I'm by no means an expert on this subject but mpeg4 is not a transport stream container.This is working well for me. Thank you.
Can we change mp2 to aac? or mpeg4 to h264? I am curious about the "Video Encoder Settings", is there any way to tap into ffmpeg here and change the audio/video encoders for UDP stream? Thanks again! Cheers.
I'm having the same issue, I'm on 144hz display @1440p, I've tried many different settings, once anything with motion appears on the frame it bleeds and artifacts drastically. I had the same issue with RTMP but this seems worse possibly due to the container. Not sure.I have some issues setting this up. OBS setup works fine but there seems to be an issue with the output. Every time I'm opening the stream there are huge artifacts in the stream. Didn't make a screenshot yet but the stream looks something like this picture https://i.stack.imgur.com/jAJYI.png
I tried different bitrates from 2500 - 20000 it stays the same. Maybe some problems with 120hz refresh rate?
Maybe someone could help me with this. thanks in advance.
I edited my post, correction mpeg2video to h264. ffmpeg is flexible, it would be cool if we could call in some of those command line options to customize the stream. I think UDP support would be amazing for multi-PC streams!I'm by no means an expert on this subject but mpeg4 is not a transport stream container.
Awesome!! Thanks for taking a look. Thank you also (and the OBS community and developers) for inspiring me to take a closer look at UDP, I am always enthusiastic about trying new methods to increase the quality of our video productions using OBS.I am currently not really active, but to my knowledge, our awesome community member Rodney already made a pull request on github to allow selection of pretty much any codec combination we like: https://github.com/jp9000/obs-studio/pull/804
I hope Jim will have enough time to check out the pr for the next release of OBS.