I was experimenting with the Glitch filter to see if I can limit the effect to the size of the box in Text so that if I make the size of the text smaller then only the text has the glitch going and the rest of the screen is glitching. I couldn’t get it to work. I swapped the order of the Text and Glitch filters and the whole screen is effected either way. The only way to get to a similar effect I was going for is to put a second transparent clip underneath the first transparent clip with the text and glitch effect. I am not sure if this is an error in the design of the Glitch filter or not.
Also, I see the the Default and Keyframe buttons in the Spot Remover filter are too far away.
The Speed control in the Properties tab is messed up. The problems happen when the clip is brought to the timeline. On some clips, if you change the number and press enter Shotcut will crash. On other clips, if you change the number and press enter then Shotcut will revert back to the default of 1.000000.
Also, in the cases where it does crash, when Shotcut is reopened and you pick to open the auto-saved file Shotcut says it fails to open it.