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Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD was created by RobWS

I have the new Platinum Suite installed and my first project completed. 4 attempts to render the video were unsuccessful. Twice the render froze after maybe 12% completion. And, twice the render stopped, producing the option window to send Magix the details of what was occurring at the crash. The render was for the purpose of creating a DVD which I have done many times before with older MS versions. Without giving more details, are there general possibilities of what causes this? If you need more info, I can give it, but I thought it might be better to keep this short to start. Thanks for any insight.
15 Mar 2019 11:27 #1

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Replied by Eagle Six on topic Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD

Hi Rob , can you post the details? Source media specs (using the free app Mediainfo in text mode), screenshot of Project Properties, and screenshot of the render format template or method you are following to render the project? Have you added any FX's, maybe title/text, etc. that may make this project different from your past project that rendered successfully?
Best Regards......George
15 Mar 2019 11:48 #2

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD

The render was for the purpose of creating a DVD which I have done many times before with older MS versions.

Step 1 - turn off GPU Acceleration.
Go to Options/Preferences/Video - GPU Acceleration = OFF

In every version of Vegas I own, rendering to MPEG-2 format with GPU Acceleration turned on, often produces render freezes for some unknown reason.
This specific problem only seems to affect MPEG-2 rendering.
Whenever I am rendering a project for DVD, I always remember to turn off the GPU before rendering.

It is also a good idea to reboot your computer before starting a render - this makes sure your RAM is as empty as possible.

If turning off your GPU does not fix the problem, what is located at the 12% mark on your timeline ?
Is there a specific Video Effect or or event like NewBlue Titler at this point ?

Regards
Derek
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems.
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15 Mar 2019 12:44 #3

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Replied by RobWS on topic Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD

Derek,
GPU Acceleration off = 100% successful. It's funny, because I read that tip not too long ago on another thread on this forum. I guess we learn best by our mistakes.

George "Eagle Six",
That Mediainfo application looks like it's worth having. I had never heard of it before, but now I'm going to download it.

Thanks to the both of you for your help!!! Much appreciated.

Rob
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16 Mar 2019 09:28 #4

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Replied by Eagle Six on topic Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD

RobWS wrote: George "Eagle Six",
That Mediainfo application looks like it's worth having. I had never heard of it before, but now I'm going to download it.


Hi Rob, here is a direct link to download. Other places may offer bloatware.

https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo
Best Regards......George
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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Unsuccessful Video Render Attempts for DVD

I just wrote detailed instructions for how to set up MediaInfo in this reply:
www.moviestudiozen.com/forum/vegas-pro/2234-audio-going-out-of-sync-in-vegas-pro-14#11356
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