Quicksync won't help with dropped frames. Dropped frames are network relatedyes Jim but does simple still allow me to record multiple audio tracks? also from where i stand i can't adjust teh presets, nor does it show or tell me what settings they use so i can't even guess as to what they do to try and fine tune things.
i've been having a problem with dropped frames so i'm trying out quicks
but anyway, would be nice if i could see what settings each preset applies because then i could better guess as to what each setting does. in general i don't trust presets, even on other programs unrelated to recording. i just don't trust that people know what i want, but i'll give it a try just to see if it's better. However in this case i can't learn from it if i can't see what it's doing
i only record, i don't stream. Which if you haven't guessed, can still get dropped frames. Might otherwise be known as duplicated frames? Which is annoying because i record to my C Drive which is an SSD and the game is on my D drive.Quicksync won't help with dropped frames. Dropped frames are network related
I used both internal and external capture card in the past, all I had to do was (prepare to get yourself shocked) plug the HDMI cable in said cards and output it back to my display (near zero latency passthrough is real). you could also use a different output port to clone the one you're gaming on and (prepare to get shocked again), you don't need to rely on passthrough neither HDMI split.A capture card will not help in most cases. Capture cards are for getting external video sources, not ones on the same pc. What processor do you have
Wasting? First of all both cards I used had Dedicated Hardware to encode audio and video from it's input, so CPU and GPU were not used for encoding. All that was left for the CPU was get the encoded result and stream over to a file on the Hard Drive. One of the capture devices I used even had a SD card slot, not even file writing was done by the PC since it could write the encoded video in a SD Card. I don't see resources being wasted. Specially in the last case.Yeah, but if you're capturing input from the same pc the card is on, youre (gasp) wasting resources