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Windows 7: BSOD when rendering in Sony Vegas Pro 9

22 Jul 2009   #11
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

maybe this will help?

i know it's advice for vista users wanting to install wmp12, but it may work in win7


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22 Jul 2009   #12
levelchaser

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I tried it says i have it already installed....and i can't uninstall it either to re -install it
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22 Jul 2009   #13
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

sorry, i'm all out of ideas, apart from reinstalling the os...
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22 Jul 2009   #14
levelchaser

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte View Post
sorry, i'm all out of ideas, apart from reinstalling the os...
I did a system restore and now it's fine. and sony vegas recognizes mp3's yay!

now all i need to do is find settings that aren't too strong for rendering...before i was trying all of the highest settings
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22 Oct 2009   #15
originaLnutta

W7
 
 

I'm still having this issue with inability to drag and drop avi files to Vegas 9 pro, 8, 7..
I'm running W7 7600.
Is system restore really the only way to fix it?
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22 Oct 2009   #16
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

hi originaLnutta (are you a jungle artist? if so i enjoyed your gigs in the mid nineties),

welcome to sevenforums, i'm sure you'll enjoy your stay.

the above posts about system restore fixed issues with the poster's windows media player, not sony vegas. they had different problems to you.

all system restore does is to revert your system back to a previous state - so, for example, if you knew that vegas was working fine a month ago, but since then various software installs and updates managed to break it, you can restore your system to how it was last month, so vegas (and the rest of your system) will work like it used to.

i suspect your problem with handling avi files has something to do with codecs - have you installed any?
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23 Oct 2009   #17
originaLnutta

W7
 
 

hey, mickey
i'm not a jungle artist and I doubt there's any by that name, cause it's actually a track produced by UK Apache and Shy FX called "original nuttah". but yeah, I did enjoy that track a LOT.

as for the codecs, I have the latest K-lite codec pack installed. I browsed a whole lot of forums yesterday and it was an amazing revelation to me when I read something like "hey, man, vegas never supported AVI, only WMV, MP4, MOV, MPEG.."
it pretty much shocking, cause I've been using Vegas for like 3 years so far and I always worked with avi files..

I then did a bit of experiment. I took a raw avi file (raw = 224'000 kbps, recorded with Fraps) and tried to drop it on vegas, which I failed. then I recoded it to another avi file but a more compressed one: @ 16'000 kbit. suddenly vegas accepted it, but looking at the preview window while playing one single video track with no effects or filters whatsoever, I realized the playback at lo-res was SO slow and spiky.. my pc specs are out of the question, since it's a monster.

i don't really hope someone will help me out, i just wanna now if the problem is my new OS.

tnx
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23 Oct 2009   #18
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

i don't know if this helps, and you probably already know, but avi is not a codec - it's merely a file format or container - avi's can be encoded using a myriad of codecs, the most popular being divx or xvid (recently the superior x264 has appeared, and is slowly taking over).

so some avis may import successfully into vegas, but other avis using different codecs may give you trouble.

fraps uses its own high quality codec for capturing game footage (usually), and as this codec is installed with the fraps software, then vegas should not have any problem with fraps avis!

i've only recently reinstalled windows in the last couple of days, and i haven't got round to installing vegas yet - but it was working fine with previous builds of win 7.

as far as codecs go, personally i only install ffdshow, this does everything that i want - however, a lot of people on this forum swear by shark007's codecs - the creator of which is occasionally on this forum.
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23 Oct 2009   #19
originaLnutta

W7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte View Post
fraps uses its own high quality codec for capturing game footage (usually), and as this codec is installed with the fraps software, then vegas should not have any problem with fraps avis!
good one, mickey. and now let's say, I haven't installed fraps on my new OS yet... is it the problem then?
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23 Oct 2009   #20
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

quite possibly install fraps, and try again
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