Changed active track after insert


#1

If you have copied a part and have inserted it (e.g. into “Track-3”), the active track than will have been changed, usually than its “Track-1”, the first track.

If you then insert again that copied part…, than, also, it can be that Shotcut than is busy for up to one minute with a CPU usage up to 100%.
(In my case it was a audio part in “Track-4” (an audio track), which was copied into “Track-1”, an video track.)

Best regards
Earlybite


#2

No version and no operating system info provided.


#3

Ah damn, I always forget that…

Ok, here it is:
Linux Mint 18.1-64bit-KDE, Shotcut v. 19.01.27


#4

I returned to look into this, but I cannot reproduce it. If you using a build provided by us (or Snap or Flatpak), please retest on v19.02.28 and then provide steps. Please use the same terminology as used in the UI when noting the steps.


#5

E.g. you have a project with several video and audio tracks…, maybe first three video, then maybe three audio tracks (up down).

The behavior occurs, if you copy e.g. a part in video track #3 and paste it into video track #2. Then the active track will have been changed into Track #1

Best regards
Earlybite


#6

This has been fixed for the next version 19.04.x