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Sony Vegas is soo bloated.

I can just put a regular Fraps file in Windows Movie maker, render it, get better quality, with only 40% RAM usage.

With Sony Vegas, as you may know OP, it just stops due to memory limitations. 97%. And it gives less quality then Windows Movie maker.

This really didn't help but ya. Just my input.
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Perhaps you're using the wrong codec
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Originally Posted by Zackcy View Post
Sony Vegas is soo bloated.

I can just put a regular Fraps file in Windows Movie maker, render it, get better quality, with only 40% RAM usage.

With Sony Vegas, as you may know OP, it just stops due to memory limitations. 97%. And it gives less quality then Windows Movie maker.

This really didn't help but ya. Just my input.
That's not really Vegas' fault, you're just using low quality settings.
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adobe premiere pro is better at preview,very little chopy stuff lot faster. but render time is same.
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I prefer Premier pro ,it support others adobe product and the work flow is pretty fast if you know how to handle it.
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post #16 of 16
You need scratch disks. Two disks on a raid-0 config connected to a pci-e raid controller will be the ultimate as traffic gets really thick between the hdd--->ram---->cpu back to the hdd so its better to hdd--->ram---->cpu------>scratch disks
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