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Rendering in sony vegas problem!

I have a problem rendering videos with sony vegas, It renders about halfway through and then my computer freezes. please help

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Video rendering is a resource hungry process. for this u need a dedicated pc specially designed. check for the following if it suits ur pc :
1. high end processors from intel or amd that supports dual mode or more
2. 1 gb of system memory or more
3. an agp card or graphic card to reduce strain on processor
4. hdd with high rotational speeds with enough space ( i recommend for atleast 2 hdd drive, 1 or os and other for scratch, capturing & rendering)
and also check the minimum system requirements of ur application whether it is sufficient or not

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Easiest way is to highlight the whole video track once you have completed it and you are happy.

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Hey guys,
i tried something which worked...but i dont know if this is solution for all video formats....
Unlink the audio layer from video...and delete the audio layer.
Use any program to extract the audio from the video file - i extracted it as a WAV file.
import the wav file as the audio layer....
and render....
the output was alright...
but now i am facing another problem! :( Vegas closes without any warnings during rendering....

hope this was useful....

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Get a new system... Sorry if this isn't what you want to here but RD-ram is stupidly expensive. 512mb of RD-ram is usually a few hundred dollars and hard to find. Since you have RD-ram that means you also have a Pentium 4 processor, probably in the range of 1.2 -1.8 Ghz

Vegas is a great video editing program but it needs way more than speed that that to render a video (in a decent amount of time. it will render on a slower processor, it will just take forever!). You will be much happier of the results if you just replace the computer rather than try to upgrade it.

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