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    I am trying to render a 45 min long file in Vegas as a blu-ray compatible file (m2v) and it keeps stopping at ca 85 %. The resulting file is ca 7 GB. Is there a limit to how large a file it can render?
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    Do you have your GPU acceleration enabled? I actually had to turn mine off because the render kept locking up. Once it was set to off rendered like a champ. Don't know why as I have a pretty decent GPU (GeForce GTX-1080 Ti).
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    there's a difference in vegas between gpu acceleration of timeline display and gpu rendering. vegas gpu rendering has always sucked.
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    Originally Posted by clashradio View Post
    Do you have your GPU acceleration enabled? I actually had to turn mine off because the render kept locking up. Once it was set to off rendered like a champ. Don't know why as I have a pretty decent GPU (GeForce GTX-1080 Ti).
    Thanks for the idea. I switched it off and it worked . Just like you I have the GeForce GTX-1080 Ti.
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    Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    there's a difference in vegas between gpu acceleration of timeline display and gpu rendering. vegas gpu rendering has always sucked.
    Ok now I'm confused; in Options-Preferences-Video tab-"GPU acceleration of video processing" you can either have Off or enabled (which will display your make/model of GPU as long as Vegas recognizes it). Since I have a decent GPU, and Vegas recognizes it, shouldn't I have it set to On? But when it's On my render freezes. If Vegas' GPU render sucks, why does it crash when I have "GPU acceleration of video processing" set to my GTX 1080Ti?
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  7. Probably because at the time of Vegas Pro 11 was released your GPU didn't exist.
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