VSE. Yes, the resolution matters. No, it doesn't matter. You can render all the pngs and compile them to a video in another blend file. I don't know the exact issue but you should check ...


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It's also possible that the Playback Mute is enabled. This, you can't see by looking at the strip. To unmute, click the Playback button (probably at the bottom left) and uncheck Mute.


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Check your resolution: Blender just takes a default resolution here. To make sure you have the same as in your png you can right click on your strip and choose "set render size"


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You should not have to render. Switch to the Video Sequence Editor Use the add menu to add the audio, as you did: Return to the 3D Viewport Use the timeline window to play the animation If you are not hearing audio, make sure the audio isn't muted (hidden): In the Visual Sequence Editor, hover over the audio type and type ALT-h to unmute. You can tell ...


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In the Playback settings of the Sequencer you have enabled Mute in the scene without sound.


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Uses the context.id member As shown in github search link provided in comments the operator uses the data block referenced by context.id import bpy, os strips = bpy.context.selected_editable_sequences strips = sorted(strips, key=lambda strip: strip.frame_final_start) for sq in strips: if sq.type == "SOUND": path = bpy.path.abspath(sq....


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The keyword you need is SEQUENCER_MT_context_menu. def menu_func(self, context): self.layout.operator(ScriptClassNameHere.bl_idname) def register(): bpy.utils.register_class(ScriptClassNameHere) bpy.types.SEQUENCER_MT_context_menu.append(menu_func) def unregister(): bpy.types.SEQUENCER_MT_context_menu.remove(menu_func) bpy.utils....


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I created this FREE add-on to make Blender VSE support the Arabic language. What the addon does: After you write Arabic text, you click a button to correct the shapes of the letters, and connect the letters in a proper way (according to the Arabic grammar and writing rules). How to use: Create a strip in VSE. Write some text (It will look incorrect). Click &...


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@wilks gave me the answer. When playing the video, hover your mouse over the preview window and then press play. It works when you do that.


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Elaborating on Gordon Brinkmann's suggestion, you can put your video as an image texture on a plane and then modify the coordinates e.g. using Vector Curves. Below, I've put two points on {0; 0}, {1; 1}, because those are the limits (beginning and end) of the UV coordinates, then a point on {0.5; 0.5}, as the middle isn't supposed to change, then two points ...


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Fix the typo : It's not sequencer_editor but sequence_editor (no r). You are mixing an operator level (bpy.ops) method with an object level method (SequenceEditor). The SequenceEditor object doesn't have any movie_strip_add method. Instead, you have to access its sequences attribute and use its new_movie method. When you want to know the members of an ...


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Found a way around this, even if not very comfortable - Just use the wrap width to reduce max line size, and add quite a lot of white space at the end of each line. It's much easier to do this with a script, even if a bit of copy pasting in text editor or notepad can do the job too.


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