I am a Premiere CC user and have been looking for an alternative to teach students in Africa the basics of video editing on outdated computers (Dell Optiplex 970) without a decitated GPU. ShotCut runs perfectly on these computers and fulfills all necessary functions to achieve the learning goal (especially when moving multiple objects in the timeline and proxy is implemented). That’s why I want to thank the community first of all, because without ShotCut my knowledge transfer project would not be possible.
At the moment I’m only missing one feature, because I record the sound externally and synchronize it in post:
A marked clip in the Timeline with the help of a ShortCut e.g.: Alt + arrow key to move one frame by “click” left or right.
It’s quite clear to me that you can also zoom in and move the clip to the desired point, but zooming in and out costs a lot of performance on old hardware and it’s a “fiddle around” until you have found the right frame. It would be much easier and more pleasant, if there would be a “keyboard” possibility for it.
Since I’m not a programmer, I don’t know how complex such a feature is. If I can contribute to the implementation, let me know.
Greetings from Europe/Austria/Vienna