I recently updated my system to the latest NVIDIA 526.98 drivers, and ever since then OBS crashes when I start it minimized. (--minimize-to-tray)
It also happens when I use the start minimized checkbox in the settings.
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
32GB RAM DDR4 4133MHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX...
In the 27 build of OBS, I could have sworn there was an option under Settings > Output > Streaming > Encoder - which read "Hardware (NVENC, HEVC)".
Was this never the case? In version 28 (and now I'm on v28.0.3)It's available to me as a recording encoder, but not for...
I recently Upgraded from a GTX 1050Ti to a RTX 2070 and when i try to record my games with the new GPU the video comes out worse then it did when i was using the GTX 1050Ti even when i lower my settings. it kinda seems like my RTX is weaker then my GTX when it comes to streaming and recording...
(Complete log at the bottom of the post.)
I need to use Display Capture to record a PowerPoint presentation on my laptop with NVIDIA GPU.
(Window Capture can't pickup a fullscreen PowerPoint presentation, so I have to use Display Capture instead.)
Display Capture requires OBS to be running on...
Windows 10, 1070, i5 7500k, 24gb of ram (2x4 & 2x8), Gigabyte b250m-3, SSD.
Not sure what's going on. I've run it as admin, reinstalled several times, restarted my pc over and over, all it does is show up deep in task manager using 0% cpu and 0.1% ram. It does nothing but sit there no matter...
I have the Ryzen 1700 3.7GHz | 2070Super | 32 GB RAM
I am not able to record or stream using the Nvenc encoder setting, It gives the message, Output failed and check if your drivers are up to date. I have also tried reinstalling the drivers, that also did not help.
Since this problem occurred...
Hi everyone, it's been frustrating my relationship with obs for years...it always seems not to work when most needed.
Recently I bought a hp pavillion gaming with a i5-9300h and a intel hd 630 + a nvidia gtx 1650.
Obs studio the first install didn't work. After reinstalling it started working...
I have Lenovo ThinkPad laptop W530 with nVidia Quadro k1000M , windows 7 64bit,
Today I update the OBS and when I start the stream I get the message that my gpu is not supported ..(need to update the drivers but my drivers are up to date, nvidia don't have new drivers for this old gpu)...
I am currently trying to get OBS-Studio to use the NVENC encoder instead of x264 on Gentoo Linux.
OBS simply crashes without a proper error code or anything when trying to start the stream. I linked both the log from OBS and the obs --verbose terminal output.
The stream works when using...
Since Mid-May streaming with x264 is causing rendering lag but not NVENC.
Only happens to the Nvidia system with GTX1080 with 8700k but not the AMD system with R9 Fury with 4770.
I was able to stream without any issue.
I Know & Tried :
Change Encoder settings...
Hello, ive been using OBS for a while now, just to record since i dont stream. I didnt have a graphics card, so ive always used x264 since my iGPU was running the games. However i now have a graphics card and according to everyone in the web QuickSync is some sort of magical thing that lets you...