I’ve been using Shotcut now for quite a number of months, I like how it work, but I still feel like I need to save often because of some clean exits to desktop now and then.
Would it be possible when you publish new versions of the tool, to also put aside all the PDBs for the version so people who have development tools can download them to identify issues? Associated with the tagged revisions on github, that should be enough to be able to dig in the program without having to rebuild it, and that would have the benefit of guaranteeing that the code is identical to the official releases.
I really don’t feel like having to learn how to build Shotcut, did that for a couple of projects already and really I hate this part
What I would be totally fine doing on the other hand, is to run Shotcut with the Visual Studio debugger attached, so in case of crash I could find the potential problem that led to the crash.
Additionally, despite having tried all the suggestions (memory, cpu, ssd, use low resolution preview, …) I still have Shotcut crawling almost to a halt when I’m doing transitions between cuts that have fade transition, crop and resizing of elements (like picture in picture, webcam commentary, …), text overlays, etc… so having the symbols would also allow me to run some performance profiler to try to see if I can identify where the bottlenecks are.
Does that seem doable?