I just tried the latest nightly build and the fix for this bug:
Double click on (or “Open”) any clip in the playlist. Grab either the "In or “Out” point under the preview window and drag it back and forth fast. Shotcut will crash.
has laid bare another problem. Do the same directions as above except make sure it’s just the “In” point and move it back and forth fast and do it for a few seconds. What will happen is that even after you stop the thumbnail image won’t stop changing and seemingly lasts forever. Plus, this really starts working the CPU as it has almost reached 90% because the thumbnail won’t stop changing.
And another issue that I’ve noticed with the nightly build: Put a clip on V1. Put a transparent clip on V2 and add to it the Text: Simple and Crop: Rectangle filters. Then hit X on the window to close Shotcut. Shotcut will not close and instead will freeze and hang.
And to expound on @sauron’s post:
If you are working in the timeline and go to the playlist to drag a sub-clip, unless you explicitly double click on that sub-clip before dragging, what will be dropped into the timeline is the full clip from which that sub-clip is taken from and not the sub-clip itself.
has not been completely fixed. Now, after adding the two filters with rectangle control, if you move one of the filters from the center, then toggle to the other filter and back again then the filter that was moved from the center will have the controls screwed up by once again having the controls be thrown to the top left. Here’s a demo. I demonstrate with the Text: Simple and Crop: Rectangle filters but this also happens by using Text: Simple and Size and Position.