When I add an image to the video timeline (drag and drop from the Playlist) the image is like 0.01 second wide. See below:
The image is there on the timeline you just can’t see it because it so small:
So you have to really ‘find’ the extend handle/cursor and then you can extend the image:
As you can see here 1.59 seconds were added when extended so it’s really small when drag and dropped.
As you can imagine it would be a lot better if the image had the standard width of a bunch of seconds when dropped like it use to, I don’t know when or why this started happening but it’s really annoying.
Using Windows 10, Shotcut version 22.06.23.
I know there are newer versions but I remember I ran into some issues some time ago using the newer version. So I just stuck with the older one. Can’t remember what the issues were though but I could’ve been something with using older projects in a newer Shotcut version (compatibility issues).
Ok so when I double click the image in the Playlist, and go to the Properties tab below it, there I can set the duration, set it to say 2 seconds, and then hit the button ‘Set default’. That fixes it for one image, but how to set it as a default for all, or better yet, for all new images including in new projects?
Like I said, it fixes it only for one image in the Playlist. I even downloaded a new version of Shotcut and the problem persists even there. If I have 20 images that I want to add, I’d have to set its time default for each image, with every new project.