Newbie. Is this possible with batch processing and if so how

Hello.

I downloaded Studio Artist for Windows yesterday.

Is it possible to batch process a movie with many different Paint Action Sequences, so that the result is x number of different movie files each created with a different Paint Action Sequence?

I want to set up many Paint Action Sequences to run overnight on a movie.

If this is possible, could some kind soul please explain in very simply instructions, how this is done.

Thank you.

Ps. I have read the manual on batch processing, but can't see how to do this.

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Yes, you can do what you want to. You want to use the Action : Batch Process : With Folder of Paint Action Sequences menu. You choose a folder of PASeqs you want to process with, then a folder of source movies, then the output folder for the rendered output movies.

Thank you John.

I had been following the instructions in the manual but missed the explanation of  how to save the PASeqs to a folder.

Working perfectly now :)

seeya.

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