Cross-fade is not created for multiple tracks

What is your operating system?
Windows 10 64-bit

What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)? Is it 32-bit?

Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?

  1. Create two tracks: a video track and a separate audio track.
  2. Split and remove the same section in both tracks (remove dead space).
  3. Select the ends of both tracks.
  4. Drag the ends of both tracks so that they overlap the previous sections before the dead space.

When I do this, the two tracks are not automatically cross-faded. If I do this with one track, the cross-fade is created automatically.

Hi @bburtin
This is not a bug.
Applying a transition simultaneity to clips located on different tracks is simply not yet available in Shotcut.

Also, you cannot trim a multiple clip selection in case you try to create a transition by trimming. Not a feature.

Thanks for the quick replies. I’m able to work around it by creating a transition for one track, then snapping the second track to the same start point. It would be convenient if Shotcut did this automatically at some point.