1) I was experimenting more with the Corner Pin keyframes and there are some issues with how the keyframes behave.
In this demo here I create a start and end keyframe on Corner 1. Then in the middle I create a start and end keyframes for Corner 3:
but the way the animation goes is that after the end keyframe for Corner 3 plays out, Corner 3 then starts returning to the default position as Corner 1’s end keyframe plays out.
Can this be improved so that new keyframes added in the middle like that for Corner Pin don’t start defaulting?
2) The second request for improvement has to do with clips in the timeline being dragged around. In the demo here, I demonstrate two times that when a clip is selected first then selected again to be dragged around the mouse is in line with the position of the clip making it easy to move the clip. After that I then show that same clip being dragged around but this time without having the clip selected first. What happens is that if the clip wasn’t selected first before being dragged then the mouse is far away from the clip instead of being on top of the clip making it hard to know where you are taking the clip to.
Can this also be improved so that even if you drag a clip that you didn’t select first the mouse will still be on top of the clip when dragging? A similar issue can be seen in my demo for Corner Pin when I am selecting corners 1 and 2 and trying to move them and you see that the mouse is not on top of the corners while dragging them.