hi again i want ask about levels for 720p/60 use level 4.2 or 3.2 ? 4.2 beter quality ? i read its for 1080p and for 720p/60 normal is level 3.2
one last question, if i want to up my bitrate a tad, lets say i hopped over on mixer for the day and upped the bitrate to 7 or 8k would i keep the same settings or mess with the vbv buffer etc at all? also while i dont have a firm grasp of it, from the way the description reads open cl transfer and conversion sounds like a good thing enabled, whats the science behind leaving them disabled?
7000kbps should be used with 2333kb buffer
8000kbps should be used with 2666kb buffer
OpenCL Transfer & Conversion should only be used if your CPU stuggles with AMFenc - like even a Phenom-9350e (4x 2GHz) wouldnt struggle if "Multicore" option is enabled
OR it would make sense if you have an APU like Ryzen 5 3400G + RX5500XT - than you would run the Game on all 8 Threads and on RX5500XT dGPU while AMD AMFenc runs with OpenCL T&C on APUs iGPU
SAME goes for Laptops with AMD APUs and dGPU
still have a pit of pixel mash on cod warzone when turning etc, especially around the trees, should give these settings a worl on warzone since its free to play if you have time, not sure if its something than cant be tweaked or avoided. can view my latest vod to see the settings in action if you like at www.twitch.tv/ibluespectre
please show me your settings
also please uncheck: "enforce streaming settings"
btw - on my YT channel will be a video of Witcher 3 with 9000kbps uploaded - even there is a little pixelation at plants
Im at work currently so i can't take a quick capture of it, but i copied your setting completely line by line cept im doing 7k bitrate on 2333 buffer, and already had enforce clicked off. I only pc stream so color space is set to 709 and full instead of partial if that matters