you will find a video on how to use NotCPUCores (also with its github link) on my YouTube Channel
set it as i posted before
when streaming on twitch you should use 720p50 or 720p60 - you can watch the playlist on my YT about that (also check out the original files on the googledrive link i provided on those videos)
720p50@4500kbps + 1500kb or 1350kb buffer looks best
use the given settings
I really need to use notcpucores?
For 720p50 what x264 options i use?
4500kbs and 1500kbs buffer?
i use "faster" "main" "none"
x264 options =force-cfr=1 deblock=-3:2 rc-lookahead=10 sync-lookahead=5
i will get a good quality ?
yes you should use NotCPUCores
NotCPUCores will force your game to run on physical cores only = best performance for your game
NotCPUCores will force OBS on 4 SMT-Cores = enough power for x264 encoding and not using the cores the game runs on
when you dont use it you will loose fps in game and also maybe have encoder lag in OBS (as they share the same cores)
your settings are good for 720p50
its nearly max quality you can get ;)
FOR RYZEN 5 2600 USE:
this will give good results
I use like this notcpu
fifa 21 physcial cores 1,3,5,7,9,11 normal
obs non physcial cores 2,4,6,8 above normal
that is diferent what you show me on pictures
i want to use 720p60 , tell me all settings i need , bitrate custom buffer etc ...
thx alot for help me
NotCPUCores is set correctly
as cores 1,3,5,7,9,11 are your 6 physical cores ;)
try these settings:
if getting "encoder lag" (check in OBS log after stream) then use "fast" main" or "faster" "main"
dont forget to set OBS priority to "above normal" or "high" in OBS Advanced tab
also - better use 720p50 - as it gives more bitrate per pixel than 720p60 (as shown here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ9nWzw_bSDEsbUjvBagwa6iskAEkpvcV)
EDIT: ALSO USE "LANCZOS" when rescaling
yes you can use this for 60fps - but you could also simply put in 50fps manually (i guess)