So while working with a clip in Sony Vegas Pro 11 I noticed that the colors in the video were very screwed up. They seem to flash and change randomly, and it makes the video very difficult to watch. This only happens in Sony Vegas. If I just play the file normally this isn't present. What can I do to fix it? Thanks!
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So I use Sony Vegas Pro 11 as my video editor for my youtube videos, but recently I have been getting an error regarding the Encode Mode when I try to render out a video. When I have it set to Automatic it won't render, and I get an error that says, "An error occurred when creating the media file _____. The reason for the error could not be determined." So now I can only render out a video when it is set to CPU only. I used to be able to use automatic, and I haven't changed anything on my computer component wise since using Sony Vegas. Any help?
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So, sometimes I am a bit confused about the difference between setting up the Sony Vegas template vs. the render settings.
I am assuming that the template is supposed to match my media. In other words, if I shot in HD, I should make sure my template matches those HD settings. If I shot in SD, I should make sure the template matches that such as NTSC DV 720x480.
I am also assuming that you just render to whatever media you want your final project on.
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