Simply attempting to drag and drop a video or picture from Source tab to the Timeline causes Shotcut to crash.
Workaround is to use Append, Paste, or Overwrite because they are working fine.
Apply Brightness filter to a clip. Click the keyframe button in that filter view to show the advanced keyframe view. Attempt to move the solo keyframe already created there without creating another one. The keyframe moves to 00:00 point of the clip and gets stuck there.
This also happened with Size, Position, and Rotate filter, so it’s not liimited to curved keyframable parameters. If there are two or more keyframes, this doesn’t happen.
I do not reproduce any of these except the last. You need to add playlist items or keyframes to see something in these places. Adding a clip to the Timeline does not automatically add it to Playlist. Adding a filter does not automatically add parameters in Keyframes.
When you manually select a hardware encoder, click Detect, and nothing is found Shotcut does not unselect things. That is not new behavior, but I can change it. At first, I was not sure that detection would be very reliable and did not want to change the current configuration if detection seems to be failing due to reliability.
I have uploaded new builds with version number 21.08.11 to the github beta page to address the crash bug when dragging to the timeline. I felt the need to get that fix ASAP to facilitate testing as it would be too much in the way or discourage other testers.