I find myself using several filters routinely. Within a shotcut session, it’s possible to copy the filter stack from one clip, and paste it onto a different clip. This works between different projects, too.
But there’s no persistence between shotcut sessions. Each time you start a new session of shotcut, you have to add the filters one-by-one.
It would be helpful to save a filter stack as a preset to be able to apply them quickly in a new shotcut session.
You can copy and past multiple filters from one clip to the other.
There is no filter stacking in that you can save multiple filters as a preset
This is a good suggestion.
I would be using such a new feature in almost every new project.
You’re right. That’s why I put it in the Suggestion category
sorry I missed it being in suggestion. It has been a suggested before but I don’t think it’s on the roadmap right now.
I did suggest something similar last year. I got near zero reaction, aside from a few likes by forum members.
I wonder what happens exactly when I use these buttons…
I mean, surely it does not work exactly the same as Copy/Paste in Windows. Suppose I’m working on two Shotcut projects at the same time, if I use the Copy the filters button in one window of Shotcut, I won’t be able to Paste Filters on a clip in the other Shotcut window.
But obviously, when I hit the Copy the filters button, somehow Shotcut takes “note” of the combinaison of filters (and keyframes) from a clip and ca…
May 12, 2021, 8:41pm
Je ne l’avais pas vu celle-la. Je pense aussi qu’elle serait d’une grande utilité.
I hadn’t seen this one. I also think it would be very useful.
May 13, 2021, 1:37am
Maybe of interest: in this video I show how I use an empty mlt file as a “template” so that I can use the same filters on all my projects. Maybe you can adapt that somehow to your need.
August 23, 2021, 1:51pm
Thanks for your suggestion with mlt.
But it could not use if I want to add it to other projects.