go to options, then preferences and Turn (OFF) GPU Acceleration. MC - total beast Please log in or register to reply. then apply the setting's and restart the program as normal. Pedrick Reply to Pedrick m 0 l yagazuzy May 14, 2015 3:04:56 PM I finally found a solution. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-youtube-upload-error.php
Neeb3. Recently I have not been able to get it to work. Get the answer theguyordie July 17, 2013 12:50:31 PM I had the same problem with my Radeon HD 6850 when rendering in Main-Concept .mp4. I can't find them in it.
Trending Now Mirna Salihin Angelina Jolie Howard Stern Bob Dylan Miley Cyrus Online MBA Ninni Laaksonen Sasha Pieterse Credit Cards Cable TV Answers Relevance Rating Newest Oldest Best Answer: Put your This is a 20 minute video and the bar just freezes when I try to render the video. For some very strange reason though, this simple task can turn into an absolute nightmare for anyone who is a brand new user of either program. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB.
U saved me from wrecking my PC ..... let me know if this helps, turning off GPU acceleration is the 1st method to fixing this problem and works 90% of the time for most people. I tried to render it and upload it to YouTube, but it didn't let me. Google Settings let me know if this helps, turning off GPU acceleration is the 1st method to fixing this problem and works 90% of the time for most people.
Reply to Ziga Bradas m 0 l Filip Radinovic October 12, 2014 12:54:35 PM Sleepyhead Media said:open up Vegas Pro as the administrator. Use the "Upload to YouTube" or "Upload to Facebook" feature in Movie Studio or Vegas Pro. what if i go to properties? http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/youtube/A1wviWE8-M0 Please Help!
The same happened to me at 8% in a 25s video. It should look very good on YT, but will take quite some time to upload and then process. Restart Vegas Pro. Stats10.
BlaDe977 Profile Joined March 2011 Canada73 Posts November 06 2011 03:15 GMT #3 On November 06 2011 12:04 FeiLing wrote:"failed to render project to youtube" sounds like it requires settings as https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130831043645AAe09O6 Project files contain no video and cannot be uploaded to a website. Sony Vegas Your Youtube Username Or Password Was Not Recognized By The Server My project estimated 800+mb if I could have used the upload method. Access For Less Secure Apps Make sure you have write access to the file/folder and that there is enough free space" ok so how do i get to this file or folder and see if there
I am not an expert on using 4K, but I suspect one of the XAVC S templates would be a better choice for YouTube.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Youtube username/password are http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-error.php It took me weeks to find solution, there is problem with files that you use in Project that you trying to render out. thank youDon't upload directly to Youtube using Vegas. This is a 20 minute video and the bar just freezes when I try to render the video. Google Account Settings
Your YouTube username or password was not recognized by the server" I have checked both username and password many times and I'm sure they're right, but it's still not working. Larva Sidebar Settings... i would seriously, honestly appreciate any bit of help i can get. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-pro-8-error.php when i click "render as" i get an error saying "vegas has stopped working" i tried saving the file as FLV or AVI but then the file just doesnt work.
Trying to upload one of these project files is a very common mistake. go to options, then preferences and Turn (OFF) GPU Acceleration. EffOrt6.
Next you then search for your newly rendered video which should live in the following address: Movie Studio users look here: My Documents - Movie Studio Platinum Projects - My Project In my case it was the 'wrong' password that got me stuck... I have almost the same specs like you and I don't know how to fix it. It does not matter how the video is uploaded, YouTube will apply the exact same compression.
By rendering out using the Sony AVCHD 1980x1080 settings my project ended up @ 1.1GB so it seems there is something else going on to keep the file size down with Source(s): I use to upload vids and i had sony vegas. You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm).