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  • #91
    Dang. I feel like I failed college just now.

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    • #92
      So I got it to work but I take a 65 fps hit in performance (around 90-100 fps). Is there a way to maintain decent recording quality while only suffering ~10fps?

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      • #93
        Do you have Constant BitRate disabled, such that Variable BitRate will capture only what's changing?

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        • #94
          Yes, cbr has been disabled.

          Originally posted by Wyzcrak View Post
          Do you have Constant BitRate disabled, such that Variable BitRate will capture only what's changing?

          https://i.imgur.com/aTLIIHN.png

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          • #95
            The chosen encoder can strongly affect your performance drop. x264 is a software-based encoder and uses your CPU heavily and will compete with other processes. Nvenc uses a hardware encoder built in to Nvidia GPUs, and Intel quick sync video (QSV) uses a hardware encoder built in to the CPU. QSV requires your integrated graphics to be enabled in the BIOS. When you use x264 you should be aware of x264 profiles that trade quality for speed like "ultrafast" which is the fastest but lowest quality, then "superfast" after that and "veryfast" after that. I suggest trying all the encoder options and seeing which you like best.

            Encoding at a lower resolution and lower frame rate will strongly reduce the load on your system and make the FPS hit smaller. I don't know about you but I can barely tell the difference between 30 and 60 fps in a youtube video, even one of NS2.

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