I have created a “jitter” filter that I think does what you are asking. If you would like to try it and let me know if that is what you were looking for it can be found here: http://www.elusien.co.uk/shotcut/filters/
The instructions on how to install it for Shotcut on your system are included on the webpage - Enjoy!
Thanks for pointing this out. The keyframes code has been giving me problems with several filters. It is my understanding of that code rather than the code itself. I found a bug in the way I was doing things and fixed that, but it looks like I’ve introduced another in doing so. I’ll look into it, but it may have to wait till tomorrow.
That jitter filter from Elusian worked perfectly! That’s it exactly! Might want to rename it though to something more accurate like “stop motion” or “posterize time”. Thank you for the quick turn around! Is there a catalog of all unofficial filters out there somewhere?
Wow, @sauron, that is brilliant. Plus I love that song!! GREAT WORK!! @elusien, these are 2 brilliant filters!! Thank you so much.
It’s spooky - I was working on a similar effect myself over the last few days. I’ve called it the JUMP effect, and I did it not with filters but using Shotcut in conjunction with an AutoHotKey script. Here’s a very short demo showing the effect. I’m just making a short tutorial on how I did it. Will post the tutorial and AHK script asap.
Just got back from golf and saw this. Silly me. I initially thought of setting the maximum to 10 then decided on 60 as that equates to 1 second at 60fps, but only changed part of the code. Thanks for taking the time to find and fix the bug. I will update the Zip on my website so it’s in sync with yours on Google drive.
Oops, so sorry, @DRM, yes, I thought @sauron had done it. Total senior moment there, apologies. Must pay more attention to who posts things! Great example of the Persistence and Jitter filters. Thank you.