Image strips can display thumbnails in the Sequencer overlaid on their strips by enabling the Thumbnails overlay.
导航到目录，单击 LMB 并在一个范围内的名称上拖动以高亮显示多个文件。你可以向下翻页并继续 Shift-LMB 点击并拖动以添加更多选择。
按下 Shift-LMB 选定的非相关图像进行批处理；每个图像将是一个帧，按照排序顺序，可以是文件类型的混合(
按下 A 选择或者取消选择目录中全部文件。
Dealing with different sized images and different sized outputs is tricky. If you have a mismatch between the size of the input image and the render output size, the Video Sequencer will try to auto-scale the image to fit it entirely in the output. This may result in clipping. If you do not want that, use Crop and/or Offset in the Input panel to move and select a region of the image within the output. When you use Crop or Offset, the auto-scaling will be disabled and you can manually re-scale by adding the Transform effect.
Store the location of the image file relative to the blend-file.
The Start Frame to place the left handle of the strip.
The end frame to place the right handle of the strip.
Subtract the Start Frame from the End Frame to get the strip's duration.
The Channel to place the strip.
Replaces the currently selected strips with the new strip.
Determines how images with an aspect ratio different than the scene's Resolution are scaled to fit inside the render area.
This may mean that the transparent areas may be added along the content's border to fit the content in the rendered area.
This may mean that portions of the original image no longer fit the content inside the rendered area.
Adjusts the strips Scale Transforms so the visual contents of the strip to fill the project's Resolution. Note, unlike the other two methods described above, Stretch to Fill does not maintaining the original aspect ratio.
This may mean that the original image becomes distorted to fit the content inside the rendered area.
Automatically sets an appropriate View Transform based on the Color Space of the imported media. In most cases, the Standard should be used; using the wrong transform could result in inaccurate colors or degraded rendering performance.
Image sequences can use placeholder files. This works by enabling Use Placeholders checkbox when adding an image strip. The option detects the frame range of opened images using Blender's frame naming scheme (
filename + frame number + .extension) and makes an image sequence with all files in between even if they are missing. This allows you to render an image sequence with a few frames missing and still the image strip will have the correct range to account for the missing frames displayed as black.
When the missing frames are rendered or placed in the same folder, you can refresh the Sequencer and get the missing frames in the strip. The option is also available when using the Change Data/File operator and allows you to add more images to the range.