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  • GPU / HVEC crashing?

    Posted by Mateusz Duzinkiewicz on March 16, 2024 at 8:06 am

    Hello.

    I have newest Vegas Pro and having a lot of crashing when trying to work on original MP4 files so I create proxy in Vegas and then it’s OK but when rendering final project from MP4 files in “good quality” crashing begins again. I try to overcome it by rendering to JPEG files so I can start rendering from last rendered frame rather than from the beginning. I have a lot better stability when turning off all GPU support including GPU colour support.

    Have you encountered similiar thing?

    I have i9-12900K /64GB of RAM and RTX 2080 / Windows 11

    My system is stable as rock in every other tasks like editing in Premiere / After Effects or gaming.

    Silas Figueroa
    replied 1 week ago
    3 Members · 3 Replies
  • 3 Replies
  • Hector Vera

    March 18, 2024 at 11:11 pm

    That is strange and shouldn’t be doing that. If it happens again, I advise that you check the cause of the error. Sometimes when that happens to me, it sometimes can be a specific file on your computer’s file directory that can be causing it to crash when rendering. Once I found the file causing it and its deleted, often than not, it will be fully working again. Hope it helps and you can find the cause of your issue soon as well!

  • Mateusz Duzinkiewicz

    March 19, 2024 at 7:09 am

    It has nothing to do with specific file, it’s the way Vegas “works” with MP4 compression, Magix has very bad programmers that killed Vegas, when Sony was responsible for it I never had such a problems.

  • Silas Figueroa

    April 1, 2024 at 6:13 pm

    Update your graphics card drivers. Sometimes outdated or incompatible drivers can cause rendering problems. It’s possible that certain rendering settings are causing conflicts with your MP4 files. Try changing the codec, resolution, or bitrate settings and see if this affects rendering stability.

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