Your log contains streaming sessions with dropped frames. This can only be caused by a failure in your internet connection or your networking hardware. It is not caused by OBS. Follow the troubleshooting steps at: Dropped Frames and General Connection Issues
You are running an old version of OBS Studio (27.2.4). Please update to version 29.1.1 by going to Help -> Check for updates in OBS or by downloading the latest installer from the downloads page
and running it.
At least one of your audio devices has a sample rate that doesn't match the rest. This can result in audio drift over time or sound distortion. Check your audio devices in Windows settings (both Playback and Recording) and ensure the Default Format (under Advanced) is consistent. 48000 Hz is recommended.
OBS Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Headset Earphone (Wireless Controller): 32000 Hz
Headset Microphone (Wireless Controller): 16000 Hz
Microphone (USB 2.0 Camera): 48000 Hz
ASUS VA27EHE (NVIDIA High Definition Audio): 48000 Hz
Your gigabit-capable network card is only connecting at 100mbps. This may indicate a bad network cable or outdated router / switch which could be impacting network performance.
Framerates other than 30fps or 60fps may lead to playback issues like stuttering or screen tearing. Stick to either of these for better compatibility with video players. You can change your OBS frame rate in Settings -> Video.
Display and Game Capture Sources interfere with each other. Never put them in the same scene.
You are running Windows 10 21H2, which will be supported by Microsoft until June 2023.
OBS is not running as Administrator. This can lead to OBS not being able to Game Capture certain games. If you are not running into issues, you can ignore this.