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Former user wrote on 1/10/2021, 9:28 AM

This normally happens when you have a conflict of multiple software trying to access the same hardware. Do you notice this after clicking off of Vegas to the desktop or other applications?

set wrote on 1/11/2021, 5:04 PM

Did this happened after you make a render and then wants to do playback of timeline again?

I had this trouble sometimes ago and in my case, I have to restart VP everytime - and in the end finally found the issue: audio driver is 'accidentally' reset and installed with wrong version. Reinstall from official manufacture's version fixes the problem.

RonB_USA wrote on 3/21/2021, 11:26 AM

@Paul-Fierlinger

We'll all try @set's 1/11/2021 Solution 1, of course.

Solution 2: But until then, simply go up to the Options Menu and Select Preferences, then Audio Devices and choose any other AUDIO DEVICE TYPE. That will fix it immediately. Playback can continue immediately without restarting. It doesn't matter which one you choose - at least in my case. I've been doing this for months. It only happens at certain times and conditions.

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RonB_USA

Windows 10 Pro.

VEGAS Pro 19 updated Oct 21, 2021. With VEGAS Pro since Sony days.

Source footage mostly XAVC-S 4K MP4 with still some MTS HD at times.

Intel i9-10920X 12 Core 24 Thread, ASUS PRIME X299-A II motherboard (3.7GHz), Quadro RTX-4000 8GB GPU, 64GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 1TB SSD for CDrive + Two M.2 2TB SSD for Video + several TB of internal HDDs

Paul-Fierlinger wrote on 3/21/2021, 11:48 AM

Thanks Ron, I figured that out rather quickly and can now say I've been doing that for weeks🙂It happens to me every time I switch between projects, which can happen several times in a day.

RonB_USA wrote on 3/22/2021, 3:01 PM

@Paul-Fierlinger, it happens to me sometimes after a render. I play the newly-rendered video from the Render window (called OPEN). Then I try to play something from the just-rendered timeline and I get that An Error Occurred. Weird!

RonB_USA

Windows 10 Pro.

VEGAS Pro 19 updated Oct 21, 2021. With VEGAS Pro since Sony days.

Source footage mostly XAVC-S 4K MP4 with still some MTS HD at times.

Intel i9-10920X 12 Core 24 Thread, ASUS PRIME X299-A II motherboard (3.7GHz), Quadro RTX-4000 8GB GPU, 64GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 1TB SSD for CDrive + Two M.2 2TB SSD for Video + several TB of internal HDDs

Paul-Fierlinger wrote on 3/22/2021, 4:48 PM

It's a nuisance and shouldn't be happening that way in my opinion but too insignificant at this point to expect a fix.

RonB_USA wrote on 3/8/2022, 9:47 PM

A year later... Every time I render a project and then try to render that very same project again, this happens.

Thanks, @Paul-Fierlinger.

@set, do you have any further information on #1, above? (referring to your comment from 1/11/2021)

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RonB_USA

Windows 10 Pro.

VEGAS Pro 19 updated Oct 21, 2021. With VEGAS Pro since Sony days.

Source footage mostly XAVC-S 4K MP4 with still some MTS HD at times.

Intel i9-10920X 12 Core 24 Thread, ASUS PRIME X299-A II motherboard (3.7GHz), Quadro RTX-4000 8GB GPU, 64GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 1TB SSD for CDrive + Two M.2 2TB SSD for Video + several TB of internal HDDs

set wrote on 3/8/2022, 9:51 PM

it was happening on my old PC (has been retired) and accidentally found when I need to do mic input of other application, but can't do it.

In short, check sound driver of your Win OS, is it installed properly? If not, try search the driver and reinstall. After that, this problem went away.

RonB_USA wrote on 3/8/2022, 10:40 PM

Thank you. I also see another thread about this...

RonB_USA

Windows 10 Pro.

VEGAS Pro 19 updated Oct 21, 2021. With VEGAS Pro since Sony days.

Source footage mostly XAVC-S 4K MP4 with still some MTS HD at times.

Intel i9-10920X 12 Core 24 Thread, ASUS PRIME X299-A II motherboard (3.7GHz), Quadro RTX-4000 8GB GPU, 64GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 1TB SSD for CDrive + Two M.2 2TB SSD for Video + several TB of internal HDDs

RonB_USA wrote on 3/9/2022, 12:31 AM

YAY. I believe that I fixed it by simply going to my motherboard website and installing the newest audio drivers. I'm 99% sure that it is working now.

RonB_USA

Windows 10 Pro.

VEGAS Pro 19 updated Oct 21, 2021. With VEGAS Pro since Sony days.

Source footage mostly XAVC-S 4K MP4 with still some MTS HD at times.

Intel i9-10920X 12 Core 24 Thread, ASUS PRIME X299-A II motherboard (3.7GHz), Quadro RTX-4000 8GB GPU, 64GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 1TB SSD for CDrive + Two M.2 2TB SSD for Video + several TB of internal HDDs

ColdHardDrewth wrote on 3/23/2022, 9:58 PM

Dealing with this again, it's not okay that this issue is multiple years old now and still no official fix. it's resulted in considerable loss of productivity for over a year now on and off

RogerS wrote on 3/24/2022, 12:03 AM

Are you sure it's a Vegas issue? Seems like others fixed it by fixing windows audio drivers.

hurricane1951 wrote on 5/13/2022, 6:00 AM

Well, it seems like Vegas is the only thing that's affected, so I would guess Vegas isn't handling something correctly.