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Old July 31st, 2008, 10:12 PM   #1
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M2T's causing Vegas Crash?

I was about half way through editing a project whose deadline is approaching. (of course) and I noticed an audio drop out. When I zoomed in to see the audio drop out, last 20mins or so of the two M2T files in the timeline turned red and I got the following Exception:

Sony Vegas Pro 8.0
Version 8.0b (Build 217)
Exception 0xC0000005 (access violation) WRITE:0x20000 IP:0x20005
Thread: VideoCache ID=0x160C Stack=0x683F000-0x6840000
Registers:
EAX=00020000 CS=0023 EIP=00020005 EFLGS=00010202
EBX=00000000 SS=002b ESP=0683f640 EBP=0683f698
ECX=17910001 DS=002b ESI=0683f744 FS=0053
EDX=0003c433 ES=002b EDI=0683f774 GS=002b
Bytes at CS:EIP:
00020005: 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 60 .......`
0002000D: 26 00 00 C4 00 00 00 00 &.......
Stack Dump:
0683F640: 11AF065C 11AA0000 + 5065C (m2tsplug.dll)
0683F644: 17910000 17910000 + 0
0683F648: 0003C433
0683F64C: 0683F67C 06740000 + FF67C
0683F650: 0683F6B8 06740000 + FF6B8
0683F654: 4D72CE5D
0683F658: 00000000
0683F65C: 14150038 13EB0000 + 2A0038
0683F660: 00000000
0683F664: 0CB93610 0C910000 + 283610
0683F668: 00000810
0683F66C: 8EFE4DF8
0683F670: 00000000
0683F674: 8F0C0000
0683F678: 00000000
0683F67C: 17910000 17910000 + 0
> 0683F68C: 11BA5C32 11AA0000 + 105C32 (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683F69C: 11AF13EC 11AA0000 + 513EC (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683F72C: 74897344 74880000 + 17344 (MSVCR80.dll)
> 0683F810: 00EAE02D 00400000 + AAE02D (vegas80.exe)
0683F814: 03570730 021C0000 + 13B0730
0683F818: 1EDE00A0 1EC50000 + 1900A0
0683F81C: F3E0ED69
0683F820: 3D5CF0FF
> 0683F824: 67800DA0 67780000 + 80DA0 (QuickTimeStreaming.qtx)
> 0683F830: 008C81FE 00400000 + 4C81FE (vegas80.exe)
0683F834: 8AAEDA40
0683F838: 5C6CAF21
0683F83C: 01FE3F1A 01EA0000 + 143F1A
0683F840: 5553D3F5
> 0683F8C4: 00C2BEA3 00400000 + 82BEA3 (vegas80.exe)
0683F8C8: 00000000
0683F8CC: 4D72CE1D
0683F8D0: 0683FF78 06740000 + FFF78
> 0683F8D4: 11BAADA9 11AA0000 + 10ADA9 (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683F8DC: 11AA9DA8 11AA0000 + 9DA8 (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683F934: 11AAD74D 11AA0000 + D74D (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683F984: 11AAD12A 11AA0000 + D12A (m2tsplug.dll)
> 0683FA00: 006B2C5B 00400000 + 2B2C5B (vegas80.exe)
0683FA04: 00000000
0683FA08: 0000533A
0683FA0C: 00000000
0683FA10: 0683FA40 06740000 + FFA40
> 0683FA44: 7612D71D 76110000 + 1D71D (kernel32.dll)
> 0683FAE4: 777D2926 77720000 + B2926 (ntdll.dll)
> 0683FAE8: 005DDB0F 00400000 + 1DDB0F (vegas80.exe)
0683FAEC: FFFFFFFE
> 0683FAF0: 77753A0D 77720000 + 33A0D (ntdll.dll)
> 0683FAF4: 77753A5E 77720000 + 33A5E (ntdll.dll)
> 0683FAF8: 76110000 76110000 + 0 (kernel32.dll)
> 0683FB10: 76121638 76110000 + 11638 (kernel32.dll)
> 0683FB18: 6797A2B0 678B0000 + CA2B0 (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB20: 761215F9 76110000 + 115F9 (kernel32.dll)
> 0683FB2C: 679508A9 678B0000 + A08A9 (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB30: 6797B008 678B0000 + CB008 (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB38: 679490F3 678B0000 + 990F3 (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB40: 679490EB 678B0000 + 990EB (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB50: 678B0000 678B0000 + 0 (QuickTimeVR.qtx)
> 0683FB6C: 7777F70C 77720000 + 5F70C (ntdll.dll)
> 0683FB7C: 7775328F 77720000 + 3328F (ntdll.dll)
> 0683FBC8: 007A6E80 00400000 + 3A6E80 (vegas80.exe)
- - -
0683FFF0: 00000000
0683FFF4: 005995C0 00400000 + 1995C0 (vegas80.exe)
0683FFF8: 00ADC81C 00400000 + 6DC81C (vegas80.exe)
0683FFFC: 00000000

Does anyone have any ideas about this one? I might try to render the M2T's out to AVI's and replace the M2T's on the timeline so maybe I won't have to re-sync (three camera live shoot) and re cut the first half.

Thanks!

JR
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Old August 1st, 2008, 12:35 AM   #2
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...I might try to render the M2T's out to AVI's and replace the M2T's on the timeline so maybe I won't have to re-sync (three camera live shoot) and re cut the first half.
Been there, done that, (to Cineform AVI), it works.

You might be greatly helped by the new-ish M2T plugin available from Sony for beta testing. It is designed to help with just this problem, and has been giving mostly good user experience. Check out this thread on the Sony forum.

Look for a moderator post in the middle of the testing thread posted 7/7/2008 that contains the ftp links. This plugin is in beta/user testing and is not part of current product downloads.

Follow the instructions, rename your existing plugin .old or something and pop that new one in. It seems to be working well for me.
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Old August 1st, 2008, 12:48 AM   #3
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Thanks for the quick reply, I'll give that plugin a shot.

(and I see you're in PDX so howdy from 25mi down the road) :)

JR
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Old August 1st, 2008, 09:30 PM   #4
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I'm happy to report that the replacement DLL did the trick.

Thanks again...

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Old August 2nd, 2008, 11:58 AM   #5
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Great news - thanks for the followup!
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Old August 4th, 2008, 08:31 PM   #6
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Thanks for the link to the DLL plug-in. I was having this same problem this morning and now it works great.
Now the question arises.
If there are fixes to the Vegas Pro 8, are you able to download from the sonycreativesoftware site?
I know you can re-download the program from the website, but it asks you to first remove the program before installing, and I was hesitant.
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Old August 4th, 2008, 10:40 PM   #7
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Bill, I've never been asked to remove an existing version of Vegas before doing an update.
The new version installs over what's on my computer.
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Old August 5th, 2008, 07:42 AM   #8
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Bill, the updates on the website simply install over the original version - there's no need to uninstall. For Vegas Pro, the current version is 8.0b. If you're not on 8.0b, you may wish to update to that. The new DLL was released after 8.0b. Version 8.0c is supposed to be released "this summer".
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Old August 5th, 2008, 02:45 PM   #9
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I'll have to check the program version when I get back, downloaded from the web 2 months ago. What a blast it's been editing with Vegas, and it's getting easier. I think it may be Vista telling me to remove the program before reinstalling...
Again thanks for the advice on the plug-in.
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