Currently, when you switch to the mode for the rectangle control so that you can move it from anywhere inside, that setting will be forgotten if you toggle to another filter and back or if you select another clip and go back. Can this be fixed so the switch in rectangle control will be remembered?
The second suggestion has to do with the scope of the zoom in the timeline. Right now, when the timeline is given the widest possible space zooming all the way out only covers about 1 hour and 40 minutes before you will have to start scrolling left and right to see more.
This is a problem if the project’s run time is more than that. Once the timeline grows past an hour the zoom function slows down considerably and it lags when zooming in and out. Additionally, the accuracy of the zoom plummets. If the timeline is 2 hours or more, zooming in can throw the focus of the zoom way off to much earlier in the timeline. I’m not sure if these are bugs or a result of the current limitation of the zoom. I have seen other editors have the scope of the zoom be far bigger. Kdenlive has about an 11 hour scope when zoomed all the back. Can this be updated in Shotcut?