[Bf-funboard] question about scenes and layouts
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Sun Jul 7 20:01:59 CEST 2013
The first problem I see is that your Plane and Sphere scenes don't have
cameras in them. Once I add cameras, the scenes play back just fine.
There do seem to be a few little issues with getting the VSE strips to
update if I change something about the scenes after putting the cameras
in. I needed to change something in the "Edit Strip" panel, such as
Opacity or Channel, to make the VSE viewer update to show the 3D scene
properly (else it would show the scene as it was before my change).
There may be other ways to trigger an update that I didn't find, but
ideally this should happen automatically.
Outside of that little issue, I don't see anything going wrong. I was
unable to reproduce the problem with the Plane scene changing lengths,
perhaps this has something to do with how you created the scenes? e.g.
What you chose for linking settings when creating a new scene.
Hope this helps!
P.S. The Blender version I used for this test was 2.67.1 r57908. What
was your version?
Thank you for your time.
On 7/6/13 9:34 PM, David Jeske wrote:
> I was recently experimenting with something I'd like to be able to do in
> blender, make several 3d scenes, and use VSE to directly add them as scenes
> and directly sequence them. I created 50-frame scenes Cube, Sphere, and
> Plane, then a fourth 150-frame scene "VSECombine".
> I added the 3 scenes to the VSE, arranged them end-to-end, and hit alt-A. I
> expected to see my three clips run in sequence. They didn't.
> The first problem was easy to fix, the Timeline on the VSE layout was set
> to push to both 3dview and sequencers. So I changed that to just
> Sequencers. However, it still didn't work.
> Upon going back to the Default layout, I found it was still set to my Plane
> scene, and that the Plane scene was now 150 frames long. Oops, that was
> odd. Seems annoying that I have to make sure no other scenes are loaded in
> other editors before touching the timeline -- for it might change the other
> scene's length.
> After mucking around, the best outcome I could achieve, was seeing the
> first clip play from frames 1-50. The other two clips never played back.
> Question: Am I doing something wrong? Is there some way to get this to
> Question: Why does the timeline data-push land on editors which have scenes
> different from the current Layout's scene? That seems like a bug to me. Is
> there some reason for this behavior?
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