OBS Closing on its own. (Logs attached)

Krioss

New Member
Hello there,

I have run into an issue where OBS will simply close while streaming. No lag, stutter or indication whatsoever is present before OBS simply closes. It does appear to be providing Crash Logs which I have attached. I have not overclocked anything on this PC.

Note* I am using a rolled back graphics Nvidia driver due to the current driver having issue with the game I am currently streaming (Destiny 2).
Note2* This is a DUO stream setup and is utilizing an NDI plugin to capture my wife's gameplay.

Please let me know if any further information is necessary.
 

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Krioss

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Streamdeck plugin is crashing
Alright, after a couple of streams things looked good but the problem duplicated again tonight. Stream Crashed twice with no apparent indicator. I actually have not been running the Stream Deck for the past few streams in hopes to alleviate the problem. I'm attaching the new crash logs.
 

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koala

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It crashes within the win-capture-audio plugin connected with the ndi plugin. Your first crash was within the streamdeck plugin connected with the ndi plugin. Seems the ndi plugin isn't working that stable in connection with other plugins that also work on audio and video data.
 

Krioss

New Member
It crashes within the win-capture-audio plugin connected with the ndi plugin. Your first crash was within the streamdeck plugin connected with the ndi plugin. Seems the ndi plugin isn't working that stable in connection with other plugins that also work on audio and video data.
I see, so common dominator appears to be the NDI Plugin in all circumstances. I believe I will move to capture card to completely remove the NDI plugin from the equation.

Thank you for the quick reply.
 
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