What is your operating system?
Linux 64 bit
What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)? Is it 32-bit?
21.5.18 Flatpack (I have not seen if it is 32bit or 64 bit)
Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?
I have a FFV1 video in the timeline.
I have a separate audio track.
I have 4 sections in the audio track, created with s-key.
When I talk about sections, please note, that there are two types of sections. Sections of the track created with key-s (I call them timeline-sections). And inside of such a timeline-section you can make subsections in the keyframes-line, when you want to add more than one Audio filter “normalise two pass”. I call them keyframe-sections.
I only want to add several Audio filters “normalise two pass" to the third timeline-section.
I mark the third timeline-section in the audio track.
I add the audio filter “normalise: two pass”
In keyframes I set a first “filter end” within the timeline-section. So I have my first keyframe-section.
I press the analyse button.
I do not wait until this is analysed.
I immediately in “keyframes” press the seek forward button.
I add immediately a second audio filter “normalise: two pass”.
Go back to A) until you have about 6 filters.
When all “analyse jobs” are done, then I go to the beginning of the keyframe-section 6 (within the timeline-section 3) of a filter and play the whole section.
My expectation was, that now the “audio loudness I” (of course I first have pressed “reset”) is -23 when the keyframe-section of the filter was completely played.
But it has a great deviation.
Can I only have one Audio filter “normalise two pass” in one timeline-section?
It works, when I only have one Audio filter “normalise two pass” in one timeline-section.
Can you reproduce this?