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I'm not entirely sure if it's correct to post in here but it mainly has to do with the opencl technology on a 5870 video card.

Turns out, when using Vegas Pro 11 and 'forcing' gpu rendering (made sure the gpu is used), rendering times are halved, or reduced to a third, but the final result of the video is screwed. The output file is a 'green screen' with flickering images (which are images from the original .avi).

I currently use Mainconcept AVC (.mp4). I tried Sony AVC, but it would not recognize the OpenCL in my video card.

Could it be the drivers? I had 11.9, and it worked 'fine'. Then I installed the 11.10 preview 3, and it got bugged. I uninstalled those, and went back to 11.9, since I don't play/care about battlefield 3. But... the output did not fix itself with the new drivers.

Should I provide more details or anything? I found nothing in google, and I'm using Sony Vegas Pro 11a (x64 Build 425), which is supposed to remove these sort of errors.
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Originally Posted by Gattsu;15602491 
I'm not entirely sure if it's correct to post in here but it mainly has to do with the opencl technology on a 5870 video card.

Turns out, when using Vegas Pro 11 and 'forcing' gpu rendering (made sure the gpu is used), rendering times are halved, or reduced to a third, but the final result of the video is screwed. The output file is a 'green screen' with flickering images (which are images from the original .avi).

I currently use Mainconcept AVC (.mp4). I tried Sony AVC, but it would not recognize the OpenCL in my video card.

Could it be the drivers? I had 11.9, and it worked 'fine'. Then I installed the 11.10 preview 3, and it got bugged. I uninstalled those, and went back to 11.9, since I don't play/care about battlefield 3. But... the output did not fix itself with the new drivers.

Should I provide more details or anything? I found nothing in google, and I'm using Sony Vegas Pro 11a (x64 Build 425), which is supposed to remove these sort of errors.

Try the latest WHQL 11.10 http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/pages/radeon_win7-64.aspx

Vegas Pro is using hardware acceleration so the preview driver could be problematic and not supported by Microsoft.

You could clean the traces of preview driver using this before installing 11.10.

ATIMAN Uninstaller v.6.1.3 Link (Run with administrator privilege. Some antivirus software will give a false positive. Let it restarts to complete the uninstallation - Disable UAC to install this cleaner).

Also, don't install too many codecs that might conflicting each other.
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Try the latest WHQL 11.10 http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/pages/radeon_win7-64.aspx

Vegas Pro is using hardware acceleration so the preview driver could be problematic and not supported by Microsoft.

You could clean the traces of preview driver using this before installing 11.10.

ATIMAN Uninstaller v.6.1.3 Link (Run with administrator privilege. Some antivirus software will give a false positive. Let it restarts to complete the uninstallation - Disable UAC to install this cleaner).

Also, don't install too many codecs that might conflicting each other.

I installed atiman, uninstalled the klite codec pack (both x32 and x64) and vegas. Rebooted twice. Installed 11.10WHQL, rebooted again. Installed Sony vegas, tried rendering, gives the following:

greenscreen.jpg

Then I installed the klite codec packs again, and they found a few of the DirectShow filters as broken (I believe they always did). After installing those, I tried to render again, but the problem persisted.

No other setting in vegas makes a difference, only GPU rendering.
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Why don't just use FFDShow and uninstall K-Lite?
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Why don't just use FFDShow and uninstall K-Lite?

I don't know? It's not like it really makes a difference for this issue.
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I have a Radeon HD 6870 video card and have same problem. I have tried everything but problem persisted. Did you find a solution?

Catalyst 11.10
Sony Vegas Pro 11 (build 425)
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I installed atiman, uninstalled the klite codec pack (both x32 and x64) and vegas. Rebooted twice. Installed 11.10WHQL, rebooted again. Installed Sony vegas, tried rendering, gives the following:

greenscreen.jpg

Then I installed the klite codec packs again, and they found a few of the DirectShow filters as broken (I believe they always did). After installing those, I tried to render again, but the problem persisted.

No other setting in vegas makes a difference, only GPU rendering.

Having k-lite codec pack and rendering software on the pc isnt a good idea

11 is full of bugs and needs a update give it time. Reason why you guys cant do mp4 is probably the render uses CUDA. The sections of the software that use OpenCL will work with just about any GPU (assuming you have the right OpenCL driver installed). But the sections that use CUDA will only work with the supported NVIDIA cards.
Edited by LuiKangBakinPie - 11/13/11 at 11:04pm
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Every single time I render with Sony AVC (Fraps footage .avi) the video turns into this green flickering garbage... so annoying.
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Artifacts? That happens when you run out of vram normally
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Artifacts? That happens when you run out of vram normally

No.. it's after I render the video. It's kinda green and keeps going back to the original picture every 1 sec or so. 1 sec green 1 screen original picture.. so terrible. Only happens with Sony AVC
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