Long story short, just awful. I'm not a programmer but clearly OBS v28.0.3 does not play nice with Windows 11 22H2. Just avoid that update until the two are able to figure each other out in future updates. Woof.
Avoid it at all costs....i was not able to stream any games due to the update...encoder overload issues stupid high CPU issues, low FPS drops and nvidia issues as well...i ended up having to do a fresh install of Windows 11 21H2 and had to reinstall a TON of stuff...am still considering going back to windows 10 just to be safe...i just dont want to have to reinstall everything..again...Long story short, just awful. I'm not a programmer but clearly OBS v28.0.3 does not play nice with Windows 11 22H2. Just avoid that update until the two are able to figure each other out in future updates. Woof.
To my surprise, the test proved successful, OBS records properly on Windows 11, hopefully this won't happen again with this operating systemI agree, I recently downgraded to Windows 10 twice, I conducted 2 experiments when it came down the previous version 28.0.3, it deleted my cpu and graphics card drivers and ran OBS on the 22H2 update for Windows 11, with and without the updates, I was having a strange lag, even just screen recording, when my computer was doing no work at all, but here's the thing I downgrade to Windows 10 and I record smoothly, no lag, no glitch screens, nothing. With the new update I'm going to see if it has been fixed or if it hasn't, if someone has done this before me can you let me know your final verdict, thanks. If not I'll update you all soon.