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#1 Dagin

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 07:33 PM

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Using Open Broadcaster.

First time streaming got it up and running put ping goes up to 300s after a bit? Any tips or helpful ideas for optimal settings to stream? Thanks

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#2 Conyayeast

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 04:36 AM

You should be able to stream at decent settings.

With your internet and system I'd try these settings.

Encoding Tab:

Quality Balance: 6

Max Bitrate: 2400

Buffer Size: 2200

Codec: MP3

Bitrate: 192

Video Tab:

Resolution Downscale: 1.50 1280x720

FPS: 30fps

I use these settings on a severely less powerful system, and I'm able to stream without any problem.

Doesn't look half bad either.

With you system though you may be able to stream in 1080p.
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Posted 21 March 2013 - 04:24 AM

First thing I notice is that you said your ping jumped up, considering the default OBS settings are at 1000 kbit each (iirc?) your internet probably doesn't have enough upload speed to support streaming. a 3mbps upload minimum is a good place to start for a 720p stream if you've got other people using the internet as well and don't want to lag it up too much.
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