I've been having problems for a while when it comes to render videos with my Sony Vegas Pro 13.0. This is a file related error nvopencl.dll. It is a real nuisance because the crash It does not happen at the beginning of the rendering, but in the middle of the whole process. Today I discovered the origin of the problem - and its solution - so I want to share it with all of you.
In my case, the error that I got when trying to convert all the tracks into a single and manageable video file, was the typical message of «Vegas Pro stopped working«. If you checked the box for «Show problem details»Could read the following message.
Description of the problem:
Application Name: Vegas Pro
Application Version: Version 13.0 (Build 290) 64-bit
Problem: Unmanaged Exception (0xc0000005)
Fault Module: C: \ Windows \ system32 \ nvopencl.dll
Fault Address: 0x000001EAA62903F0
Fault Offset: 0x000001EAA62903F0
Here is the key that will help us detect the source of the problem. The module that fails according to this message is the nvopencl.dll file. All other additional information is irrelevant in this case.
The detail of the process failure:
Process Path: C: \ Program Files \ Sony \ Vegas Pro 13.0 \ vegas130.exe
Process Version: Version 13.0 (Build 290) 64-bit
Process Description: Vegas Pro
Process Image Date: 2014-04-10 (Thu Apr 10) 08:27:08If we check «Show details of the problem» we will obtain very valuable information.
How to solve the Sony Vegas crashing due to the error in the nvopencl.dll file
This kind of unexpected shutdown in the Sony Vegas video rendering is not related to the PC's Internet connection, the bad installation of the application, or any corrupted files. It does not even have to do with whether we are using an official version of Vegas or not, piratilla.
The rendering error is directly related to the graphics card. More specifically, with GPU acceleration using the latest versions of the Sony Vegas. In fact, the filenvopencl.dll corresponds to the OpenCL graphics driver used by NVIDIA cards.
To fix this, just disable GPU acceleration, which is normally enabled by default in the video editor.
To do this, we open the Sony Vegas Pro and follow the following steps:
- Click on "Setting" and we are going to "preferences”.
- We move to the "Video" tab.
- We click on the drop-down "GPU video processing acceleration"And we leave it in"disabled”.
- We apply the changes and restart the Sony Vegas.
In this way, the editor will stop using the GPU to speed up the processing of the videos, but in return we will not get any errors with the nvopencl.dll file. We can finally render our unfinished works on our nerves every two by three! Bravo!You have Telegram installed? Receive the best post of each day on our channel. Or if you prefer, find out everything from our Facebook page.