According to this site, my Nvidia MX330 is designed for vending machines or for LEGO toys not for streams...
It is time to buy a new laptop I guess.
The NVIDIA GeForce MX330 does not support NVENC, so it has no encoders. HEVC for QuickSync is not currently available.Looking forward to use the new OBS!
How can I check that my laptop is capable of stream to YouTube in HDR/HLS/HVEC format?
My laptop is
Proc. Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-1065G7 CPU @ 1.30GHz 1.50 GHz
Memory 16,0 GB
64 bit, x64-based processor
The current OBS offers me X264 or Quicksync H264 for streaming and SVT-AV1, AOM-AV1, AV1 (VIA AOM), Apple Prores )Prores_aw, via FFMpeg) for recording.
Thanks in advance!
You need to use an HDR color space such as "Rec. 2100 (PQ)". For any further investigation, we'd need more details on how you're capturing D2. Could you please provide a log file of an OBS session where you captured and recorded it?Trying the new beta specifically for the hdr functionality. Only tried a couple of games so far, hitman 3 looked fine. Destiny 2 still looks pretty bad with hdr enabled in obs. Not sure if that is more so on the D2 side of things, or?
Any chance you would be willing to do some quick checks with me on the discord server? I only ask because I worry we would clog up this chat with a lot of back and forth, and I think we would need a fair bit more info to dig into this.
Is this a normal OBS Studio installer, or is this on Steam, or is this an installer from somewhere else? As far as I know, nothing should be asking for a beta key.So for some reason it's asking me for a Beta Key...which I don't have....>.>
Can someone assist me on this!?
Consider upvoting an Idea for native multiple streaming outputs. Please keep comments in this thread strictly related to the OBS Studio 28 beta releases. Thank you for your understanding.Hello, add please Multiple RTMP outputs plugin by default.
This doesn't sound like anything we ran into in testing. The only way to be sure would be to try a test stream and check the stream or the VOD. If you do find that a strange sound ends up in the actual stream or VOD, please follow-up with us by providing the OBS log file for that session and a link to the VOD. You can follow-up here or in our Discord's server's #beta-testing channel.Hi! with the capture-specific application sound it seems that when recording it makes a buzzing sound. So I am unsure that it would make the same buzzing sound when streaming.
Not a huge issue by any means, I don't stream too much these days anyways, but I was intrigued by the possibility of being able to stream in hdr.You need to use an HDR color space such as "Rec. 2100 (PQ)". For any further investigation, we'd need more details on how you're capturing D2. Could you please provide a log file of an OBS session where you captured and recorded it?
According to my investigation, the OpenVR plugin is not affected by any changes we made, so it should continue to work fine.It would be great if you guys could possibly integrate VR Capture features natively into the OBS builds. Because it's a massive overhaul there's a possibility that the OpenVR plugin may not work anymore. As a VR streamer the OpenVR plugin is necessary so that I could crop out my right eye since the SteamVR capture does not look right when it's displayed in OBS.