Rendering problem

Leon_Buffard wrote on 5/28/2019, 3:35 PM

Hello community!

I have a problem with rendering of a video in Vegas Pro 15. When I start rendering my video in "Internet HD 1080p 59.94 fps (NVidia NVENCE)," at 87% it stops. What sould I do to solve it?

Thanks for any advice.

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fifonik wrote on 5/28/2019, 3:47 PM

I think you should start with reading related FAQ

If this does not help you will need to provide more information about your system (both HW & SW), Vegas & source media.

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j-v wrote on 5/28/2019, 4:00 PM

Try these first
1. Look at that place (87%) on your timeline if you see something there maybe not normal.
2. Possible you have too less space at your temporary files folder choosen in Options/preferences/general.
3. Maybe to less space on your renderlocation.
4. Which driverversion for the NVidia video card is used and which videocard is it?
Good enough following the Specifications for VPro 15 with that card?

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Leon_Buffard wrote on 5/28/2019, 4:22 PM

Try these first
1. Look at that place (87%) on your timeline if you see something there maybe not normal.
2. Possible you have too less space at your temporary files folder choosen in Options/preferences/general.
3. Maybe to less space on your renderlocation.
4. Which driverversion for the NVidia video card is used and which videocard is it?
Good enough following the Specifications for VPro 15 with that card?

I'll try, thanks