dont you get it
CPU x264 Software is a PROGRAMM that runs code through the CPU to encode the video
AMD AMF is run on a hardware chip with limited instructions - that was specifically designed for that purpose - it only can do what it was made for
there is a reason why x264 takes ~15-25% CPU and AMF takes <1%
well - some stuff can be done by CPU (like color conversion etc) - but what you want would result in a sync problem
and as h264 encoding is done by GPU i highly doubt that HDR content would be possible with help of cpu
yet, if you own a 12T or more CPU i think you should be able to use x264 10bit for your encoding - without big impact on games.
yet its not the same as using AMF.
Sorry i deleted my previous reply asking how and if both gpu hardware and cpu can be coupled, i replied because thought you were replying to me.
actually the reply was to you
have a nice evening
So I just ran into this thread trying to find a solution to my HDR gaming recording problems. ^^ Seems like this Problem from 2018 is still a topic today. WOW
I just have the same issues. washed out, faded grey capture videos.
Does anyone have a solution to this? maybe encoding the video afterwards?
Or does anyone got the OBS settings the right, working way?
Cheers from Berlin, stay healthy!