FrigidNDEditing wrote on 12/22/2010, 9:10 AM
heh, I check on there every so often, let me get Vegas 7 a bit before launch one year (at least I think it was 7).

Thanks for the heads up :).

rs170a wrote on 12/22/2010, 9:16 AM
Thanks chiltern.
It hasn't even made it to the official download page yet so this is very welcome news!!

xberk wrote on 12/22/2010, 9:49 AM
Thanks Chiltern -- I downloaded and installed with no prob.
Checked the Non-real time event Audio FX bug and it is fixed. Works as expected now.
Thanks SCS for the update!

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A. Grandt wrote on 12/22/2010, 9:58 AM
The regular updates page for 10b now up as well.

Please note that there are a new manual pdf for 10b as well.

The list of fixes is pretty long. From the release notes:
Notable fixes/changes in Version 10.0b

* Added the ability to configure encoded format, interlace mode, and quality of CineForm™ encoding.
* Added 24p Blu-ray Disc rendering templates.
* Decreased startup time when many OFX plug-ins are installed.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when opening a project using a missing OFX generator.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when using Save Media with Project with media that had stabilization applied.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when replacing media with stabilization applied.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when starting playback after reordering audio track effects multiple times.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when loading a project using media generators if the Video Media Generators window was open.
* Fixed some issues in AC-3 Pro rendering format (muted LFE channel when using the “2/0 (L, R) + LFE" template, enabled LFE option for "1/0 (C)" and "2/0 (L,R)" templates, don’t show "2/0 (L, R) + LFE" template for stereo projects).
* Fixed an issue smart rendering to MPEG-2 standard definition.
* Fixed an issue that could cause video track effects to be processed as pre-composite after dragging the plug-in to the post-composite position in the Video Track FX window.
* Fixed an issue adding 5.1 surround plug-ins to the master bus in a 5.1 surround project.
* Fixed an issue that could prevent FX Bus input meters from functioning.
* Fixed an issue that could prevent FX from being heard in the Apply Non-Real-Time Event FX dialog.
* Fixed time, tempo, and meter information passed to VST plug-ins.
* Fixed a hang that could occur when using 32-bit VST plug-ins in the 64-bit version of Vegas Pro.
* Fixed audio glitches that could occur when scrubbing in a 5.1 surround project.
* Fixed an issue with OFX presets for fractional values when saved or loaded with certain language settings active.
* Fixed an issue loading large presets for OFX plug-ins.
* Fixed an issue with OFX plug-ins that vary output even with fixed parameters.
* Fixed an issue that could cause OFX temporal frame access to be incorrect when rendering to a file.
* Fixed an issue loading and saving OFX presets that contain large amounts of data.
* Fixed an issue that could cause keyframes for OFX plug-ins to move to the start of the FX timeline.
* Fixed an issue that could cause an Undo operation in the video FX timeline to move all keyframes to the start of the FX timeline.
* Fixed incorrect results with certain OFX transition effect plug-ins when used on still images.
* Fixed OFX keyframe interpolation for certain cases.
* Fixed an issue that could cause the Stereoscopic 3D Adjust plug-in to create interlace patterns in the image.
* Fixed an issue that could prevent the Auto Correct function in Stereoscopic 3D Adjust from working properly with source images requiring flips.
* Fixed an issue that could cause removal of stabilization to could change the range of time represented by a subclip.
* Fixed a crash that could occur when a string consisting entirely of unsupported characters was entered for a closed caption.
* Fixed an issue reading HDV clips captured with certain third-party tools.
* Fixed a hang that could occur when compositing or crossfading between large still image sequences.
* Fixed alpha channel for PNG images rendered as an image sequence.
* Fixed a problem rendering projects using 32-bit floating point video as image sequences.
* Expanded scripting properties and methods for stereoscopic 3D and OFX plug-ins. Scripting changes have been posted to the Vegas scripting forum.
amendegw wrote on 12/22/2010, 10:08 AM
I submitted 3 bugs. See that one is listed as fixed - "Fixed a crash that could occur when using Save Media with Project with media that had stabilization applied" The other two are not listed. I guess I'll have to test the download.


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A. Grandt wrote on 12/22/2010, 10:21 AM
I also have two outstanding reports, both confirmed and acknowledged but not in the list. Though the second one was only reported 2 weeks ago, so I didn't expect that to be fixed already.

The other one is from a report here on the forum, that I managed to distil down enough to be usable as an error report. The one with copy pasting keyframes in the Pan & Crop tool causing a crash. But I have just retested it and it does seem to have been fixed.

The first was an error where adjusting the envelope nodes with Ctrl for added precision sometimes lead to anything but precision.
fordie wrote on 12/22/2010, 10:27 AM
great to see my support ticket is fixed by number 1 in the list, cineform encoding.
thanks, Sony
R0cky wrote on 12/22/2010, 12:58 PM
Still is crashing using cineform encoded media though it seems like not nearly as often.

Preview "auto" has bad data on the right side of the preview window though that might be a cineform bug - it has been in the past. This one seems to come and go.
John_Cline wrote on 12/22/2010, 2:34 PM
I had been having consistent crashes with Cineform HD encoding in Vegas 10.0a, I can confirm that this is now fixed in Vegas 10.0b. Good job, Sony!

EDIT: I was experimenting with the various encoding options in the Cineform codec from within Vegas, when choosing "RGB 4:4:4" as the encoding format, it will render but places a "license error: 444" banner over the rendered video. Rendering to YUV 4:2:2 works fine.
David Newman wrote on 12/22/2010, 8:36 PM
Sorry John the, 4:4:4 encoding is for Neo4K on up. We didn't have time to have the Sony GUI should different parameters per user license.

John_Cline wrote on 12/22/2010, 9:03 PM
Thanks David, I'm running HeoHD and was surprised to even see the option of RBG 4:4:4. YUV 4:2:2 works and works great. Thanks for working with Sony to make this happen.