It's epic but I have a question on putting ×264 preset to ultrafast, I got a warning about damage to the cpu so I place it at super fast. I just need to know if putting it at ultrafast wont have any damages to my cpu [ intel core i7 3.6 Ghz] while playing games like csgo
This helped me a lot. To add one on, I have had trouble with the audio track playing at a shifted frequency and badly chopped up. Managed to fix that today by adjusting Settings -> Encoding :Audio Encoding:Format to 44.1 kHz from the default 48 kHz. Might help newbies like me and is not very clearly explained in the documentation.
with ur help I have made a version for me and hopefully too all of you who got the problem of blackscreen because off Custom x264 Encoder Settings in advanced, it might only be me cause of my 5 years old computer but if not, here u go!
Thank you so much man :)
This is mostly for youtubers but read all () if you are a streamer - hope this is a good setup for you like it is for me!
Quality Balance: 10
Max Bitrate (kb/s) 1000
Enable CBR Padding
Use Custom Buffer Size: on
Buffer Size (kbit): 0
File Output Only
Find an easy accessable folder or make one for ur videos - make sure to save as mp4 if you want that and name them something (same with replay)
Replay Buffer Length (secounds): 1
(and ignore replay, it's for streamers, if you stream aswell then read these messages - find a good spot for ur replays if you wish to upload them later)
Take custom and set it too ur computer screen size, most common is 1920x1080 - if you don't know, go to display settings on ur computer and find out.
Resolution Downscale: None (1920x1080 - in my case)
Filter: Bilinear (fastest)
Disable Aero: on
Skip audio as it's all up too you there, we don't have same headset and taste her im sure.
Same with hotkeys, skip too advanced.
Advanced: set to deafault and then change -https://origin-us.gyazo.com/11d25cd8702f879d7f76b1118efa62c8.png
x264 CPU Preset too: Ultrafast (for streamers - keep it veryfast)
that's it, ignore the rest under, if you're a streamer u should research up the 2 under urself, not really needed though, u can do fine without them, but they can help u be more proffessional.
Hey R1ch, I just built my new PC in December and I'm looking to make some higher quality videos and I've been tweaking the settings with OBS for a bit now with little luck. The first part of The Evil Within I recorded looked somewhat choppy and kept getting pixelated. That being said, I stumble across this post and this was probably the best thing I've ever found because my quality improved tenfold by using the aforementioned settings! Thank you so much for sharing friend, you are amazing! =) Time to slaughter some games in high quality!