I have default cpu clock speed.I try your settings "x264 CBR
Keyframe Intervall "2"
"veryfast" or "faster"
"baseline" or "main"
tune: "off" or "animation"
x264options: "level=4.2 vbv-init=0.25 ref=3 deblock=-3:2 me=hex merange=24 subme=3 rc-lookahead=0 lookahead_threads=0"
all fine but lot of pixels how i can fix it? change buffer size or bitrate? faster preset eat my 10-15%cpu its ok.
use "baseline" and "faster"
actually for 3800kbps and 800kb buffer you need stable 5MBit/s upload
i will test 720p60@3200kbps with 600kb buffer
have in mind CSGO is a game with very fast changing scenes - those games with low bitrate usually get pretty pixely - but i try to find your sweetspot
mh, i dont have rust - but it looks hard to encode. try "fast" cpu-preset
and i try to improve custom encoder settings with a similar game and your settings
give me 2-3 days for that
p.s. i try fast on 3800 and bufer 800 same quality like faster
+ i disable , uncheck - Dinamically change bitrate to manage congestion ( beta ) and my stream quality stays better.But in OBS i see sometime 0.2% frame drop is critically ?
dropped frames happen for you because you need to reduce bitrate and buffer a little - try 3500kbps + 600kb - this will result in max 4MBit/s instead of 4.5MBit/s
dont activate that option
So help me out here, trying make a rx5700xt endoder look good (ish) on cod warzone specifically in 810, and 860 downscale streaming to twitch. Why? To say i can because im a rabid amd fanboy with a bunch of nvidia buddies rubbing their nvenc chips in my face. Main thing i need to solve is when i turn rapidly, i get pixelation, and obviosly when im by the grass and trees on the map, same problem. Any advice would be superb. Can i do x264? Yes....but i have a specific goal here so i wont be. I can throw whatever bitrate needed at obs just fine, but i assume theres more to it than that
here a quick summary of quality with 6000kbps bitrate and all 4 Encoders:
AMD AMF: 92%
Inten QSV: 90%
best settings for 810p60 or 860p60 with AMD AMF:
ah i see - WHY do you want to use AMD AMF when you can use x264?
x264 has BETTER quality than AMD AMF - especially if you use limited bitrate!
there is no need to use AMF when you want best quality for your stream on a AMD 6C/12T CPU