I decided to go back to the x264 way of encoding (I am too much trouble with Nvidia drivers that are not super stable). I did the setup but for some games, I am having missed images (due to rendering delay) and sometimes a fps drop. I don't see any sign of overcharged encoding, but I am...
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.
I've been streaming on Twitch for quite a few years, I know a good thing or 2 about streaming, PC requirements for it, and what to expect.
Unfortunately (and also fortunately), for the majority of the time while streaming, I've been using New NVENC. While it has allowed me to stream at...
Hey dear, Open Broadcasting Software forum!
Today I changed to H264/AVC Encoder (AMD Advanced Media Framework) which was before on "veryfast" x264..
I also did experiments on medium up to ultrafast (ultrafast is too extremely pixelated, and medium is not pixelated, and in realities like "The...
Hey! I'm trying to record/stream using x264, but apparently nothing happens with my custom commands. My recorded file doesn't show my configuration.
Could someone explain to me how I make my settings work?
Hello! So my setup is:
CPU: Ryzen 2600
GPU: GTX 1060 3GB :(
RAM: 2x8GB Dual Channel 3000MHz CL14 Corsair Vengeance RGB
MOBO: Gigabyte Aorus Elite B450
Cooling:(Dunno if it matters lol): beQuiet Dark Rock 4
Monitor: 2x Dell S2418HN 75HZ Full HD
I have Gigabit internet but due to the virus...
In a nuthshell, I'm trying to bring out the best looking stream possible atm. Yeah you heard it right.
My dedicated streaming PC:
Ryzen 3900x (12c,24t) with stable (lets say all core) OC on 4400ghz (ccx0 4450, ccx1 4350)
16gb kingston hyperx ram on oc @ 3466mhz
GTX 770 (Guess doesn't mean a...
I'm trying to achieve 1080p at 60fps. I used to use the GPU encoder, but it always showed "encoder overloaded" no matter what.
I've never used the x264 encoder and was wondering what's the best settings to hit perfect 1080p quality.
I have an i9-9900K so it can handle it.
Edit: Here's a log...
We have been streaming with OBS Studio for some time with virtually no problems.
A few months ago, we began experiencing an issue where the YouTube audio appears to be in sync while live, but after YouTube processes it, the audio is out of sync. This only affects livestreams on our YouTube...
I'm trying to configure OBS to use YouTube's recommended upload settings so that my files process faster. In particular I want to verify the more niggly configs ( GOP of 15, Chroma 4:2:0 subsampling ). I notice that some posts on this forum include a file-settings report like the one below...