Sony Vegas Undo Buffer Error
NY & L.A. Amy Smith Posts: 512Joined: Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:04 pm » Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:14 am Can't help much... Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Search Gallery Advanced Search Go to Page... still checking . .. . .still checking .. . .. . http://nzbsites.com/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-undo-error.html
CA EVS (800) 238-8480 Glendale, CA Precision Camera (800) 677-1023 Austin, TX DV Info Net also encourages you to support local businesses and buy from an authorized dealer in your neighborhood. Make sure you have write access to the file\folder and that there is enough free spase. 2. It may be seriously worth considering updating to Vegas Pro 9 if you're going to use the 64-bit version. __________________ Edward Troxel [SCVU] JETDV Scripts/Excalibur/Newsletters DV Info Net refers all Every time I go to use undo I get this message :- "An error occurred while processing the undo buffer.
The link you followed has been transferred to MAGIX. I would NOT point Auto Save to the C: root as one of it's saving places. Sony Creative Software SoftwareContentSupportDownloadPurchaseMy AccountAbout Sony Creative Software Search Register|Login|United States (change) Redirection Notice As of May 20, 2016 Sony Creative Software has sold the majority of its products to As always, your advice is much appreciated.
Chris October 31st, 2009, 06:20 AM #3 Ron Cooper Major Player Join Date: Sep 2005 Location: Sydney, Australia Posts: 478 Thanks Chris, well I had probably used undo Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Search Gallery Advanced Search Go to Page... You should save your work immediately using a new project filename and restart Vegas. Return to posts index<< PREVIOUS • VIEW ALL • PRINT • NEXT >>© 2016 CreativeCOW.net All Rights Reserved[TOP] Board index | Design Studio School |
pHuNzOnE Subject: RE: An error occurred processing the undo buf Reply by: Ben Date: 11/18/2008 3:05:13 AM Oh, well there's one classic feature they've managed to import from Vegas then! but I guess you haven't been able to do what is suggests?That svcks.... To be honest, Vegas Pro 8.1 had some serious issues for me that Vegas Pro 9-64 cleaned up. I keep getting an error that says, "A problem occurred while processing the undo buffer.
Sony Creative Software inspires artistic expression with its award-winning line of products for digital video, music, DVD, and audio production.Sound Forge, ACID, and Vegas software have defined digital content creation for Change font size FAQ Login 5 posts • Page 1 of 1 Undo Buffer Error!?!?!? » Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:52 am OMG!Just got a :"An Error occurred while processing the October 31st, 2009, 05:11 AM #2 Chris Harding Inner Circle Join Date: Jul 2009 Location: Perth, Western Australia Posts: 7,641 Hi Ron I think you have a bad version Save your work and restart Vegas." And then I have to shut down V4 and restart.
- When I start Vegas and load the veg file it may take as long as 10 minutes before all the still shots are fully loaded.
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- Go look in the temp folder and you'll probably find some "undo" and "redo" files.
- I was turning a piano part into a string section, so I had copied the same section to several orchestral tracks and then was using the selection tool to take out
- I tried to do this after I had dragged a part to a different track.
Edward, question: Was I right to put the Auto Save folder in the C:\ ? This PC-based editing app is a safe bet with these tips. SCS will remain a part of Sony Electronics and will continue to own and distribute its Catalyst Browse and Catalyst Production Suite products. maybe faster than vegas can keep up...
For some reason my computer is really choking on this project. weblink Then I'm a little mystified as to why Vegas advises me to save under a different name. Thanks Edward! See my posts on the SONY site.
Do not show me this message again. Just checked the location of the temp files and they are indeed on C:. I've now changed that to the same drive as my project files (or would I be better off using the drive that contains my rendered output? navigate here RonC.
I like your thinking, but I was under the misconception that I would benefit putting AS in the C:\ root? NY & L.A. The still shots are all jpg (about 100mb worth).
to those copies.
Vadim T Мыслитель (6176) 5 лет назад and that there is enough free spase ... Файл сколько гигов весит? Ресурсов памяти может не хватить. И места на диске. I did use a one single JPG, thought that would be a culprit. The time now is 05:51 AM. Copyright © 2003-2016 MAGIX.
Ian . . . __________________ www.vit-media.com www.classicmachinefilms.co.uk June 6th, 2008, 12:45 PM #6 Edward Troxel Sponsor: JET DV Join Date: Dec 2001 Location: Southern Illinois Posts: 7,858 I seems to be holding ... You are here: DV Info Net > Windows / PC Post Production Solutions > What Happens in Vegas... « Vegas "best" render quality causes DVDA to recompress my progressive file | http://nzbsites.com/sony-vegas/compoundplug-dll-sony-vegas.html October 31st, 2009, 08:04 AM #4 Edward Troxel Sponsor: JET DV Join Date: Dec 2001 Location: Southern Illinois Posts: 7,858 First thing I would try is to shut down
Y/N? Vegas Rox! however, I don't know whether this was such a good move or is it just Vista ? Click here to go now, or if you are not automatically redirected.
But since I last posted I had a major crash where the whole screen went pale and there was a little circle like it was rendering but there was no way The "undo" files (and "Redo" files) are stored in the "Temp" folder. Sony Vegas 5.0Version 5.0b (Build 160)Exception 0xC0000005 (access violation) READ:0x40 IP:0x4AB009In Module 'vegas50.exe' at Address 0x400000 + 0xAB009Thread: GUI ID=0x25C Stack=0x12F000-0x130000Registers: EAX=00000001 CS=001b EIP=004ab009 EFLGS=00010202 EBX=06e87a4f SS=0023 ESP=0012fb70 EBP=00000000 ECX=00000000 DS=0023 Grazie June 7th, 2008, 12:19 AM #8 Ian Stark Inner Circle Join Date: Dec 2003 Location: Hampshire, UK Posts: 2,181 Quote: Originally Posted by Graham Bernard See my
It could be something with the 64 bit package or Vista???? I simply gave the file an new name and the software continued happily...Did you actually use undo a lot????? An error occurred while processing the undo buffer. CA EVS (800) 238-8480 Glendale, CA Precision Camera (800) 677-1023 Austin, TX DV Info Net also encourages you to support local businesses and buy from an authorized dealer in your neighborhood.
It was right after I had copied and pasted an event. (Generated text media.) Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution DJPadre wrote on 09/20/2006, 09:00 PM Mail.RuПочтаМой МирОдноклассникиИгрыЗнакомстваНовостиПоискВсе проектыВсе проектывыходРегистрацияВход Категории Все вопросы проекта Компьютеры, Интернет Темы для взрослых Авто, Мото Красота и Здоровье Товары и Услуги Бизнес, Финансы Наука, Техника, Языки Философия, Непознанное Города и Страны and on what drive do you keep swap file ( virtual memory ) ... I haven't been able to because it seems to happen after a lot of editing Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution dand9959 wrote on 09/20/2006, 08:18
I like your thinking, but I was under the misconception that I would benefit putting AS in the C:\ root? It would also be helpful if these error messages could be copied, to save further waste of time in re-typing. - Perhaps another improvement to the next up-date. Then I simply copied the midi file several times in windows and gave it different names like adding A, B, etc. With multiple other drives, I'd typically point the emergency folder to one of the other drives DIFFERENT from where the main VEG is being saved. __________________ Edward Troxel [SCVU] JETDV Scripts/Excalibur/Newsletters
im still changing some settings to see if something helps... At least this seemed to work & I did not lose much eiting.
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