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Steve PasSony Vegas 12 (64 bit) - Crash issue with full screen preview mode
by on Jan 2, 2013 at 8:10:45 pm

Anyone know why Vegas should be crashing when previewing videos in full screen mode? I seem to have no problems previewing videos when the screen is small, but the moment i click on full screen Sony Vegas crashes. On some occasions the video may play without problem in full screen mode, but more often that not it will crash.

Any ideas?


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John RofranoRe: Sony Vegas 12 (64 bit) - Crash issue with full screen preview mode
by on Jan 4, 2013 at 1:29:37 pm

Could be a graphics card driver issue. Try updating to the latest drivers from the card manufacturer and see if that helps.

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Steve PasRe: Sony Vegas 12 (64 bit) - Crash issue with full screen preview mode
by on Jan 4, 2013 at 3:54:38 pm

Hi mate, thanks for the reply

I've had problems with updating to the new AMD drivers before (my previous topic). Previously i installed the latest AMD driver and the colours in media generators started to behave oddly. So i reverted back to the old AMD driver and the problem was solved.

So i have my reservations regarding updating to the latest drivers for this moment in time (especially considering i have to through a process of using driver sweeper). This issue although an irritation, it's a livable irritation, although the media generators issue is not. Just to note, when i had the latest driver installed i could turn off 'gpu acceleration' and the problem would be solved. Although, needless to say that is not a long-term solution as everything is a little more jerky with it switched off.

Do you have any other ideas on what the issue could be?

Spec:

Windows 7
RAM 8 GB
AMD HD6670


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