Shift+drag messes up the first clip when the second is adjacent
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Description

Steps to reproduce:

  • Create a new project, add tears of steel,
  • Press the button to add two clips to the timeline
  • Shift+drag the first clip to the right, notice both clips move
  • Continue the shift+drag operation to the left, notice vertical blue bar flickering
  • Drag the 2nd clip to the left a bit, notice a transition clip is created with the video part longer than the audio part. They should be equal.


aleb created this task.Sep 3 2017, 12:06 AM
aleb added a comment.Sep 3 2017, 10:29 PM

When I re-load the attached xges project, the video and audio of the left clip have the same length, and I see this error:
0:00:15.808728411 3 0x2160760 ERROR gestimeline ges-timeline.c:2310:layer_auto_transition_changed_cb:<gestimeline0> Transition transitionclip39 could not be wrapped into an auto transition REMOVING it
This bug might be related to T7782.

aleb added a comment.Sep 4 2017, 10:03 AM

Seems to happen when using shift+drag, I'll try to find a list of exact steps.

aleb moved this task from Backlog to 1.0 on the Pitivi board.Sep 4 2017, 9:48 PM
aleb edited projects, added Pitivi (1.0); removed Pitivi.
aleb updated the task description. (Show Details)Sep 4 2017, 9:53 PM
aleb triaged this task as Normal priority.
aleb renamed this task from Clip seems to be longer than what the UI displays to Shift+drag messes up the clips.
aleb renamed this task from Shift+drag messes up the clips to Shift+drag messes up the first clip when the second is adjacent.
aleb assigned this task to thiblahute.Oct 25 2017, 8:08 PM

Please test with my patch from T7782

thiblahute moved this task from Backlog to Needs review on the Pitivi (1.0) board.Oct 31 2017, 8:15 PM
thiblahute moved this task from Needs review to Done on the Pitivi (1.0) board.Nov 7 2017, 1:28 PM
thiblahute closed this task as Closed.