VEGAS Pro 19 Update 1 (build 381) - General Discussion

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set wrote on 9/29/2021, 6:36 PM

After download successful, go to temporary folder location of VP19 (in my case in C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\VEGAS Pro\19.0) and look at the exe installer file - copy to other safe folder for backup purpose, before proceed with installation progress (I always set install after application closed).

Mark-Berlinger wrote on 9/29/2021, 10:48 PM

After I opened Vegas Pro 19 today an upgrade message box appeared. I downloaded and installed build 381. Before completion an error message box indicated that one of the plugins is corrupt. The update failed. What is left of Vegas Pro 19 does not run. On start Application Initialization message reports "error code: -1" then Vegas Pro message is "An error occurred starting VEGAS Pro. There is no license to use this software." What is the procedure from here?

Former user wrote on 9/30/2021, 12:58 AM

my first complaint is using the mouse wheel to zoom in on the clips moves everything the scroll bar moves out so I had to keep clicking on the scroll bar to move it to the beginning, don't think that happened in the older version.

@Steve-L Hi, I've just been editing & it feels like it used to, wherever the timeline play thing is, it centralises as you scroll/zoom with the mouse...?

Cmin7669 wrote on 9/30/2021, 1:34 AM

OK , so i tried the slow motion plugin on 381 update, to see how it went. I have:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz   3.60 GHz, 32 gb ram

Nvidia Geforce GTX1050 TI graphics card and I get this???

What??

am I missing something here??

 

RogerS wrote on 9/30/2021, 1:38 AM

OK , so i tried the slow motion plugin on 381 update, to see how it went. I have:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz   3.60 GHz, 32 gb ram

Nvidia Geforce GTX1050 TI graphics card and I get this???

What??

am I missing something here??

 

Try going to help/driver update and updating any drivers it finds. There might be an issue with the Intel® UHD Graphics 630 and not the NVIDIA?

Cmin7669 wrote on 9/30/2021, 3:50 AM

Are you meaning this driver? (thanks for your help by the way)

RogerS wrote on 9/30/2021, 3:58 AM

Yes, you are on the current driver it seems. Is the iGPU disabled in bios?

gary-rebholz wrote on 9/30/2021, 8:39 AM

@Cmin7669

am I missing something here??

I'm sorry you ran into this. We haven't resolved an issue that can appear in some cases. But in the next update we will at least fail gracefully and use your CPU so you can still use the Slow Motion tool. And I'm sorry for the wording of the warning message. That's my fault for not reviewing it before it was implemented. That's already been fixed for the next update.

frmax wrote on 9/30/2021, 11:35 AM

Next Update? I suppose there will be many updates, finally Vegas will become a rolling release? 😇

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Monitor LG 32UN880; Camera Sony FDR-AX53; Photo Canon EOS, Samsung S22 Ultra

gary-rebholz wrote on 9/30/2021, 11:40 AM

finally Vegas will become a rolling release?

That is the plan.

SimonT wrote on 9/30/2021, 12:53 PM

The UI issues and most of the random crashes are fixed for me but I now can't complete a render beyond 25% and it seems to be struggling on some text I've overlaid.

I'll check to see if there is a new GPU driver but it was only updated a few days ago and it hangs whether its CPU/GPU set as the renderer.

Yelandkeil wrote on 9/30/2021, 4:11 PM

Again, I really wish that the high DPI scaling (e.g. for 4k-monitor) can deal with some filters properly.

A comparison between VEGAS and ACID pro with the same audio plugin:

And -- though it's deprecated -- if you try to use the ProType Titler, you msut stick so closing to the screen and guess what is displayed there:

ASUS TUF Gaming B550plus Bios2806: 
*Thermaltake TOUGHPOWER GF1 850W 
*ADATA XPG GAMMIX S11PRO 512GB>sys + 2TB>data 
*G.SKILL F4-3200C16Q-64GFX 
*AMD Ryzen9 5950x + LiquidFreezer II-240 
*XFX Speedster-MERC319-RX6900XT + AdrenalinEdition 22.5.1 (WHQL) 
Samsung 2xLU28R55 10bit4k60Hz 300cd/m²HDR10 
ROCCAT Kave 5.1Headset/Mic ->Analog (AAFOptimusPack 6.0.9403.1)
LG DSP7 Surround 5.1Soundbar ->TOSLINK

ProtuneFlat_2.7k60pLinear: WB=5500K, ISO=400, Shutter=Auto, EV_Comp-1.0, Sharp=Low 

Windowspro 10.0.19045.2546
DirectX 12_2 Ultimate, Direct3D11Package installed 
OpenGL 4.6.14800 Compatibility Profile Context Version 22.5.1 30.0.15021.11005

Vegaspro20 + Handbrake/XMediaRecode + DVDArchi7 
Acidpro10 + SoundForgepro14.0.0.65 + SpectraLayerspro7 

K-LitecodecPack1662 (MPC Video Renderer for HDR10-Videoplayback) 

Mark-Berlinger wrote on 9/30/2021, 6:57 PM

After I opened Vegas Pro 19 today an upgrade message box appeared. I downloaded and installed build 381. Before completion an error message box indicated that one of the plugins is corrupt. The update failed. What is left of Vegas Pro 19 does not run. On start Application Initialization message reports "error code: -1" then Vegas Pro message is "An error occurred starting VEGAS Pro. There is no license to use this software." What is the procedure from here?

I uninstalled VP19 then re-installed using the original link given with the purchase. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the Build 381 update is incorporated into the download package making the installation a one-step process. No failures on install or start after completion. So far okay.

Howard-Vigorita wrote on 9/30/2021, 11:10 PM

@Cmin7669 OK , so i tried the slow motion plugin on 381 update, to see how it went. I have:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz   3.60 GHz, 32 gb ram

Nvidia Geforce GTX1050 TI graphics card and I get this???

What??

am I missing something here??

Tried out the slow motion on my xps15 laptop with same gpu, ram, and driver as you and no problem. However the igpu is enabled and decoding. Also tried it on a 9900k system with amd gpu plus igpu active and decoding and that's good too. Another possibility is maybe it has something to do with your media? I tried 4k hevc and hd mxf clips.

Cmin7669 wrote on 10/1/2021, 4:44 AM

Yeah well you got my hopes up there, but I tried different files and all it does is lock up Vegas completely.

Graham-Hilton wrote on 10/1/2021, 7:14 AM

Every time I close down Vegas after this update The program assumes it has crashed and sends a report. I could open the prog then just close it down and still the same result. Anyone got an idea or is it possible to reinstall the previous version for the time being?

VEGASDerek wrote on 10/1/2021, 7:25 AM

We are seeing a large number of reports of a crash on shutdown. We are investigating. It should not have any major effect on the application, so we suggest you still use build 381.

Mark-Linenbroker wrote on 10/1/2021, 10:37 AM

Gary - Build 381 fixed all my app stability issues. I've used it 6-8 hours without a crash. Prior to that, it was basically unusable even with GPU acceleration disabled. Quite happy with it now.

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Most often edit GoPro files 1920x1080. Videos may have up to 9 tracks.

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gary-rebholz wrote on 10/1/2021, 11:27 AM

I'm very glad to hear that! Credit @VEGASDerek and the team for getting the emergency update out so quickly.

walter-i. wrote on 10/1/2021, 2:03 PM

@Cmin7669 OK , so i tried the slow motion plugin on 381 update, to see how it went. I have:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz   3.60 GHz, 32 gb ram

Nvidia Geforce GTX1050 TI graphics card and I get this???

What??

am I missing something here??

Tried out the slow motion on my xps15 laptop with same gpu, ram, and driver as you and no problem. However the igpu is enabled and decoding. Also tried it on a 9900k system with amd gpu plus igpu active and decoding and that's good too. Another possibility is maybe it has something to do with your media? I tried 4k hevc and hd mxf clips.

It also works perfectly for me with 50p HD material from the Sony FDR-AX53.

james-ollick wrote on 10/1/2021, 6:49 PM

We are seeing a large number of reports of a crash on shutdown. We are investigating. It should not have any major effect on the application, so we suggest you still use build 381.

I had that issue with the last build, all is well with build 381. 🙂🙂🙂

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VP 19, BCC 2022 Continuum Complete, Titler Pro v7.

janndk wrote on 10/1/2021, 9:12 PM

Updated to build 381, and the first video project (just a short video from mobile) I tried to make, ended with Vegas crashing 🙁

GerY wrote on 10/2/2021, 12:23 AM

After the last update Build 381. No more crashes. Team Vegas and the beta testers. Thank you for your efforts with the quick update.

paul-marshall wrote on 10/2/2021, 5:04 AM

We are seeing a large number of reports of a crash on shutdown. We are investigating. It should not have any major effect on the application, so we suggest you still use build 381.

Had a crash on exit every time with 361 but not 381.