The NID clip seems to be running at either 48 or 30 frames. It could be many issues, ranging from your Router not being 100MB Local or your OBS was configured to send out the Resolution and Frame as Output instead of Video.Wanted to post my problem with NDI and frame issues here, any advice?
Using a dual PC setup with NDI Scan Convertor and the plugin for OBS on the stream computer. On the gaming output end, I'm outputting 60FPS, but there's no other way to describe it other than the stream just does NOT look 60FPS smooth. Maybe I'm just being too anal about this, but it just looks off to me.
Here's a clip recently (using NDI): https://www.twitch.tv/fathersongami...h35VEt0qs5YTm?filter=clips&range=7d&sort=time
And here's one before when I had one PC (not using NDI): https://www.twitch.tv/fathersongami...lOqHnqlns9iz?filter=clips&range=all&sort=time
Second clip just looks smooth and 60 FPS to me. Am I losin' it?
Also remember that NDI can end up using about 5-10% if your Graphics Card, so if you're already hitting the 100% load it's going to make the issue worse.