Here’s my attempt to render WebVfx using a running Chrome.
The prototype connects MLT/Shotcut with a running Chrome. You can inspect or edit the page in real time.
This could be a feasible direction to upgrade from QtWebKit. It’s much easier to implement comparing with QtWebEngine or CEF.
MLT and Shotcut does not depend on WebVfx, and most of what is available in Shotcut through WebVfx is unimportant.
See related https://github.com/mltframework/mlt/issues/491