Constantly Crashing Vegas Pro 16

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j-v wrote on 2/11/2019, 4:05 AM

.That is a bold statement and one I cant not agree with and many users will have different opinion too.

Did I say somewhere you have to agree with me?
The right to disagree is all yours and so is my right to make my statement and my own free will to help or not.!

 

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OldSmoke wrote on 2/11/2019, 7:47 AM

.That is a bold statement and one I cant not agree with and many users will have different opinion too.

Did I say somewhere you have to agree with me?
The right to disagree is all yours and so is my right to make my statement and my own free will to help or not.!

In a way you did. If you would have added “... in your opinion” to your statement that would have made all the difference.

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Corkey wrote on 2/11/2019, 1:34 PM

I too have issues with Vegas constantly crashing. I'm at the point where I am beginning to dislike the software. Bear in mind I've been using it since version 4 (Sonic Foundry days).