Originally Posted by itou31
I just give a try on the 683 version, and it crash also after Ã* few minutes. So I revert back to the 595.
I will change soon my render system and will go with the 3930k.
For the GPU, I don't know if I would go with a 580 gtx or the new 670 gtx.
Originally Posted by Don Landis
I tried to start some editing this afternoon and had trouble launching Vegas Pro. I got a EULA screen that I hadn't seen before. Accepted the terms and then it went to the boot screen and crashed immediately. It was now impossible to even launch Vegas Pro.
I uninstalled the 683 build and reinstalled 595. (Need to check box that asks whether I would rather install the current (595) build or seek an upgrade. Then it installed and booted up fine. I began to edit some of the timeline and it crashed after about 5 minutes with just playback of the timeline. Rebooted and tried again. And again the playback of the timeline crashed Vegas. This is not good!
OK, so the other change made recently was the new SSD drive for my C drive. I still had my HDD in the tower from before so I shut down and rebooted with the old C drive. Too bad because I had quickly gotten used to the fast bootup of the SSD.
I saw that I had already updated to Vegas build 683 so I launched my project and began editing. It crashed after about 10 minutes of editing. Tried it 3 times before giviong up and reverted back to build 595 on the hard disk drive. Rebooted and began another edit session. I edited for an hour and a half with no problems. Not one crash! But the down side is the timeline played back at only 18-22 fps just like before. This is similar to when I had antivirus active which was the same this time. I can add another 2-4 fps of speed just by shutting down antivirus program and pulling the internet cable.
My theory is this- It seems Vegas Pro Build 683 is much less stable than Buioild 595 on my system but it isn't the whole story. The SSD I installed with confirmed TRIM active still is not 100%. It's fast but seems to not be accurate and is likely a big reason for my
system's instability with Vegas.
Using the SSD's for data only increases the read frequency but the tech reports on SSD's are that they have problems with repeated write functions. Vegas, does a bunch of rewriting and updating files during editing. These are files on the C drive, not the video storage and media drive.
I'm a little annoyed that this didn't work, but it was nice to play the timeline at near perfect real time for a couple days before the drive began to cause all the problems. Still, Vegas Pro build 683 also has some problems but as long as I have 595 working on the original C drive, I'm good to go. I saw nothing in the release notes that was of any help to me but lots of gremlins, more than I have ever experienced with Sony Vegas on a new release.
I don't plan on doing anymore experimenting with SSD on the C drive for now. Maybe a C hard drive pair- raid0 to get more speed.
Hi same problem
I have had problems in all these releases and has sent krach reports wherever possible from the Vegas Pro 11
fault dump window to Sony.I Have upgraded from the original purchase edition.
2: vegaspro11.0.595_64bit NewBlue plugin problem you wrote about and upgraded to vegaspro11.0.683_64bit
3: Went back to vegaspro11.0.595_64bit for test. Have made reinstallation of Sonys rekomendation link several
times and have not instald NewBlue plugins.
One of the clips is 1 min at 58 sec, and when I go back and forward in this on the timeline the program froze
completely and Windows says no response of Vegas Pro 11 waited half an hour for the response but it ended
up rebooting the computer.Have uninstalld all unnecessary programs on the computer too.
Tested with 5 clips and rendered to Blue-Ray in vegaspro11.0.595_64bit and it worked but would it work
one hours 3D is a bit scared to try but
But as I wrote above, various problems in all relises when you render a 3D movie that is one hour long Approximately
the program krach vary 20% and 50% and 80% approximately of the rendering in Sony Vegas Pro 11 to Blue-Ray.
Platform: Windows 7
Version: 6.01.7601 (Service Pack 1)
System locale: Swedish
User locale: Swedish
Class: AMD Athlon(tm) II X4 645 Processor
Number of processors: 4
MMX available: Yes
SSE available: Yes
SSE2 available: Yes
SSE3 available: Yes
SSSE3 available: No
SSE4.1 available: No
SSE4.2 available: No
Physical memory: 8*183,8 MB
Paging memory available: 16*365,8 MB