They are up to date. Dang, thanks a bunch guys! Idk if it affects all programs but it happens with the video player games and internet browser and audio player. I am using a Phenom X4 965 underclocked to 3 Ghz. My system has an nVidia graphics card so Vegas is using that as a render assist. Once you have found the offending file you can try using re-encoding software such as Handbrake, Format Factory or any conversion software you may have to re-encode it using friendly codecs. You can customize the template to give you 60fps as well.
I need them in there too. Because most people's computers have different combinations of hardware, it is impossible to compare apples with oranges. Magix never responded to any pre-sale enquiries. So you've done similar projects in the past and had successful renders? I don't quite see what the problem is for you other than the quality of the video looks a little bad. I'm talking about the master setting in the location I gave you.
At any rate, it all came out for the best. I tried out saving the project, closing Vegas, opening vegas and the project and then rendering, but it still crashes. I'm using Vegas Pro 9. I don't know what's needed, so I'm gonna provide you with all possible details I can come up with. Search this Thread Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post I first though that this was a network problem because my pc would not access the internet even though it was connected to a working wifi network. I asked you in another message which output format and template are you rendering to? Have you been able to render multiple videos on this system before? Whatever percentage % point a render fails at, normally will point to a precise point on the timeline. I forgot to tell that.
Normally when I render it just flies non-stop. That was with a totaly new trial. At that point you might try converting that clip to a different format with a separate program and maybe then you'll be able to render it out. What was funny was how the issue of stuck rendering started so suddenly, and was reminiscent of the first edition of V11 which had rendering issues of 720 60p for me, and some others as well. I had a simple 50 minute video, all from the same old mini dvtape and got the message.
The only thing I notice though is that you are using 60i? I can render shorter videos. It must be checking licensing too. Maybe that is the problem, but then why does it work partially, rendering for say 15 mins of a 1hr video before hanging? If you wanted to test it you could just try to render out a region that you know is big enough to cause a crash. These are a couple of things for you to check anyway - I've created discs that play perfectly this way. I tried googling the error code, but couldn't come up with a single solution for my problem. Is there perhaps some video decoder I have to download for Vegas? However, after that nothing was fine anymore, and turns out I do in fact got a huge problem.
I will run more tests today. If you are still getting blank frames in the rendered video then I would guess that to be a render setting. Bob Err, well I found out the problem and I was wondering if you know or would be able to explain this to me because it's ridiculous. Break off a part of your project bracketed around where the problems start and render that by itself while watching your temperatures and maybe fan speeds. There are many Sony Vegas forums on the Internet with many experienced users, who will help you out faster than emailing support at Magix who don't know Vegas yet.
Often the cause of a render stoppage is a corrupt or non standard file format or codec on the timeline. It'll eat up disk space but it's temporary. I have no programs running in the background that I can see, and only essential programs installed. Maybe decreasing the bitrate or is there some hardware that boosts your pc so it can handle it? My first guess would be some sort of memory issue, perhaps with a piece of media on the timeline although it sounds like you're ruling that out. Everything was fine until I finished editing my video. As I watch Vegas stop and resume during the render process, I can only think that something in interfering with the rendering, but what? If it's a glitch in the timeline it should render fine as a fresh project. This type of thing most commonly occurs if you have increased or decreased the playback speed of the video.
Not the part that it gets stuck on. Then again, I could be getting mixed up. There is a clue of sorts in your post. If you record at 1440x900, but try to upscale the video to 1920x1080 in editing, you're going to get lower quality video. You get an auto-respond email and that's it. I have created new templates to render from and no change. For freezes, it definitely occured most often at the Windows loading screen.
I see time and time again people going into panic mode and getting all steamed up. I remember this being one of this first big headaches I experienced when I first started to learn how to use Vegas Movie Studio. . Experience Facts: - This happens to me twice same video and rendering settings, same 98%. That can screw things up too. I understood your processor was running at 100% and only 80% of the video was rendering. I really need some settings to render 1080p60fps videos faster, this is just awful.
Another solution is - when you open the window and it is still active - press the window key + Up arrow key - this should center the window. Hold the left mouse button down on the right edge of your video, and drag to the left or right, until you see the notch appear. Hi guys, i have been using Sony Vegas for a while with no problems, but on my last video i Hi guys, i have been using Sony Vegas for a while with no problems, but on my last video i got some troubles. I recall now that I did do one reinstall, if not two, due to rendering issues when V11 first came out. Plus, I'm reading mixed messages here. This causes Vegas to error.