Tutorial: Blender Video Sequence Editor (VSE)

Blender has a full-fledged video editing solution built right in - the Video Sequence Editor or short VSE. This tutorial shows how to add movies, image sequences, still images and sound plus basic keyframe animation.

The really cool thing about Blender is that it has everything you need for a complete production built-in. This tutorial will introduce you to the Video Sequence Editor or VSE, which you can use to edit your animations and real world footage. Learn how to import various forms of media, how to animate strip properties, some best practices and how to export your final edit into Quicktime or the Quicktime-compatible MP4 format. If you really want to dive into the power and features of the Blender VSE, check out the Blender VSE Blog by 3pointedit.

Download the finished Blendfile and the footage package here!

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