Since we now have a thread to centralise bugs I'll add this one which I've mentioned before.
Disable resample issues when reducing playback rate with interlaced source material.
While most video makers would like to see interlacing a thing of the past it isn't as yet. Cameras like mine only shoot 1080 50i not 50p. Interlacing gives me no problems except this irritating bug. The problem is bad jerkiness with moving objects when dealing with interlaced source material after reducing the playback rate with resampling disabled. I often do this with handheld scenic shots which contain neither people nor vehicles to show that I've slowed down the shot. This then gives acceptable steadiness without having to resort to stabilisation which inevitably crops the image and causes image deterioration. It appears that VMS14 (and earlier versions) don't deinterlace (I always use interpolation for deinterlacing) before creating the extra frames.
Consequently if you reduce the playback rate of an interlaced clip to 50% then render out as an interlaced file with resampling disabled you find on playback that the frames after player deinterlacing instead of being in the order 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 display as 12 12 34 34 56 56 78 78....Consequently any movement jerks backwards and forwards. If I export as 50p the result is even more perculiar. VMS appears to deinterlace but discards one field duplicating the remaining and at 50% playback rate these get duplicated so you get not 11 22 33 44 55 etc but 1111 3333 5555....Very jerky but at least any movement is in one direction!
I find something similar was mentioned years ago on the forum under a Vegas Pro thread but it was obviously never fixed. Obviously I'm PAL and I don't know if the problem applies to NTSC. Fortunately I can work around it by re-rendering my 50i material to a 50p file and using that on the timeline instead. But this is a hoop one shouldn't have to jump through.
Associated with this problem is another minor issue. With a playback rate of exactly 0.500 Smart Resample and Force Resample are ineffective. The result is always the same as if Disable Resample was selected. But change the playback rate slightly to say 0.510 and Smart and Force Resample become effective again.
These bugs are probably not a priority but it would be nice if they could be fixed.