Best settings to stream for i5 4690k and GTX 960 - OBS Studio

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Streaming to YouTube & Twitch with OBS Studio requires an understanding of the various encoder options from x264 to NVENC h.264 and Intel’s Quick Sync H.264 codecs. In this video I will compare the different encoders while playing GTA V and share my optimal settings for performance and quality. I will also cover the basics of how to use OBS Studio for 2016/2017. Thanks for watching, please like, comment, & subscribe. ============================= Table of Contents: ============================= 0:00 - Introduction 0:41 - The Problem: Why I Made This Video 1:27 - OBS Studio Basics 3:00 - The Different Encoders (NVENC H.264, x264, QuickSync H.264) 4:11 - When to Use x264 Flowchart (PC Gaming vs Console Gaming) 5:24 - Streaming Settings: CBR vs VBR & Understanding Bitrate 6:23 - Keyframe Interval, Presets, & Profile (Main vs High) 7:05 - x264's CPU Usage Preset (ultrafast, veryfast, etc.) 9:02 - Side by Side Comparison: x264 vs NVENC on Grand Theft Auto V 11:17 - Benchmarks CPU Usage, GPU Usage, and Framerate 13:23 - What about Quick Sync Video? QuickSync H.264 vs x264 side by side & benchmarks 14:48 - My Optimal Settings Fullscreen & My Hardware (NVENC) 16:10 - NVENC Preset Comparison (Default vs High Quality vs Bluray vs Low Latency) 17:05 - Settings Recap: My Current Favourite Setup 18:04 - Conclusion & the Future ============================= Gear I Use to Make Videos: ============================= ============================= Affiliate Links: ============================= Some of the links in my video descriptions are affiliate links, which means, at no extra cost to you, I will make a small commission if you click them and make a purchase. If you have a different purchase in mind and would still like to support me, you can use these storewide links below. Amazon: B&H Photo: ============================= Social Links & Stuff: ============================= Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Gerald Undone Merchandise: Patreon: ============================= Music: ============================= My fabulous intro music was created specifically for this channel by the talented Damashi. SoundCloud: YouTube: ============================= Observations: ============================= I feel that when capturing while playing on the same PC, x264 requires too much of a CPU commitment to be recommended. I find that at about 4500 Kbps, NVENC looks just as good as x264, but offers much better performance with in some cases up to 35% less CPU utilization. If you are capturing from an external console or PC then x264 might be optimal at low bitrates because the CPU utilization won't be as important, and x264 does look better at bitrates below 3000 Kbps. I think many articles available online are outdated and too harsh on the NVENC h.264 encoder. It's what I'm going to use from now on. =============================

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Today i show you whats the settings i use for streaming and whats the best settings in my opinion to stream with the i5 4690k and gtx 960 2GB.

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