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Marco. wrote on 3/14/2019, 2:56 PM

One of the most important information always is which version and which build of Vegas Pro you use.

Nathian-Steir wrote on 3/16/2019, 10:04 AM

The more I look into it the more I realize when my white balance eye dropper issue is happening. This is what I figured out. when I use Sony Vegas Pro 15 with monitors set to it's native resolution 3840x2160 my vegas white balance tool does not work and if it does it is very eratic and inconsistent. When I set my monitors to anything less than that like 1080x1920 than it does work perfectly fine. Is Vegas not compatible with 4k monitors? Does anyone have an answer to fixing this issue?

Marco. wrote on 3/16/2019, 11:07 AM

You still didn't tell us which build of Magix Vegas Pro 15 you use.

Nathian-Steir wrote on 3/16/2019, 11:24 AM

build 416

wwjd wrote on 3/19/2019, 7:10 AM

VERY Interesting it works in 1080, and not 4k. That's a good start to solving this: a known GOOD scenario. What about trying inbetween like 1440? In 4k, try switching scaling: 100, 125, 150 200% Mouse drivers, GFX drivers, different mouse? maybe check graphics settings, like RESET/apply. Just some thoughts.

I use 4K screens, and Nvidia 1070 and it seems to work but I will double check it tonight.

Nathian-Steir wrote on 3/19/2019, 2:41 PM

VERY Interesting it works in 1080, and not 4k. That's a good start to solving this: a known GOOD scenario. What about trying inbetween like 1440? In 4k, try switching scaling: 100, 125, 150 200% Mouse drivers, GFX drivers, different mouse? maybe check graphics settings, like RESET/apply. Just some thoughts.

I use 4K screens, and Nvidia 1070 and it seems to work but I will double check it tonight.

Interesting also that nobody else seems to be having this same issue. I noticed it works on any display under 2560X1440

wwjd wrote on 3/20/2019, 7:08 AM

surf creativecow and see whats up over there maybe? https://forums.creativecow.net/magixvegas