At GDQuest we edit all of our videos with Blender. It’s a powerful tool, but its default workflow can feel a little slow.
That’s why we built Power Sequencer, a Free and Open Source add-on to help you edit faster with Blender’s Video Sequence editor.
Power Sequencer comes preinstalled with Blender since version 2.81.
The following pages will teach you how to use Power Sequencer:
We also made some video tutorials:
You can find more in our playlist Free Blender VSE tutorials on YouTube.
Whether you want to contribute code, help with testing, design, user interface, tutorials, or communication, all contributors are welcome!
You can come and chat with us on GDquest’s Discord server!
See our Contributor’s Guidelines to learn about how to contribute efficiently to Free Software. If you’re a developer, check our Blender Python best practices. They can help you avoid programming issues.
Then, join the discussion in the issues tab anytime!
Here are other recommended add-ons for a better editing workflow:
Daniel Oakey’s rewrite of VSE Transform Tools. This tool lets you animate and move strips from the video preview. The original add-on was abandoned a few years ago. Daniel fixed and rewrote it so now it’s super slick!
Power Sequencer ships with two separate Python tools: