So I upgraded to Sony Vegas 13 to try and fix this problem and exactly the same happens.
When I force the program to instead render using CPU it takes about 110 minutes to render the same video. If not do you have GPU processing working with a GTX 970? i have the same question rambling on my mind for the past 8 months..
I'm used to the older versions of vegas and magix movie edit pro and they never dealt with mp4 or mkv well.
I know I am not alone on this one, I can’t tell you how many people have emailed me with this question of why Sony Vega’s preview window goes black or the preview clips turn green. 🙂 I did fill out a support ticket at Sony right after I made this video [Sony Question Ref.
#’100901-000080′.] I will let you guys know what their response is.
System stats: i3570k @ 4.0 ghz with H100 cooler 16 gb 1600 mhz GTX 970 Previously I was using a GTX 560 ti (448 core) and was able to render a *1080 video in about 45 minutes using GPU acceleration in Sony Vegas 11.
I upgraded to a GTX 970 and the program fails when trying to render using the GPU in Sony Vegas 11.
I checked up vegas supported files, and it supposedly does support both opening a mp4 and saving edited rendering out in mp4.
I'm used to the older versions of vegas and magix movie edit pro and they never dealt with mp4 or mkv well. i just convertet the mp4 file to an avi file and then it whoulden't let me open it and then i just downloaded some windows codec and now it works!
I have been pulling my hair out on projects that have over 30 MOV clips in them.
Please watch this video below and fix this, or tell me what I am doing wrong.
Yes, I should transcode the Canon T2i 500D MOV clips them using Streamclip but I am too darn lazy and don’t have the time to do this on every project (it is very time consuming).