Crash opening up VEGAS

alextudm95 wrote on 4/6/2019, 12:30 AM

I've been working on this video project for my client and now VEGAS start to show up this annoying error. Pls make the system more ridged. i have to make it done by next week.

 

even the BAK file is corrupted. useless

 

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Grazie wrote on 4/6/2019, 1:36 AM

@alextudm95 Bummer. OK, locate the original VEG and copy it to a NEW Folder and rename it as something you can recognise, I like, Banana.veg. Attempt to open it but this time when it throws up that Error Message Check both those boxes which should generate a small Report. Copy and Paste that Report to here.

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Mindmatter wrote on 4/6/2019, 4:58 AM

There may be a way out here, but it's tedious. I had something like this occur once when some media had become in some way "unsupported" or corrupt for mysterious reasons. The only way is to try and eliminate some source media one by one and try to open the project again and again to determine the culprit. Is the error always occuring at exactly 24%?

Dexcon wrote on 4/6/2019, 5:32 AM

I think that Mindmatter is on to something here, particularly if the error always occurs at 24%. I had a similar problem years ago on VP11 when a project almost always failed at the same % load point. At the time, I found that the veg project would open in safe mode - and opening in safe mode was easy to do then in Windows 7. After weeks of frustration, I had a look at the video thumbnails in the Explorer window, finally coming across one event which displayed only as an icon rather than with a sample image of the shot - conclusion: that event was very possibly corrupt. Once deleting that event from the TL (and hitting the 'remove all unused media from project' selection in Project Media) and, just to be sure, moving the suspect event elsewhere via File Explorer, everything returned to normal when opening the project under normal Windows conditions.

alextudm95 wrote on 4/6/2019, 6:05 AM

There may be a way out here, but it's tedious. I had something like this occur once when some media had become in some way "unsupported" or corrupt for mysterious reasons. The only way is to try and eliminate some source media one by one and try to open the project again and again to determine the culprit. Is the error always occuring at exactly 24%?

Yes, it work out for me. I moved some clips into new folder and the project file can finally opened up like normally with "Missing files".

The error always stuck around 20%. Not remember if its 24% to be exact.

Is there any reason why such problem occurs? I have click and send the error report when the error msg pop out.

This is my first time facing such error in VP.

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