How to lower OBS's CPU Usage using your Nvidia GPU

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**This fix only works for users who own & use an Nvidia graphics card . If I find a fix with AMD cards, I will be sure to post a video on it.**

If you are tired of OBS using a large chunk of your CPU while streaming or recording then look no further. This fix will drastically drop the load from your CPU while utilizing your GPU as the main encoder.

If you run into issues or do not understand most of the lingo in this video, feel free to check out the link, it will explain the differences between the settings and what/how they are to be used.

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