I'm not talking about preview lag, I know how to fix that and it doesn't make a lick of difference if I put it on Best full or Draft quarter. The whole sony vegas is laggy, it takes a few seconds for clicks to register, to play things, edit thing, cut things Etc. I seem to only have this problem editing a video I've already rendered before in Sony Vegas. A 15 second test clip I rendered (Because the preview just freezes) is taking about 5 minutes to render on 360P. Any help? I can't search for anything because "Sony Vegas lag" translates on search engines to "Sony vegas preview lag", and that's not my problem
I'm using Sony Vegas Pro 10.
Re: Extreme lag by Cole Neumann on Feb 25, 2012 at 1:32:43 am
Nope, it's just Vegas when I re use these files, it plays all other video files I've got from other places fine. I used a video reformatter and put it in 360P from 720P and put it at 25 FPS and I get the exact same result.
I don't have a crap computer either I just got it, 4cores 3.1ghz, 6gb ram, hd radeon 4200, hell I can play a lot of recent games on high settings. It's something wrong with Vegas, and it's angering me because I payed 500 dollars for it.
Re: Extreme lag by Cole Neumann on Feb 25, 2012 at 1:56:23 am
I narrowed it down, when I play clips really fast, like .5 seconds each and replay them it slows down a ton, but the original .5 clip can play by itself easily, it's when it's in succession. When I render it it looks totally fine. I'm still pretty angry but at least I've narrowed it down a bit, just don't know what to do
Re: Extreme lag by Matt Solomon on Jun 6, 2012 at 2:43:53 pm
I was having the exact same problem and discovered that Vegas was trying to build audio proxies for clips that didn't have audio in first place. My problem: I don't know how to stop Vegas from doing this. Can anyone help?