1. Post #1
    Crash15's Avatar
    July 2011
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    I am having this problem in sony vegas where the audio will play correctly for ~2 seconds and then start to not make any noise/crackle. Anyone know how to fix this? It is very annoying.

  2. Post #2
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    djjkxbox360's Avatar
    March 2007
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    Are you on the latest version of Sony Vegas?
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  3. Post #3
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    moesislack's Avatar
    January 2011
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    Could be your sound card.
    Mine crackles but I think I blew something out because "I droppa the bass" to much.

  4. Post #4
    Crash15's Avatar
    July 2011
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    Are you on the latest version of Sony Vegas?
    10.0 64-bit

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    TonyTheBean's Avatar
    November 2010
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    10.0 64-bit
    And the video works perfectly fine in VLC or whatever media player you use?
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  6. Post #6
    Crash15's Avatar
    July 2011
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    And the video works perfectly fine in VLC or whatever media player you use?
    Sorry for late reply, but yes, that is correct

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    November 2010
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    Sorry for late reply, but yes, that is correct
    Okay, can you monitor your CPU usage while your doing this?
    This may be unrelated, but i had the exact same problem a few days ago with FL Studio and switching my audio output from the default to AISO4ALL fixed it. So maybe installing AISO4ALL and doing that might fix it?

  8. Post #8
    Crash15's Avatar
    July 2011
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    Okay, can you monitor your CPU usage while your doing this?
    This may be unrelated, but i had the exact same problem a few days ago with FL Studio and switching my audio output from the default to AISO4ALL fixed it. So maybe installing AISO4ALL and doing that might fix it?
    Aiso4all looks like its just for audio based programs like audacity and like you said FL Studio.
    Sigh, this problem with the audio never happened before at all, so i can't figure out whats causing it

  9. Post #9
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    SataniX's Avatar
    May 2010
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    Is it with ALL sound codecs?

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    November 2010
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    Aiso4all looks like its just for audio based programs like audacity and like you said FL Studio.
    Sigh, this problem with the audio never happened before at all, so i can't figure out whats causing it
    Okay, thought so. Anyways, can you monitor your CPU and Memory usage through task manager while doing this?