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When having at least 2 video tracks and using the cross transition between two clips from the same upper video track, the effect applies to the lower video track as well.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
0. Have two empty video tracks
- Add a color clip on the lower track.
- Add two pictures/images on the upper track one after the other (the lower track must be visible on the background)
- Shift the photos in order to create a cross fade transition between the two.
- Play the video and see that the color clip on the lower track also reacts to the transition instead of staying unchanged. So the color on the background is fading away briefly.
The color clip on the lower track gets darker as the transition occurs and then it pops up again when transition ends.
The color clip should not be affected by the transition. The transitions should only cross fade the two image clips from the upper track.
Project is uploaded here:
demo_shotcut.zip (1.8 MB)