I need your help. I've spent literal hours trying to figure out why OBS consistently outputs grainy videos from my 1080p Logitech webcam when I record
These are the two settings I've tried to run:
Here is the video settings:
This is what I see when looking at the webcam...
OS: Manjaro kernel 5.19.11
5900X (PBO 170W)
32GB RAM 3600 1:1
120Hz 1080p screen
I have been experiencing poor video quality (recorded or streamed) for more than a year and regardless of the settings.
Things i have tried so far:
-KDE compositor settings.
It usually starts after recording a few sessions in OBS. So i'll record, stop recording, then record again, a few times over. The first few videos are usually fine but then this issue described starts to happen. The log is attached, it'll show 4 recording sessions. I've uploaded the 4 sessions...
When I recording my video, game not lagging and all ok. But after recording, video lagging and have green artifacts. In logs error 'Device Remove/Reset! Rebuilding all assets...'. I checked my drivers, they are ok. Here my settings.
Hi quick question,
I'm using OBS 25.0.8 in Windows 10 x64 and VirtualCam to edit webcam live feed for video calls.
I know I can delay the video via the effects panel and reduce the FPS in the output section but I can't get a realistic lagging effect.
How can I do so?
Thanks everyone for helping!
I am experiencing this ghosting / pixelation as seen in the image below. This happens in OBS, using an RTSP stream on a dedicated gigabit network. When I check VLC using the same RTSP URL and the camera "preview" on the camera's own webpage, we do not see the same issue. The camera bitrate...
Hello, when my laptop is connect to power using the adapter the video is glitchy. I tried using a different charger but the issue remains. This does not happen on mac. I am using black magic’s atem mini as video card. This set up works fine on mac but not on windows.
Howdy folks! I'm pretty brand new to OBS Studio, having spent a month using it quite successfully to broadcast pre-recorded vids to Facebook Live. I'm now lookin' to get serious, though, and have got me'sen a Sigma FP so I can have a top quality webcam and stream actual live video.
I recently decided to buy a capture card and decided on the Ezcap 266 due to it's cheap price. It works great. However, I noticed that on some effects the video can get a little wonky. And some of the rounded edges can get pixelated a bit
Here's a picture: