Vegas pro 19.
32 GB's of ram
intel vore i7-7700 cpu
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1660
I render videos at night while the computer isn't used with a sleep timer set.
this image shows an example of this happening.
before I hit render while editing away audio clips I will randomly notice an extra bit of sound added onto them....
like a recent sound that played jumps onto them.
the orange clip on the end for example will randomly pickup an extra sound
if i open it in audio editor its not there
but back in the vegas its still visibly there and i can hear it if i play that part but if i save and quit then come back its gone or sometimes it goes away on its own. almost like part of a sound being stored in RAM or something is finding its way onto this file...
But then the main issue..
sometimes.... I'd render a full video in a standard setting Sony AVC/MVC Internet 1920x1080-60p
and as you'll see on the image to the right. its got a block of extremely loud distorted audio that would play for a split second.
its enough to jumpscare someone because its so all of a sudden and loud.
a really loud sound that once scared the life out a client/friend who i sent a video to... and it would of been funny if i was going for that. but i wasn't and to be honest it was embarrassing since the video was about 40 minutes long and I missed it. had to render it 3-4 more times before I sliced enough of the audio out this took about 1 hour each time rendering.... :/
anyone know whats causing this? or how to prevent it?
its not the first time its happened.
I'd like to get it solved since its extra time i gotta spend re-rendering videos. almost like im rolling a dice and hoping this bug doesn't happen again on a video i've spent days recording and editing as is.
the sound files and sound effects I use are mp3 and wav standard enough bitrate 48000
one other thing I felt might be important to note.
the orange file IS an mp4. I used that shortkey key U to separate the audio from a video track.
I'll try saving it as a .wav and re-rendering it.
but the main thing i wanna stress is this issue didn't happen with older vegas pro builds. vegas 18 and lower
only reason i upgraded was because older versions suddenly didn't want to render videos anymore after using them for many years and someone on the forum suggested me to upgrade which fixed the problem but now i got this one.