Can't understand how to have 60 fps stable in a simple game

katema_official

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Hi everyone, I'm here to ask your help to what I hope to be a simple problem.
So, I wanted to record some The Binding of Isaac runs, not streaming, with my webcam too. I'd like to have them at 1080p 60fps. Not much to ask I think, standard good quality videos. Well, after having tried for some hours, I can't get rid of a frame rate drop. In fact, re-watching my recordings, the game sometimes freezes for like 1/10-2/10 of a second, but it does it so often that you can clearly see in the recordings that it is trying to go at 60fps, but results in a 45-55 fps in which some frames are lost. I'll post my log file of a small recording I did right now, hoping that it can help.
The reason I'm sure it can be fixed is that I have also recorded at this quality other more complex games like Resident Evil 2 Remake and didn't have this kind of problem. If you can help me have this stable 60fps I would be really glad to you.
 

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1) Run OBS as administrator;

2) Turn off Kaspersky, turn on Windows Defender;

3) Enable Windows 10 "Game Mode", under Windows 10 settings;

4) It is highly discouraged to have more than 1 capture source per scene and your log shows you have multiple. Either create a scene for each game or use the same Game Capture source for all of them. Don't add a Game Capture and Display Capture source to the same scene either;

5) You're recording so, in OBS settings -->Output, change Rate Control to CRF then set it to a value somewhere within 16 to 20 (lower values = higher quality at the cost of filesize).
 

katema_official

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Thank you so much, you made my day! Followed all your tips and now runs flawlessly! Really really thank you!
1) Run OBS as administrator;

2) Turn off Kaspersky, turn on Windows Defender;

3) Enable Windows 10 "Game Mode", under Windows 10 settings;

4) It is highly discouraged to have more than 1 capture source per scene and your log shows you have multiple. Either create a scene for each game or use the same Game Capture source for all of them. Don't add a Game Capture and Display Capture source to the same scene either;

5) You're recording so, in OBS settings -->Output, change Rate Control to CRF then set it to a value somewhere within 16 to 20 (lower values = higher quality at the cost of filesize).
 
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