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Ryzen 1700 OBS recording issue

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System specs:

 

Ryzen 1700 3.8ghz

16gb Ram

gtx 1080

 

Currently recording attempting to record Battlefield 5 at 1080p 60fps but running into issues. After attempting to use all online solutions nothing has helped. I'm playing around 95-130 fps but when recording the game feels choppy to me. Why at such a high framerate? My video is also produced choppy when viewing the playback. 

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19 minutes ago, 112824_1454180216 said:

After attempting to use all online solutions nothing has helped.

Which ones are they? This doesn't help us much to narrow down the problem.

20 minutes ago, 112824_1454180216 said:

My video is also produced choppy when viewing the playback.

What encoder are you using?
Are you playing in fullscreen or windowed? If windowed, do you have the preview hidden or visible?

Does it feel choppy at 720p60? What about 1080p30 or 1080p48?

Do you have any resource intensive widgets?

What's the CPU usage when recording? What's the CPU usage preset you have selected in OBS?

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I usually edit my posts immediately after posting them, as I don't check for typos before pressing the shiny SUBMIT button.

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We're going to need some more details if you want some help. ;)

 

What are your OBS settings?

What does "feels choppy" mean?

 

Screenshots of your settings and a clip of the choppy recording would be a plus.

 

-KuJoe

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are you using x264 or nvenc? there're many profiles x264 uses, ranging from very fast to placebo. the faster the encoding the lighter the load is, and ofc the quality hurts. for real time encoding it's recommend to use fast, CBR, 5000kbps+, leave other things default.

why everybody post the spec of their rig here? i dont! cuz its made of mashed potatoes!

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