Question / Help Frame Drop... GPU issue ?

Dudaddy

New Member
Hello,
i've try to stream with OBS Studio and Twitch but i have some Frame drop issues.
In attached you can find the log of my last stream of today.
Please help me because i don't know how to fix that :(

Daniele
 

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Narcogen

Active Member
Also, don't do this:

13:52:54.608: - source: 'Background' (image_source)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Realm Royale' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Fortnite' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Apex' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Quake' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Overwatch' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'PUBG' (game_capture)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Webcam' (dshow_input)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Overlay Image' (image_source)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Social Pop Up' (browser_source)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Creator Code' (browser_source)
13:52:54.608: - source: 'Alerts StreamLabs' (browser_source)
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Use one game capture per scene. Use one and reconfigure it on a per-game basis, or keep individualized game capture sources in separate scenes or scene collections. Multiple game captures in a single scene are non-performant.
 

Dudaddy

New Member
@Narcogen thank you very much for your reply.
About your link i've done everything that is written, the only thing is to slip all my games captur... but could it be the reason ? I've a gtx 1080 and i'm playing everything on low quality... how can i overload my gpu ?? Thats crazy... :(
 
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