Sometimes the automatic update procedure will fail on a computer.
This is normally caused by an over zealous virus protector program or web browser which blocks the pop up window from activating.
Those steps are out of date now because several new versions of the .
NET Framework have been released since then, a new verification tool has been released and there are some other helpful steps that are not listed there.
This is why it is a good idea from time to time to manually check for updates.
Please watch my video tutorial and I will show you exactly what to do.
Try installing the latest version of direct X runtime. Try installing the latest version of direct X runtime.
I've been trying to render a video all day on sony vegas but everytime it comes with the error: Problem Description Application Name: Vegas Pro Application Version: Version 13.0 (Build 310) 64-bit Problem: Unmanaged Exception (0xc0000005) Fault Module: C:\Windows\System32\d3d9Fault Address: 0x00007FFFCF29FD0C Fault Offset: 0x000000000000FD0C Fault Process Details Process Path: C:\Program Files\Sony\Vegas Pro 13.0\vegas130Process Version: Version 13.0 (Build 310) 64-bit Process Description: Vegas Pro Process Image Date: 2014-04-29 (Tue Apr 29) Things i have done to try and fix this: Disable my GPU Update GPU drivers Install & Uninstall Quicktime Download latest version of Direct X9 D3D9is associated with direct X if I am not mistaken. D3D9is associated with direct X if I am not mistaken.
Most people using Vegas Pro or Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 will have some third party plug-ins installed like New Blue Fx or Borix Fx.
All these pieces of software should also be checked for updates as well.
Even though MOV is listed as compatible video with Sony Vegas Pro, it is laggy to edit MOV in Vegas Pro.
To convert MOV to Sony Vegas, you need to use a video converter.
Add MOV videos First of all, locate your local MOV files and then drag them directly onto this program's conversion pane.