been having some trouble recently with a new driver from Ge Force 347.09 Ge Force 630M I7 12 gig ram. I can't seem to egt through a render anymore without the system locking up (mind you the renders are around 12 hours)
I am breaking them into smaller pieces...but...
I am using New Blue 2 & Vegas pro 13 build 428
in the options/ preferences/ preview device window the only choice I have to choose for a graphics card is :Windows Graphics Card"
display is set to 1920 x 1080(60)
scale output to fit display is ticked
optimize gpu display performance is ticked --- should it be, or should I un-tick it
on Jan 13, 2015 at 11:42:47 am Last Edited By Sorin Nicu on Jan 13, 2015 at 11:50:06 am
That influences only the editing process, does not affect rendering.
What render option are you using? Some have GPU capabilities, but need to be manually activated, some use only the CPU.
What I suspect is the culprit though is... overheating. My opinion - laptops are not to be used for sustained video editing or video gaming. Sure, manufacturers will sell you one, but just a few have adequate cooling for long term.
That's why third-party cooling pads were made in the first place :)
You can monitor the temperature running something like Realtemp
PS: For your system you should use Sony AVC render, it can use the nVidia GPU or the Intel QuickSync encoders: