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Adrian De Luca
How do I turn off GPU acceleration in Sony Vegas 10?
on Apr 9, 2016 at 10:51:46 am

Don't ask why I'm using 10....I tried the instructions everyone has said, but... http://i.imgur.com/1N9MusF.png
I really need to turn this off, because I'm getting black flashes and screen glitches in my videos... They look like this http://i.imgur.com/HbeICWZ.png


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Wayne Waag
Re: How do I turn off GPU acceleration in Sony Vegas 10?
on Apr 9, 2016 at 2:39:42 pm

That's not your problem since Vegas Pro V10 does NOT support GPU for effects processing. AFAIK, V10 only supports GPU rendering using the Sony AVC format If this is what you are using for renders, simply open the render dialog box, select the custom button which will bring up the Customs Settings-Sony AVC window. In the very bottom under Encode mode, select using CPU only.

If this doesn't solve your problem, you will need to provide detailed information about the media you are using (screenshot from MediaInfo), Project Settings and Render Settings (screenshots). All in all, it seems highly unlikely that your problem has anything to do with GPU.

wwaag


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Steve Rhoden
Re: How do I turn off GPU acceleration in Sony Vegas 10?
on Apr 9, 2016 at 5:34:24 pm

The problem you are having is not GPU related, if im remembering correctly,
that issue was a known bug for some Vegas users, but was corrected in future
releases.... You using what was the latest version of Vegas 10, which was
Version 10.0e Build 738?

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Adrian De Luca
Re: How do I turn off GPU acceleration in Sony Vegas 10?
on Apr 10, 2016 at 7:02:58 am

I'm not sure what version I was using, but I just did a work-around.


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