@thexihad already answered you on YouTube ;)
Hi there Ben!
I'm in need of your knowledge and encoding powers! Been trying to play around with some settings in OBS but just can't seem to find the best settings for my PC. Could you help me out a little bit? It would be highly appreciated! :D
Trying to find the optimal settings for my 720p 60fps stream. Below you are going to find the settings that I currently use and what is my internet download speed and upload speed. Hope to hear from you soon! Thanks in advance! :D
P.S. Here are the specifications of my PC:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
Mainboard: ASRock X570 Pro4
RAM: 16 GB 1333MHz (I need to upgrade that)
GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700
1. use x264 // no need for AMD AMF with a Ryzen 6C/12T
2. use NotCPUCores: game on physical cores and "normal" prio && OBS on cores 4,6,8,10 with "above normal" prio
3. 720p60 4500kbps (twitch.tv) or 6000kbps (youtube) AND 1500kb or 2000kb Buffer
4. "fast" + "baseline" (or "main") + "none" (or animation)
4b. deblock=-3:2 force-cfr=1
Thanks for the quick response! I will test that today on stream! :)
But I have one more question. Point 2. NotCPUCores with game .exe with all physical cores and OBS on SMT cores. Since my CPU is 6C/12T, my game is going to run the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 physical cores, how can it be, that OBS is going to run from 4, 6, 8, 10, even tho it's 12T? Shouldn't it be, that OBS is going to run from 8, 10, 12? Can you clarify this a little bit more?
Thanks once again! :D
your game runs on core 1,3,5,7,9,11 (all 6 physical cores of both ccx)
OBS runs on core 4,6,8,10 (2 smt-cores per ccx)
all other applications run on smt-cores 2 and 12 (1 smt-core of each ccx)
this is the best settings - your game will have best performance (as it runs on all physical cores) and OBS has the 4 cores (even if its SMT-cores) that it need - and all other stuff like the driver and os and what ever is open too will run on 2 other smt-cores
best would be a 8C/16T cpu with 2 ccx - than you wouldnt have the transfer latency between the 2 CCXs as you run game on core 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15 and OBS on 10,12,14,16 (all from same CCX) and the other programms an OS will also be on on CCX
ps i dont have any ryzen 5000 to test - as their 8C/16T will be on CCX only // this would lower the latency further and improve OBS and Game performance more // but as i said - i cant test that yet
I have trouble streaming since for month with my new setup and never found any good settings.i tried everything and still laggy and pixelated stream always on Twitch 720p60fps or 1080p6pfps there is no matter.
Obs or Obs streamlabs.
My system is
1.Monitor 144 Hz V-sync premium gaming.
2.1080p 60hz for chat or Twitch.
Mobo: Asus Strix b450f gaming.
Ryzen 3600x with dark rock 4 cooler.
Gigabyte Windforce Rx 5600xt
Corsair 16 GB RAM 3200hz..
How can I stream smooth with this system please help.. Thank you
read about what i wrote one post above yours:
use NotCPUCores to game on physical cores and OBS on 4 SMT cores && all other apps on last 2 smt cores
use x264 with 720p60 @4500kbps + 1500kb buffer for twitch.tv // why not 1080p60? because 6000kbps is NOT ENOUGH for good quality 1080p60 // you could stream on YT or YTG with 9000kbps for 1080p60 - this will result in much better quality!
set OBS to:
"faster" or "veryfast" (depends on scene); "baseline" (as this is x264 for streaming); and for "Tune" either use "none" or "animation" (when game is "cartoonish") or use "zerolatency"
What is your upload speed?
I am playing games like Cyberpunk,FIFA,Valorant
I just Set these settings Rate Control: CBR? and Key Frame 0 ?
Download Speed:450 MB
Upload Speed 60: MB
ok so far - BUT set keyframe interval to 2s