I am having issues with skipped frames on x264 even though my CPU usage is 4% on the OBS stats panel, and with the task manager the CPU output is less than 8%. I did a bunch of live stream tests on a private twitch account and I was able to get everything to run smoothly on the Slow preset with...
Thanks in advance for any help!
Specs: i5 7500, 16gb RAM, GTX 1070, Windows 10 (log file is before i updated windows but just to note i still have all the same issues now that im up to date)
OBS settings: Streaming at 720p 30fps (was on 60 fps but i dropped it down to make sure that wasnt a...
Hi, i m italian and not speak english very well.
I have ryzen 7 3700x, gtx 1070, 16gb ram 3733mhz, w10 64bit, webcam razer kijo. Monitor 1440p 144hz LG27gl850
My setting for 720p and 60fps are:
Encoding: nvenc (new).. I dont know if better x264
4500/5000 Kbps (my speed is 950/190mb)
I have a GTX 1070 Strix and this morning I updated to the latest OBS version because I wanted to use a plugin. Since then I have not been able to record because I cannot select any encoders. All I have are - Software(x264) for streaming and for recording.
This is the error I get;
In OBS I'm running as high quality I can get and it looks great in OBS, but whenever it gets rendered to file it looks bad. For example, when I look back at the video it looks grainy and some spots like the middle of the screen are blurry. I've tried .mp4/.flv, simple/advanced output methods...
First off I want to start this thread off by stating I am running a Two pc setup My streaming PC is a Ryzen 7 1700 with Nvidia GTX 1070 and my Gaming PC is a Intel i7 8700k with Nvidia GTX 1080..
Now into the important things.. I had been trying to achieve the best either 720p or 1080p stream...
A day ago, I experienced some problems with a lack of space on the main hard drive and after that, it seemed to me, some OBS settings were reset. I solved the problem with lost 40 GB files due to search indexing on my SSD.
After which I returned to the previous scene, launched as usual a dozen...
Elgato 4K60 Pro Too Much for GTX 1070?
My PC parts:
i7 7700k -- 1070 Strix OC -- 16Gb Ram -- 2TB HDD -- 240GB SSD -- Elgato 4K60 Pro
27" Main Monitor: 4K 60hz -- 27" Secondary Monitor: 1080p 60hz
Console being recorded: Xbox One X
All HDMI cables in my PC and Console setup are...
Hi, so first off all I'll tell you my pc Specs
CPU: Intel Core I7-7700
Memory: 8GB Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2400Mhz
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce
I stream League of Legends, and I use Vsync (75Hz), and most of the time it stays at 75Hz, but when a teamfight (a lot of things...