What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)? Is it 32-bit? 23.05.07 AKA Latest, 64-bit
Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?
No matter what resolution or aspect ratio used, if I try using a custom one through using “Settings → Video Mode → Custom → Add…” it results in a bugged video that cannot be watched.
These are the video mode settings I was using for the following video:
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Scan mode: Progressive
Colorspace: ITU-R BT.709”
I am not even sure if the video will work when uploading it here.
I have no custom settings in the export menu and I need to use an actual custom resolution which is not in the default resolutions for a video I want to export. I did not have this issue with older versions of Shotcut.
You have to set you project setting to the video mode you want to your result to be and leave the export setting alone, so what you see while editing, is what you get when exporting. Else you will not get the results you expect
What? I understand exactly how video modes work. I made a custom video mode for a video I then edited after selecting the video mode. The issue I have is that custom video modes make the whole video unwatchable; the video gets stuck on the first frame/ on a black screen. The aspect ratio and resolutions I use for the video I intended to use them on are 1920x1000 48:25 (I got the aspect ratio from an online aspect ratio calculator.) Even when typing in a regular common resolution and aspect ratio like 1920x1080 16:9 in the custom video mode, the video remains unwatchable.
Again, the issue is not that the result is not what I expected, the issue is that the result is a bugged video which does not work.
Yes, I can do that. The forum allows for only 8MB of upload so I had to put the zip file into drive. Here’s the drive link: Shotcut custom resolution bug.zip - Google Drive
The zip file contains 2 MP4 files and an MLT file, the MP4 files being the source media and the exported version of the source media. The MLT file is the project which has a custom resolution selected; 1920x1000 and a 48:25 aspect ratio (unsure if this will show up or be selected when you open the project).
The issue I have after exporting with a custom resolution does not seem to be dependant on the video I use. To prove this I have used a different video in this example than the video I used in the first message of this thread. I have also tried re-installing Shotcut; that didn’t work. I hope this is what you were asking for me to provide.
Oh wow I had actually no idea about the framerate, windows media player shows 60 frames/second when checking the properties.
My issue has been resolved! It was the hardware encoder being enabled, which I thought I had disabled, since when I checked if my settings were the same as the image TimLau had sent in his second message, they were the same. Or so I thought.
Exported the video without using the hardware encoder and the video works as it should. Thank you both brian and TimLau for your help :>