Saturday, September 25, 2010

Sony vegas preview lag















So does anybody hate when you are editing in Sony Vegas and suddenly when you try to preview something it slows down to a point where it is unbearable and you can't really see what you have done so far.

There aren't many ways to get around this , I myself only know about 2.

  • Get better hardware (GPU , CPU and RAM)
  • Ram preview.
Unfortunately there isn't much that can be done about this problem , In case you are wondering how to ram preview in sony vegas it is really easy.

Simply highlight the part of the clip you want to view in REAL TIME and press SHIFT + B it will take a couple of seconds to go over it but once it does you click on play again and it will play that portion of the clip.

This wasn't much of a post but felt like sharing anyways

31 comments:

  1. I need to learn how to use first!@

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  2. lag is unbearable no matter where you see it

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  3. I wish I had known this like months ago lol

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  4. Good stuff. I get a lot of lag with this program.

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  5. Hey i was checking out your blog... you got Fanta5tic stuff.. get back at me when u get new updates ;)

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  6. yeah steve just turned me on to this, really cool

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  7. It should only do it when you're dealing with HD footage, or you have applied effects to footage. This is what happens when dealing with raw footage and there is no way around it without rendering the video.

    Hope this helped.

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  8. Id tell ya if i had the money for this... ive got nothing to my name lol

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  9. Better hardware makes everything sooo much easier, you're right.

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  10. your blog lags too for some reason lol

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  11. ... That's actually pretty helpful. Thank you sir, I use Vegas quite a bit and have been noticing quite a bit of lag as of late.

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  12. lolol sony i has alot of their software

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  13. Thanks for the info, i'll check it out!

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  14. Interesting piece of technology

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  15. I just tried this on my friends comp, and it wasnt working for us. Is this a command for macs or something?

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  16. I've just recently started using the program, no problems yet.

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  17. My friend works with this. Interesting.

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  18. Thanks for the info, i'll check it out!

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  19. very useful tip ill be sure to try it

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  20. great stuff. Thank you for the follow, and feel free to check back as I will keep things updated. I'll do the same :)

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  21. hey great blog, following

    check out my blogs

    I always return follow

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  22. thanks dude, this is some good info

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