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Old 19 Dec 2010, 02:32 AM   #1
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Question Sony Vegas 3D rendering issue. Why is "preview" different from actual "render"?

Hey all,

I have an interesting issue here. Screen captures below.

When I view my current project in the preview window, it displays fine as you can see from the first one.

In the second, while rendering, it renders with the top/bottom black areas. What happens is when I have the "flash" transition the WHOLE screen flashes white, not just the area where the video is displayed.

What could possibly be causing this? All the events have their property set to "maintain aspect ration".

Why is the Flash flashing everything (including the black areas), and how come the black areas aren't shown in the preview window pane?


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