Here's the vod:
Running at medium preset 8700k. No cpu priorities and mostly 1v1's in csgo so not much cpu usage.
Hi, so when I record my Minecraft and OBS studio seem fine but when I watch it back the vid looks laggy and choppy. I've tried looking things up but a lot have logs and I don't know how to do that. I what the vid to look nice so then I can post it on YouTube. Can someone please help?
My streaming system is
CPU: AMD A8-6500 with Radeon HD Graphics
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
I've been streaming with the Elgato Game Capture since 2014, and it runs perfect... I keep it at 720p 30fps for best compatability. (60FPS maxes out the processor, while 30 only uses like 40-50%)...
My problem :
When i stream or record a game.
The recording or the stream wil look choppy, the frames are weird.
Sometimes there is pixelation as wel.
CPU : i7-8700k ( Water cooled )
GPU : GTX 2070
RAM : 32
SSD 250 GB
HDD 1 TB
All of my games and my os system are installed on my SSD.
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Intel Quad Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz Processor
Ram: 16gb DDR3L
GPU: nVidia GTX960M 4GB
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Here's my log.
Thanks for the help!
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