VEGAS Pro 17 Update 5: Audio files are having some issues!

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fr0sty wrote on 5/31/2020, 4:00 PM

Just download audacity, convert the audio from mp3 to wav, and be done with it.

Dustin-Schaefbauer wrote on 5/31/2020, 5:35 PM

@lenard-p @vkmast @NickHope

OMG, I just figured out how to get it opened up! So after having to mess around with the steps on my Vegas Pro 17's shortcut icon for awhile, it turned out that I was supposed to keep on holding down CTRL+Shift the whole time AFTER double clicking (NOT before that) and it finally fixed all of my audio files!

So I do think that maybe we had some miscommunication when giving out how the instructions worked as I had took your advises out of context since you guys might've thought that you were being more specific with the steps but not quite enough apparently. But either way, we all got it figured out together in the end and I seriously can't tell you how much I truly appreciated everything you've all done for me to get this one little issue resolved after having to deal with nonstop rendering crashes for like two months now before finally getting the solution about a new update for my software from that announcement thread a few days ago and I would've never knew that would be the case 'til someone decided to just randomly post about why everyone has been dealing with their own software crashing on them for God knows how long; WHAT AN ODREAL!!!

Anyways, I just want to say...thank you all for helping me out throughout my long, stressful journey and I can now finally have closure and to get my first YouTube movie review ready this summer!

And by the way @wjauch, I guess I don't have to take your other advice since the others here had already solved it for me but I still do appreciate that you were trying to help me out at least.

 

Dustin-Schaefbauer wrote on 5/31/2020, 5:55 PM

Just download audacity, convert the audio from mp3 to wav, and be done with it.

@fr0sty Ok, well I had to go along with the other users' advises first before I would do yours or @wjauch's as my last options because I could only do one recommendation at a time and just wanted to see if they worked out or not but so far we finally solved that issue already. So either way, there's no need to download an audacity and convert my audio files to wav. in this case but thanks for at least trying to help out for once.

fr0sty wrote on 5/31/2020, 7:59 PM

For once? I've offered you more help than anyone so far. Spent more time writing tech advice to you at all hours of the night than anyone else... i didn't have to do any of that. Learn to show some appreciation.

Dustin-Schaefbauer wrote on 5/31/2020, 11:31 PM

For once? I've offered you more help than anyone so far. Spent more time writing tech advice to you at all hours of the night than anyone else... i didn't have to do any of that. Learn to show some appreciation.

@fr0sty Oh! Hey I'm sorry for that misunderstanding there. I didn't mean to offend you there since I kinda word it out the wrong way. Of course you did had been helping me out for weeks now (despite you ignoring me for awhile at one point); which it's MUCH longer than anyone has ever spend that long to help me out with like a few issues by this point. In fact, you even finally solved my ongoing rendering crash issue after never getting any answers from my previous tech support agents for over a month and that's absolutely something that I really appreciate and I couldn't thank you enough for that; so don't get me wrong here.

Anyways, despite solving my audio issue, I have been rendering the first half of my movie review and that got completed but unfortunately when I was rendering my second half of it, it ended up getting interrupted by these error messages as well as being told that I need to free up more space according to my Storage Sense (which I had already configured it like over an hour ago but it kept on failing on me again during my second rendering) and so I'm not sure what to do here and what files I should clear out?

NickHope wrote on 6/1/2020, 1:36 AM

You might be able to free up some space with Ccleaner Free.

Or spend $50 and get yourself an extra terrabyte of local storage.

Dustin-Schaefbauer wrote on 6/1/2020, 4:52 AM

@NickHope So I just tried out your first option with the Ccleaner Free app and it ended up freeing up more space on my laptop; thanks for that option. Anyways, I better get some sleep before I continue to render parts of my movie review tomorrow for YouTube; wish me luck.