VegaSaur Transcoder Output File Lacks Edits

crown2020 wrote on 7/11/2020, 2:22 AM

Hello Everyone. I'm using VegaSaur to transcode about 12 clips. The output file is not picking up my event pan/crop or my event fx (Brightness and contrast) changes I made within Vegas Pro 17. Actually, it's like Transcoder is ignoring ALL my edits I did on every clip in the output. Anything I could try?


Marco. wrote on 7/11/2020, 2:33 AM

Hard to say without knowing how exactly you configured your Transcoder job.

altarvic wrote on 7/11/2020, 5:07 AM

I agree. Right click, export your jobs to a file and send it to support at

crown2020 wrote on 7/11/2020, 9:33 AM

@Marco., I have sent a support request to support at as requested by altarvic. Since you posted, signaling a will to help, here is a dropbox link to the vegasaur transcoder job files I exported, (all 12 of them or 187kb)

Thanks in advance for trying to help.

altarvic wrote on 7/11/2020, 11:03 AM

You have added the original media files to the Transcoder rendering queue. All edits you have made are not part of them; they are part of your VEGAS project. Create regions on each clip in the timeline and add regions to the queue. So, Transcoder will open your project and render regions (thus all your edits, effects etc. will be rendered)

crown2020 wrote on 7/11/2020, 2:01 PM

@altarvic, Ok. I used Vagasaur to add the regions. When I try to add the regions to the transcoder cue, I seem to have no regions to choose from. See Screen shots here:

What am I doing wrong?

Jeditpro wrote on 7/11/2020, 3:29 PM

These are not regions. They're just markers. Regions are green in color. That is your mistake.

michael-harrison wrote on 7/11/2020, 3:39 PM

@crown2020 keys: M = marker, R = region

System 1:

Windows 10
i9-10850K 10 Core
128.0G RAM
Nvidia GTX 1660 Studio [most likely latest]
Resolution        1920 x 1080 x 60 hertz
Video Memory 6G GDDR5


System 2:

Lenovo Yoga 720
Core i7-7700 2.8Ghz quad core, 8 logical
16G ram
Intel HD 630 gpu 1G vram
Nvidia GTX 1050 gpu 2G vram


Jeditpro wrote on 7/11/2020, 3:52 PM

These are not regions. They're just markers. Regions are green in color. That is your mistake.

To create regions you need to select an area in the project and use the Insert Regions tool or press the R key.

If your project has a lot of markers, you can use Vegasaur Markers to convert these Markers into Regions and save precious time. Then, just open the Vegasaur transcoder and select which regions you want to render.

crown2020 wrote on 7/11/2020, 10:47 PM

@Jeditpro, The video was very helpful. Thank you. I have a question. Why does Vegasaur create "extra" region markers that I must delete, as you did, at about 2:06 of your video. Vegasaur adds these "extra" markers, regions, etc. It's not specific to just Regions.

Second question: How can I add a favorite preset to this list, with the star, as pictured here? :