We would need an OBS log for more information before attempting to troubleshoot this.Hello all, so I updated to the latest Intel Arc/Iris Xe Graphics Driver 184.108.40.20632 and lost the ability to record with Intel QSV AV1, the option to record/stream with Quicksync h.264 is still there though. I'm using OBS 29 Beta 3 build.
Sorry I wasn't home for a few days... I've since updated to OBS 29 Release, however same issue as beta 3. With latest Intel Arc Driver 220.127.116.1132, Intel QSV AV1 is missing under the Settings>Ouput>Recording tab from OBS 29 Release and Beta 3. Quicksync h.264 is still there though under both Streaming and Recording tabs. If I roll back to a previous Arc driver version (18.104.22.16859) AV1 shows back up in the Recording list. Here is the log from the current new release of OBS 29 running on driver version .4032 from Intel. https://obsproject.com/logs/Sf95Z1OeuGp8M9U1We would need an OBS log for more information before attempting to troubleshoot this.
This sounds like you encountered an issue with the KDE Runtime. That should be resolved whenever you receive the next update for the KDE 6.4 Runtime. For more details, see this thread.I installed obs 29 beta from flatpak on ubuntu 22.04 on a HP laptop with an AMD 5650U with Renoir graphics. obs does not detect hardware encoding ability. I have attached vainfo and obs verbose output.
If it worked in Premiere Pro 14.9 and older, and does not work in 15.0 and newer, that sounds like a regression in Premiere Pro. That said, we are still investigating this, and we are also following the conversation at GitHub Issue 8033.Major Issue with new Hardware ProRes encoder on Mac and multi-track audio recordings inside Premiere Pro.
Versions 15.0+ of Premiere Pro (upto PP 2023 latest) do not play anything other than the first track when ProRes .mkv recordings are made and remuxed to .mov.
Occasionally the audio will play in Premiere Pro, for around 30s-1min or until Premiere Pro Windows focus is lost.
Version 14.9 and below of Premiere Pro operate fine (but are pretty old now so not worth using due to loss of Dynamic Link integration with other Adobe Apps e.g. After Effects).
There is a major issue here, likely due to .mkv timings being limited to ms i.e. only exact divisions of 1000ms return correct frame numbers e.g. 50fps or 62.5fps (likely why recordings at 60fps show as 62.5fps)
.MOV doesn't have this issue it seems but means Mac Hardware ProRes can't be used in a professional workflow due to risk of file loss if .MOV header fails to be written - crash proof recordings essential, which only MKV ensures
Seems there was a similar issue here with the StreamFX FFMPEG implementation of ProRes, and a video of it happening here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/prem...remiere-pro-15-2-opening/m-p/12029163#M345973
Sorry I wasn't home for a few days... I've since updated to OBS 29 Release, however same issue as beta 3. With latest Intel Arc Driver 22.214.171.12432, Intel QSV AV1 is missing under the Settings>Ouput>Recording tab from OBS 29 Release and Beta 3. Quicksync h.264 is still there though under both Streaming and Recording tabs. If I roll back to a previous Arc driver version (126.96.36.19959) AV1 shows back up in the Recording list. Here is the log from the current new release of OBS 29 running on driver version .4032 from Intel. https://obsproject.com/logs/Sf95Z1OeuGp8M9U1
If you want me to roll back the Intel Driver and send you the log for that since that one does have AV1 show up in the recording tab on both beta 3 and Release versions, I can do that as well if you'd like. Thank you guys for a great release as always! Excellent work.
It's important to note that in one log, you are running OBS on the GTX 1660, while the other you are running on the Arc A380. It would be best to compare two OBS logs that were running on the same GPU. Unfortunately, we aren't currently logging the selected codec, so I can't verify by the log which codec you chose.https://obsproject.com/logs/OzBWwGqNDmV0jU8r - OBS 29 Release
Here is the log on Intel Arc Driver: 188.8.131.5259 where all the options show up. Quicksync H.264/HEVC on both Streaming and Recording tabs along with QS AV1 as well under the recording tab. Forgot to mention on the last post that not only was AV1 gone, but QS HEVC was also gone on both Streaming/Recording tabs as well using Intel Arc Driver: 184.108.40.20632
Indeed. That was a bit of an oversight caused by me being a bit swamped and not remembering to change CI. We reverted from Qt 6.4.1 back to Qt 6.3.1 due to a debug assert that occurred in Qt 6.4.1. That issue has been reported to Qt, and they have merged a fix for inclusion in Qt 6.4.3 and 6.5.0.For Plugin developers who also run into this issue: The final OBS Studio 29.0.0 releases uses the 2023-01-06 obs-deps on Windows, instead of the 2022-11-21 obs-deps that are used in the CI workflow.yml file. Mainly affects Qt6Core, which has a conflicting QObject::setObjectName(...) export.