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Heynoway #1 Posted 11 July 2020 - 06:47 PM

    Corporal

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    12-22-2012

System 

Single Pc stream - Streaming to Twitch

Amd Ryzen 7 2700 Eight-Core 3.65
Msi GeForce RTX 2070 Super
Corsair Vengeance C16 32 GB 2 x 8 DDR4
Asus MG278Q, 27 Inch 144hz 1ms

 

Using Streamlabs 

Nvenc Enabled

Rate control CBR

Keyframe 2

Preset Max Quality

Profile High

Bitrate 6000

Look ahead Disabled

Psycho visual tuning Enabled

Max B frames 2

Enforce streaming service encoder settings Disabled

 

Video 

1920 - 1080 - 60 fps

Downscale filter 16 samples

 

The quality when moving is very bad :( Now these settings I use are perfect on other games like Apex, MW, ect. Now I understand these maps and details are hard to stream and even big streamers have issues. I'm looking to stream at 1920-1080 at 48fps or 60 if possible. If anyone can give me any tips it be much appreciated.

 

Thanks


Edited by Heynoway, 11 July 2020 - 07:16 PM.


call_me_ShockZz #2 Posted 16 July 2020 - 05:15 AM

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From what I can tell you are using NVENC, which is the Nvidia Encoder. That means all the video encoding is done by your GPU instead of being run on the CPU (i.e. software). The GPU already has enough work to do in WoT and considering that you have a 144Hz monitor you probably aren't running a frame cap on less than that, which basically means that your GPU is already running on 80-90% load from the game alone. Although granted your settings are set to very low for a GPU like that and if you are using a frame cap it probably won't be that high. Lots of talk, what I'm trying to say is your GPU is running a marathon, turn off NVENC and use the software encoders.

Heynoway #3 Posted 19 July 2020 - 11:01 PM

    Corporal

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Yeah I managed to run it at 120 capped frames, 48fps on stream with the 1080. Was more curious how others were streaming 60fps. I'm also running a rtx 2070 so it has a separate chip to encode with. But thanks for the advice :) 

Anyone else looking for my fix atm 

 

Using Streamlabs 

Nvenc Enabled

Rate control CBR

Keyframe 2

Preset Max Quality

Profile High

Bitrate 6000

Look ahead Disabled

Psycho visual tuning Enabled

Max B frames 2

Enforce streaming service encoder settings Disabled

 

 

Video 

1920 - 1080 - 48 fps

Downscale filter 16 samples

Use game settings I've posted above.

 

 

 


Edited by Heynoway, 19 July 2020 - 11:02 PM.





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