"Reverse" Effect Results In Preview Lag

LongIslander wrote on 5/22/2020, 1:50 AM

I noticed even when using proxy files the preview window in Vegas halts to a stand still when a clip is reversed.

Is there any way to fix this? Perhaps the option to render a new proxy for the reversed sub-clip?

Thanks

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3POINT wrote on 5/22/2020, 4:07 AM

Reversing a clip needs a lot of power. For a preview without lag you need to make a selectively prerender first (Shift+M).

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alifftudm95 wrote on 5/22/2020, 4:17 AM

Reversing a clip needs a lot of power. For a preview without lag you need to make a selectively pretender first (Shift+M).

does this Pretender method is similar to dynamic ram preview? how does it work?

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vkmast wrote on 5/22/2020, 4:36 AM

Prerender, not "a great pretender".

3POINT wrote on 5/22/2020, 4:41 AM

Prerender, not "a great pretender".


I just changed, such strange things you get with autocorrection...

3POINT wrote on 5/22/2020, 4:45 AM

Selectively prerender renders the selected part of the timeline with a choosen render template. It remains there as long as nothing is changed to that part of the timeline. RAM preview is only for a one time preview of a small portion of the timeline.

alifftudm95 wrote on 5/22/2020, 5:17 AM

Selectively prerender renders the selected part of the timeline with a choosen render template. It remains there as long as nothing is changed to that part of the timeline. RAM preview is only for a one time preview of a small portion of the timeline.

Where does the prerender media stored? If dynamic ram preview its pretty obvious it save the virtual memory inside the ram.

I just discovered prerender today after reading ur comment. It is way better then ram preview.

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3POINT wrote on 5/22/2020, 5:55 AM

The location of the prerenders can be changed in the project settings. Removing prerenders from your PC has to be done manually.

alifftudm95 wrote on 5/22/2020, 9:33 AM

The location of the prerenders can be changed in the project settings. Removing prerenders from your PC has to be done manually.

How do you get into this dialog box? I manage to found the prerender file location and also know how to relocating the prerender folder, but is there any way I can delete the prerender media just from inside VP itself?

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3POINT wrote on 5/22/2020, 9:39 AM

alifftudm95 wrote on 5/22/2020, 9:40 AM

Awesome! Thank you so much!

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LongIslander wrote on 5/22/2020, 11:10 AM

Thank you 👍

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3POINT wrote on 5/23/2020, 4:13 AM

The selective prerender is of course also very useful for previewing and judging complex compositions/animations etc in full resolution and full framerate when your PC is not able to do this realtime. Prerendered timeline areas are marked and the according files are stored with your project. Just keep in mind that even the smallest change in the timeline area of a prerendered area, makes a prerender useless and must be overdone to view the changes again.

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