All thanks to wdm again as it don't happen in windows 7 and 8. My pc's also a laptop, but as I said before,the game doesn't lag at all. My viewers say the stream isn't lagging, so it is something on my end that I need to fix. For graphics lag, the most important update is a new and more powerful graphics card. It's to do with how many bits need to go up the pipe to twitch. I can now record videos without lag or freezing! Configuration of streaming is really difficult. I hope with this article, I can give you a clue if you are in the same spot.
Solution: The first step is to optimize your Windows settings so that your system operates as efficiently as possible. Set it up so the stream to Twitch is placed at the lowest priority, and possibly a capped upload rate. Hopefully I can find some help here! Changing the camera's Video Format might also help, though it may affect image quality or framerate. Poor quality streams will also limit your ability to engage your followers and turn them into fans. Feel free to dm me if you need any other help.
This saves us a little bit of time. First, make sure to check out. Because it's a general term and not particularly descriptive. I was having the same problem for a long time. Lower bitrate Streamers tend to use higher bitrate to enhance video quality but lead to dropped frames. I do this because for me atleast it has decreased processor use.
If you check with others on the server and they're also experiencing the same problem, the server is to blame and you may need to find another server or wait it out. Your Ping is usually on the scoreboard To find out your ping on a server, check for a Ping column in the game's server browser, or on the scoreboard. This is a quick guide I threw together to take people through some basic troubleshooting on their own. If you don't want audio, select don't capture. It's a windows problem not a obs problem.
Thanks to and Conceptional for the art! Apparently running the script in that reddit thread fixed this very issue for her but I am apprehensive of trying it myself. The best obs settings also requires great pc specs. You can see that there are several areas which could be to blame for game data not flowing smoothly through your system. This completely fixed any stuttering for me. Below is the preferred setting for 1080p and 720p computer resolution. Example 2: This time you're the one in the sniper's sights, and you're out in the open. Temporarily uninstall your security software.
When I try to record for using I get a higher ping than the usual, when people out there doesn't experience any difficulties. You have to frame lock the game down to 60fps if it running over 60 Originally posted by : ok thanks. This can ruin the experience of playing any game. Especally if you have a second display. It's a windows problem not a obs problem. Controlling your character on screen doesn't feel sharp and snappy, even after you've adjusted the mouse sensitivity setting. Change them, if you find the issue.
Not sure it would help, but I know it's working for me. Any higher than that and you may experience lag. You get several video streaming options like custom transitions, correction tools, and different filters on audio and video, blending, and more. Im seriously thinking about giving this up and only do local recordings. Follow the setting above, and you should be getting the best obs settings available. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. It provides you with the facility to record the live videos, or in better words, it is a live streaming video platform.
. Are you saying if I stream with game capture I won't have an issue with two monitors? I switched from intel to the Ryzen 7. But I don't I think. I mean, how can i get better results on my old ~5years computer then my new 2 year old? Speedrunning is a play-through of a video game performed with the intent of completing a goal as fast as possible. The game runs a smooth 60 fps when i'm not recording or streaming, that's why it's a bit strange and i don't really blame it on my computer. You have to tweak your settings a little bit, this is just a guideline and to show you what did the trick for me. Set base canvas to 1920x1080, set output to 1280x720.
Obviously the quality of the stream will decrease as well, but you can't get all at the same time. I've got 12Meg down, but only 700k up. Fixes the whole capture lagg issue. Fix run 60 hz across the board while streaming. Set Encoding Profile to Main 12. Step 7- Lastly click on Apply.