Shotcut - Tutorial part 15 - how to crop and zoom

Shotcut - Tutorial part 15 - how to crop and zoom

Sorry for the bad audio quality, will fix this for the next time.
I am very grateful for help!
can it change a 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars to stretched?
how can i put video clip inside of an object through the whole duration of the video clip???
When I move it around it just stand still
Hey man just wanted to let you know the only thing worse than your audio quality is the fact that I had to go watch a different tutorial of yours for this one to make sense. JUST EXPLAIN HOW TO USE FILTERS AGAIN IT'S NOT THAT HARD.
The CENTER and CENTER BIAS only work for photos, not videos
You can also select the Rotation option, and adjust the Scale bar so that it zooms in.
I think sony vegas is way better than shotcut as it support keyframing
thanks! this was really helpfull
too bad this video tutorial doesn't work if you record with iphone, totally useless video
If you insert a picture can you make it slowly zoom so it's not just a still picture?
There is no crop option (that I can see) in Shotcut version 18.01.02. Grrrr!
Thank you! Your Shotcut tutorials are the best on YouTube.
I have an image that I want to zoom in on. But when I drag the thing outside the screen just turns black and the Size (first box is put to 0. When I write a custom number that is bigger then the screen the image gets bigger but when I try to move the image the screen again turns black.
I think this software is not the best?
omg thank you soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much
Thank you for this tutorial. You're awesome !
I by accident recorded somethijg only at one corner of my video. How can I make that fill the entire screen? :) I can't make it work with this. How do I make the dot go inside the middle of my video? Then it might work? :)

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