Vegas Studio Platinum 16 Crashes on Rendering

shipmodeller wrote on 6/30/2019, 7:26 PM

I saw a lot of issues here, and a lot of answers.. mostly around Intel and the GPU. However, I specifically have issues around Transitions. If I slide the Video, but not the audio, to overlap the previous video, then apply a transition ( it doesn't seem to matter which transition ) .. Vegas 16 will always die on the render AT the transition area. If I then move the video out of the overlap.. it can render through that point. Took me three hours to discover this issue after getting VERY frustrated.

 

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EricLNZ wrote on 6/30/2019, 8:37 PM

Most unusual. Are you using any GPU processing? If so turn it off and see if CPU only rendering makes a difference.

shipmodeller wrote on 6/30/2019, 8:47 PM

I submitted 4 crash reports ( automatically generated by this software. ) So the logs should contain all that info for the developers. Since I know what caused the issues.. it is easy to avoid the issue till Vegas produces a fix or update and I get a copy of that. Or I might be wishing up a Pigs Flying dream that developers at Vegas will do anything. I was on a tight schedule, so "playing" wasn't an option. I assume GPU was the mode, because I had a good graphics card in that particular machine. So, for jocularity sake, tomorrow, when I get back into the shop, I'll give that a try ...assuming I know how to turn that feature off.. Still an issue though.. I bought the program to do a job fast, not handicap the program.

EricLNZ wrote on 6/30/2019, 10:38 PM

It might help other more experienced users identify your problem if you could post details of your graphic card(s) and their driver versions.

Unfortunately problems can be caused by what graphic card makers do with their drivers. Sometimes rolling back drivers can solve problems. VMS isn't alone with this problem.

j-v wrote on 7/1/2019, 2:59 AM

I would like to know what the content was of such a crash report, because when I do exactly the same it renders normal.

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shipmodeller wrote on 7/1/2019, 9:26 AM

It might help other more experienced users identify your problem if you could post details of your graphic card(s) and their driver versions.

Unfortunately problems can be caused by what graphic card makers do with their drivers. Sometimes rolling back drivers can solve problems. VMS isn't alone with this problem.

Fascinating! This morning I went into that machine, went to preferences... GPU Acceleration is OFF. So no GPU acceleration during time of problem.

 

I do not know where the crash reports are located... If I find them, I will post them

 

shipmodeller wrote on 7/1/2019, 9:32 AM

It might help other more experienced users identify your problem if you could post details of your graphic card(s) and their driver versions.

Unfortunately problems can be caused by what graphic card makers do with their drivers. Sometimes rolling back drivers can solve problems. VMS isn't alone with this problem.

 

shipmodeller wrote on 7/1/2019, 9:33 AM