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  • Ps4 Captured Footage sometimes has “trouble spots” when editing in Vegas Pro 16

     Eddie Brooks updated 1 year, 7 months ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Eddie Brooks

    July 18, 2019 at 10:19 pm

    Hello, lurker making his first post on an ongoing issue I can’t quite fix.

    Most footage I pull up on Vegas Pro works fine. WAV files tend to corrupt over time, however, so I convert them to ogg, clean a bit in Audacity and all is well.
    There is an issue I face that I can’t get around quite as easily, it’s the footage I pull from my PS4 (Pro) straight from its capture gallary.
    Most times, I can drop a 15-30min clip onto the timeline and edit away at it like a snail on a cucumber. But Avery so often, when scribing and playing the footage through, there is a “spot” in the clip (always seems to be the same spot in the clip, no matter if I move, manipulate, edit it) where it freezes and most times crashed my Vegas program.

    What happens is this:
    I press play. Preview screen an audio are in accordance. Timeline needle hits the “spot” or gets just to close, and the preview screen freezes. Audio is still playing for a while, until the whole program realizes it’s bugging out.
    9 times out of 10, Vegas CTD.
    Other times, I can wait it out and it’ll fix itself… Only for me to forget what just happened, press play, and the freeze happens again but with a CTD this time.

    Its killing my work flow when I have some fresh ideas I wanna run with, and now it’s happened with the very first clip I put on the timeline of a new project. I wanna nip this in the bud if I can, any suggestions?

    My specs:
    CPU: AMD FX 770k quad 3500mhz
    GPU: AMD Radeon R9 360
    Motherboard : W8S F A78 RTL8111GN ALC892 MB 90006014 (That’s all I could gather)
    RAM: 8 GB DDR3
    PSU: 280W (FSP FSP280-40PA ATX SINGLE) 280W PSU
    HDD: 1 TB 7200 rpm
    SSD: 128gb

    Hope this helps.

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