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  • Loss of video quality after rendering
    Beyond that x.264 can give better quality renders though it's CPU-only and will take a while. Render from VEGAS through Voukoder and see if you like it better. I do my final renders this way. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Video will render when divided into parts, but not all at once
    You can still render through Voukoder or use the built-in VEGAS encoders. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Video will render when divided into parts, but not all at once
    Personally I'd just render through Voukoder which will likely complete. Try x264 for quality or a GPU-enabled mode (NVENC) if your drivers are new enough to work. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I came back to Vegas after like 8 years, currently on version 18. Is this a bug or did they really not add .webm/.mkv support after all these years?
    Finally you can render to a number of formats through Voukoder Source: over 1 year ago
  • NVENC Render starts/pauses/starts. Not continuous.
    If you want more consistent loading try NVENC through Voukoder. Expect about a 10% improvement. QSV works well too if you have an iGPU. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Vegas Pro 14 'invalid argument was specified' HELP...please
    Otherwise use Voukoder which follows project properties. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Windows version does have ProRes as an option to export, what is the best equivalent that is available?
    You can easily export ProRes on Windows and any other format supported by FFmpef by using Voucoder. You install it as a plugin and choose it as export format. A secondary button will appear that allows you to edit the output formats every minute display, down to what grading color space and luminance you used. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Vegas pro 17 MAGIX AAC/MP4 with NVENC acceleration glitching on output when rendering NVENC recorded desktop capture, mixing up frames/sections of the video
    Alternatively keep those two on defaults and use MagixAVC with Mainconcept instead of NVENC. You could also frameserve to Voukoder with NVENC (haven't heard of glitches with Voukoder). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Any tips on how do make my render time more smooth? more info on comments
    The spikes are probably NVENC. It has little to do with total render time though- if you have a NVENC render through say Voukoder you lose the spikes but only gain around 10% in time. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Vegas PRO 19 is stuttering during render?
    If it's NVENC every few seconds it seems to pause for some reason. Not a big problem and compared to Voukoder which doesn't have this lag it's only about a 10% difference. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Project Size vs. Rendering Size
    Otherwise Voukoder always renders at project resolution and framerate. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Vegas Pro 15 rendered color not matching original video. How do I match it to original?
    To output file types Vegas doesn't support directly for further editing, you can try Voukoder: You should be able to use ProRes, etc. To produce full range files. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Please help!
    If none of that helps there is a high quality renderer, Voukoder available for Vegas. X264 in that yields great results. Source: over 2 years ago
  • What is the sweet spot for quality videos with minimum file size? (for gaming)
    Or just go direct from Vegas to x264 using Voukoder and skip a step. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Vegas Pro 19 | Are these normal GPU utilizations? (pic attached in the post)
    Normal for Vegas- yes. It looks like the GPU is waiting on the CPU a bit. Different software takes different approaches for using the GPU and have different tradeoffs. Vegas doesn't do much with its 3D calculation ability but does use decode and encode functions. There is an odd issue where with NVENC utilization spikes up and drops down. If you want to maximize NVENC speed try rendering through Voukoder (not a... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Export video with same settings as time line?
    Voukoder does this (mostly). It will render a project using your project resolution and framerate. Just create a preset for render quality (i.e. X264 at RF 23 vs NVENC AVC, etc.). Source: over 2 years ago
  • GPU being "seen" by Vegas or Voukoder? Best render settings?
    Re: Voukoder and AMD GPUs I've never tested it. There's a Voukoder forum as well: Source: over 2 years ago
  • Should I use MAGIX AVC or SONY AVC to render a 40MB/s video?
    You can also render out with 3rd party tools like Voukoder using x.264 for even higher quality and compact renders. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Quick question regarding intermediate codecs
    True Apple ProRes from VP 17? No. You can do the Magix bootleg version or another open-source variant using Voukoder. In general it's interchangeable but Apple software may reject it for being unofficial (not because there is any real difference). If it works for you in Premiere it's fine. Source: over 2 years ago
  • How do I render my video with the highest possible quality? (sony Vegas Pro 13)
    As an alternative rendering solution with more control try Voukoder and render to x264. Source: over 2 years ago
  • RTX 3080 support
    If you just want to somewhat speed up render times, give Voukoder a try. It loads the GPU more consistently than Vegas does. Source: almost 3 years ago

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