What is your operating system?
What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)?
Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?
This feature get out from any shotcut update a bit often.
When I apply a keyframe (in the video I used zoom and position filter), and I define some keyframes that change the scene, it is supposed that if I SPLIT the video into a point , a “end keyframe” must be added to the left clip, and a “start keyframe” must be added to the right clip.
The values of those 2 added keyframes, must be calculated at the levels of any parameter reached at that point (different for example from the parameters defined by the user a bit before and a bit beyond).
As you can see in the video, missing the end keyframe on left clip, throw the image far away.
I know that it’s a difficult logic, but I would be sure that If I use 10 filters with keyframes, they do not corrupt the interpolation if I cut the clip in the middle.
I suppose this feature was ok on last year Win7 shotcut version.
ps: There are a lot of bugs in the new version. Could you think about returning to the candidate status on this year’s release (with no offense)?