Why does my FPS drop when I record?

Why does my FPS drop when I record?

This is happening because recording uses CPU power, so you lose some FPS. You change change your encoding preset to NVENC to stop the FPS loss (will use onboard video enconder on your 1070 GPU) – follow this guide to do that.

What bitrate should I record at for 1080p 60fps?

Active Member. If you’re only recording and not streaming, you don’t use a bitrate. You should use a CRF or CQP level, which uses as much or as little bitrate as is needed to maintain a consistent image quality. Normally between 16-22, with lower being better quality but larger file sizes.

What bitrate is 1080p 120fps?


Capture Resolution and Frame Per Second (fps) Bitrate Level
1080P (120 fps) 13500 Kbps 20250 Kbps
720P (15 fps) 198 Kbps 363 Kbps
720P (24/25/30 fps) 3000 Kbps 5500 Kbps
720P (50/60 fps) 4500 Kbps 8250 Kbps

What bitrate is 1080p OBS?

Output Settings Tab

Video Bitrate Audio Bitrate
1080P 6,000Kbps 128Kbps
720P 3,000Kbps 128Kbps
480P 1,000Kbps 128Kbps
360P 600Kbps 96Kbps

Is a higher bitrate better?

Bitrate is the term used to describe the amount of data being transferred into audio. A higher bitrate generally means better audio quality. “You could have the greatest-sounding recording of all time, but if you played it with a low bitrate, it would sound worse on the other end.”

Is 2500 a good bitrate?

For 720p video at 30 frames per second, a bitrate between 2,500 and 4,000 kbps would do. For 1080p video at 60 frames per second, the recommended bitrate is between 4500 and 6000 kbps. That’s a speed between 5.6 Mbps and 7.4 Mbps.

Does higher bitrate mean better video quality?

A higher bitrate improves the quality of a video at the cost of increasing the file size. It works in correlation with the image resolution. The higher the resolution of your video the higher bitrate you’ll need to make it look good.

Does lowering bitrate lower quality?

Ohhh so higher is better quality. Bitrate is the rate (in bits) you upload data. Higher bitrates mean that you have a smoother stream at higher resolutions, lower bitrates decrease the strain in your network, but you lose out on stream quality.

Does Bitrate affect video quality?

Video bitrate is directly correlated to video quality. Higher the bitrate, higher the video quality. But bitrate is not the only parameter affecting visual quality, pixel also plays a role in video quality. Bitrate is generally represented by kbps which essentially means kb (kilobit) of data per second.

What is highest video quality?

Ultra high-definition video modes

Video mode Frame size in pixels (W×H) Scanning type
2160p (also known as 4K UHD) 3,840×2,160 Progressive
2540p 4,520×2,540 Progressive
4000p 4,096×3,072 Progressive
4320p (also known as 8K UHD) 7,680×4,320 Progressive

Is 2500 bitrate too low?

Full HD with a standard Framerate (1080p, 30fps) > your bitrate should be 3,500 to 5,000 kbps. Regular HD with High Framerate (720p, 60fps) > your bitrate should be 3,500 to 5,000 kbps. Regular HD with Standard Framerate (720p, 30fps) > your bitrate should be 2,500 to 4,000 kbps.

Can I stream at 2500 bitrate?

For streams with 720p resolution and 30fps, you can use a bitrate as low as 2,500 kbps if your internet is particularly weak. But you’ll likely want to up that bitrate to 3,000 to 4,000 kbps. No matter what resolution and fps you stream with, your optimal bitrate will depend on the power of your internet.

What’s the lowest video quality?

720p is the lowest video resolution and is often known as ‘HD’. Though most videos use at least 1080p, 720p (1280 x 720 pixels) is a resolution accepted for small web content. Today, since a majority of computer displays are in HD, the best practice is to use a resolution higher rather than 720p for web and streaming.

Is 4K better than 1080p?

As their names imply, 4K UHD has a considerably higher resolution than 1080P HD video. 4K resolution is exactly 3840 x 2160 pixels, whilst 1080P consists of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The 4K designation refers to the close to 4000 horizontal pixels.

Is HDP better than 1080p?

1080p indicates the number of vertical pixels in an image or a screen. 1080p is High Definition, but if you follow the precise nomenclature technically yes, 1080p (FHD) is better than HD since it corresponds to 720p. However 1080p is often just called HD for short.

Is 4K worth it 2020?

So is buying a 4K still worth it? The quick answer here is yes if you’re planning to take advantage of the 4K resolution. If you don’t, then you’re better off with a 1080p resolution. While 4K models are starting to become more affordable because of commercialization, it’s not in the most affordable pricing yet.

Which is better 4K UHD or OLED?

In looking at standard 4K LED TVs vs 4K OLED TVs, both offer great viewing experiences and improvements over 1080p. But LG OLED technology will truly transform your home entertainment experience with superior blacks, cinematic colors and High Dynamic Range with Dolby Vision support.