Can I know what makes certain lines in the log [help req]

Hi, I was the one merging some videos

I’m currently using the latest version of shotcut and merging MTS video from a sony hdr-pj675 camcoder,
which automatically split files in like every 12 minutes. As it is my only available resources all of my files from different days should be of the same properties, some of the files, however, don’t really go well in terms of exporting, which I use the same option except for occasional change in colorspace in video mode. (merging 12min, 2GB MTSs into mp4/wmv about 60~80min total)
Recent colorspace issue has been solved but I’ve got another thing. Files with colorspace issues actually went through quite quickly after I got answer from angels in around an hour per file, while recently taken files are actually taking 2-3hours each.
The logs for those contain dozens of variants of lines below:

[mpegts @ 000000000b589f80] parser not found for codec hdmv_pgs_subtitle, packets or times may be invalid.

[h264 @ 000000000b58c640] Reinit context to 1920x1088, pix_fmt: yuv420p

[h264 @ 000000000b957500] reference picture missing during reorder

[h264 @ 000000000b955080] Missing reference picture, default is 2147483647

[mp4 @ 00000000062c2ac0] Using AVStream.codec to pass codec parameters to muxers is deprecated, use AVStream.codecpar instead.

[producer avformat-novalidate] << file name and directory>>
WILD TIMESTAMP: pkt.pts=[-9223372036854775808], pkt.dts=[-9223372036854775808], req_position=[22478], current_position=[22467], int_position=[0], pts=[-9223372036854775808]

[producer avformat-novalidate] << file name and directory>>
checking VFR: pkt.duration 1001

These are created in packs for every split file I use.
Can someone figure out why they appear and maybe how not to make them or whatever to reduce export time? I don’t think something like “not found” “missing” “novalidate” “deprecated” sound good.
I still love shotcut and devs btw. Thank you.

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