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Stream Settings ?

Hey guys so ive streamed for a couple of days on streamlabs obs and ive had some settings that were okay , the stream was good looking and no stutters / fps / lag there but in game only on my monitor ingame i had some stutter issuess and i dont know why so i have decided to delete all setting and ask you guys for help to make new settings those are my pc specs and monitor and internet speed : and another thing is i also have the game im streaming capped at 80 fps since there isnt a 75 fps option

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Just now, ShortRouter said:

Did you try enabling game mode in Windows 10 settings?

turns out i had it enables all the time

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1 minute ago, ShortRouter said:

ok. Try turn on v-sync in the game and lower ingame settings a bit.

why tho? if i uncap the fps ill have 250 fps but i just cap it to 80 bec i got 75 monitor

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1 minute ago, Grand Laner said:

why tho? if i uncap the fps ill have 250 fps but i just cap it to 80 bec i got 75 monitor

You get tearing and stutter because your fps is too high. if you turn on vsync it should go away. Unless you need very high fps for competitive gaming then you need to live with stutters. Make sure you have newest graphics drivers.

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1 minute ago, ShortRouter said:

You get tearing and stutter because your fps is too high. if you turn on vsync it should go away. Unless you need very high fps for competitive gaming then you need to live with stutters. Make sure you have newest graphics drivers.

so i should just turn on vsync?

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4 minutes ago, Grand Laner said:

so i should just turn on vsync?

yeah, except for competitive shooters like cs:go

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5 minutes ago, ShortRouter said:

yeah, except for competitive shooters like cs:go

i play stuff like league of legends / starcraft 2 / valorant and sometimes warzone

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14 minutes ago, Grand Laner said:

i play stuff like league of legends / starcraft 2 / valorant and sometimes warzone

for valorant and warzone vsync is not good. In league you can lock fps at 144 / 200 / 240.

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3 minutes ago, ShortRouter said:

for valorant and warzone vsync is not good. In league you can lock fps at 144 / 200 / 240.

even tho i have 75 hz monitor ?

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42 minutes ago, ShortRouter said:

for valorant and warzone vsync is not good. In league you can lock fps at 144 / 200 / 240.

or do u mean to set the fps cap at 144 and turn on vsync so it will be 75 fps?

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  • 3 weeks later...

change your encoder to nvenc. do not use software x264 if you're using the same pc to play games and also stream.

all is explained here: https://stream.twitch.tv/encoding/

 

edit: never use vsync, uncap your framerate. unless you get unbearable screen tearing, vsync should never ever be enabled.

Edited by rikupone
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