I've been trying to record using the HEVC format that is supported to encode and decode in macOS using the T2 chip and also the new AMD graphic cards, however I'm not being able to set it up correctly, the footage it's just non reproducible and I'm not being able to import it later in Final Cut...
(i thought i posted this already today, but i don't see it amywhere... so maybe i forgot to actually confirm the post??)
windows 10 v1909
amd ryzen 9 3900x (clocked to 4.1 ghz)
gigabyte auros 570 mobo
evga nvida rtx 2060 super
32gb crucial 3200 mhz ram
4 samsung 1tb 860 evo ssd...
Hello, I noticed that for the recordings I'm using NVENC H.264 (new) as the encoder but I learned that HEVC encoder is the best and since I have a RTX 2060 super I think I'm capable of using such encoder but I can't find it when choosing between the options. Any idea why?
FFmpeg Encoders has been merged into StreamFX! All the encoders are now available by simply installing the latest version of StreamFX and removing the currently installed FFmpeg Encoders plugin.
Ever wanted the power of the FFmpeg encoders, but without the bothersome UI of the Custom recording...
Running through custom output settings to try nvenc hevc encoder. mkv is my file preference but I don't see it in container format besides matroska and timestamp. Mp4 and mov is a loaded gun and flv doesn't do audio. Unless its under a different name? Or is there more settings to tinker?
When recording with nvenc_hevc I have noticed that the video has artifacts in it and it's really bad. Is there a way to fix this? I record at 240fps because I want the gameplay to be much smoother, could this be causing problems? Also, I use FFmpeg for custom output
EDIT: This is not a troll, I...
I have an Intel i5 6600k OC 4.2 GHz and an AMD RX 480. Whenever I try to record in HEVC, a message box pops up saying an error occurred. I'm not sure what to do about this since I would much rather use HEVC/H.265 than H.264 since the quality isn't compromised for space.
ref thread https://obsproject.com/forum/threads/how-to-add-x265-library-for-ffmpeg.82137/#post-343711
From a local recording point-of-view, would it be possible in the near future to include libx265 support in the version of ffmpeg used in OBS?