This doesn’t make any sense. It’s like the track V4 is acting differently than the track V2. This doesn’t have to do with the actual image, nor the filters, because if I simply move the image from V4 to V2, the wooden background appears as shown before. This really has to do with the video track V4. I have restarted the app and tried to delete every other video/image on the track V4, but it didn’t do anything.
More than likely it is not a bug, and there is not enough information. For the Size Position and Rotate filter for the image on V4, what is the Background color set to? You need to scroll the filter parameters UI downward to see it since your screenshot does not show it. What is the Blend mode of track V4 in Properties? Click the V4 track header, and view Properties. You also need to look at what is on V3 under V4’s image because that may also be a factor.
No idea if this is worth mentioning, but I’ve just noticed that every track except the track V4 has the property “blend mode over”. For some reasons, there is just no property for the track V4. I wouldn’t know if this is what is causing the issue.
In your pictures I see you also use the “Fade In Video” filter.
Perhaps, and I could be completely wrong about this like @shotcut said too little info
so I am just wildy guessing, but perhaps the checkmark
“Adjust opascity instead of fade with black” is not ticked ??
Like I said, since I moved the image from one track to another, the filters don’t matter. Since it acts differently from one track to another without changing the filters, the problem must come from the track itself. I must assume it has to do with the tracks properties, but I wouldn’t know how to fix that. I’ll try something.
EDIT: I’ve noticed that the track V1 also doesn’t have a blend mode property. I’ve read online that this is normal, but I do believe it is not when it comes to the track V4.
EDIT2: When using the shortcut Alt+shift+ ↓ , it makes the property of the track disappear. This doesn’t happen when doing it manually.
I’ve resolved my issue by creating another video track, moving the track downward manually (without shortcuts) next to V4, moving every files on the new track and deleting the old V4 track.
– BUG (to be confirmed) –
My issue seems to come from a bug with the shortcuts. When using Alt+shift+ ↓ to move downward a video track, it removes the blend mode property of that video track resulting in a black background when trying to overlay different images and videos.