Processor Intel® Core™ i7-2600 (3.40 Ghz, 8 MB Cache)
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
RAM 8 GB
Graphics card AMD HD6670
Have recently come across an irritating issue that i have no idea how to solve. The problem is that in a large amount of effects in Sony Vegas the colours are not displaying as they should. Example below:
Some video effects also do not function properly.
I hadn't used Sony Vegas for a while, about a month or so, and in that time i installed the latest AMD driver (12.10). Now i can't say for sure that this is when the problem originated but i'm assuming it is, due to one specific reason that i'll explain a little later on.
The problem first occurred when using Sony Vegas 11, and considering there was a new Vegas out (version 12) i decided to uninstall 11 and see if things may change with Vegas 12. For a very short while they did, well the effects i had a chance to test (it crashed in literally a few minutes after i placed a video on the timeline). The crash report was the following:
Problem Event Name: AppHangB1
Application Name: vegas120.exe
Application Version: 126.96.36.1994
Application Timestamp: 5086cf03
Hang Signature: ad30
Hang Type: 256
Since then, it has not crashed again. So, reinstalling Vegas is not the issue here. I then remembered that i installed a new driver a while back (did not uninstall the old version first). So i uninstalled and reinstalled the AMD 12.10 driver. Problem persisted. I then reinstalled an earlier version, 12.8 (the version i use to use and had no problems with). Still had the same problems.
So i uninstalled version 12.8 and before reinstalling the latest version again i decided to test Sony Vegas out with no drivers installed, and everything worked fine.
So as i said above, i'm not entirely sure when the problem first started but i assume something went wrong when i first installed the new driver and ever since then it has not quite worked correctly. Does anyone know why this is happening and how i can go about solving the issue?
All help very much appreciated.