Posts by ciommi

    Yes I have the same resolution on both then should be fine. Anyway twitch support (officially) only 25,30,50 and 60 fps. But i think i can try 57 anyway. A lot of people streaming in 900p or even in 936p, then i think i can do everything.

    Oh ok, I'll stick with none then, do you think subme is really important and pump down other settings instead?

    Right now I'm using this:

    "1080p59.94 fps

    Bicubic filter

    Color 709 partial

    Preset: veryfast

    Profile: none

    CRF: 22

    Bitrate: 7777kbps

    Buffer: 3500kbps

    Keyint: 2 (twitch want this)



    me=umh subme=5 chroma_me=0 bframes=5 b-adapt=1 ref=3 aq-mode=1 aq-strength=1.1

    deblock=0:0 trellis=2 direct=temporal cabac=1"

    done like 10 hours stream with this right now with no losing frames, stream looks good and I'm pretty happy with it, but if u think I can pump up subme and turn down other things for better result, then better.

    At the end, I don't know how to thank you, you replied to everything I asked ❤️ and even if I'm not an expert, I'm in love with this forum, thanks to you.. Thanks for all the time you dedicated to me and (plot twist) I love your avatar, even if I don't know the anime. Have a good day,


    Yes and I love the fact that on non-movement scenes the bitrate is lower, without losing quality. But on hard scenes don't know if the quality beat nvenc.

    edit: I'll test 900p with your preset today, maybe I can go higher then veryfast.

    edit2: why not profile high? just asking

    Oh yea, amd rocks and Intel money grab start end finally.

    BTW, actually I have no money to spend on a new cpu 😭 so is there a way to beat new nvenc chip with my 8 core 16 thread or do I have to wait to upgrade the gpu on my stream rig with a nvenc card? The good thing is that new 3000 series doesn't have a better nvenc quality but still the same, then I could put a 1650 super (soon cheaper) on my stream rig and be fine.

    Anyway I'm still mad, I can run 8k medium high profile cbr and probably really close to nvenc quality, but I was dreaming about a secret command that can beat nvenc, abuse vbr to win this war 😭 but u telling me that for beat that fu**ing nvidia need a 24+ core cpu and for me it's not worth anymore, nvidia won this time Feelsbadman

    For now, at least until I'll have money to spare, I'll try to go in 900p, where as I know, nvenc shine less or atlest 8k bitrate will look good and smooth, at least on smartphones 🤷

    Ok i'm gonna try that. Maybe leaving the "mbtree" part. 8k bitrate is already too low for 1080p60fps, what's the best commands for best quality generating the lowest bitrate? Thanks iAvoe <3


    btw i need to put "2" in keyframe, as twitch need that.

    edit2: ABR or VBR?

    Ok, i'm here after a lot of testing.

    Last preset you gave me hit a lot on cpu, losing frames. I had to go on veryfast, and even go down on subme 5 to give me a window for hard foliage scene.

    I'm using this for my 1080p60 stream

    CPU Preset: veryfast

    Profile: none

    CRF: 22

    Bitrate: 7777kbps

    Buffer: 3500kbps

    Keyint: 0 "Auto"



    me=umh subme=5 chroma_me=0 bframes=5 b-adapt=1 ref=3 aq-mode=1 aq-strength=1.1

    deblock=0:0 trellis=2 direct=temporal cabac=1

    Stream looks really fine, still not perfect but the 8k bitrate should be better for something like 1600x800 resolution. I wanna keep 1080p for better youtube editing.

    The bitrate control seems perfect and my cpu hit max 90% on high foliage intensive scenes. With veryfast and subme=6 i was fine but sometimes the cpu hit 100% losing some frame, and i cant risk.

    Tell me if there is a better compromise instead subme to decrease for get some perfomance room.

    No luck on fast, even faster, unlucky :( But maybe i can overclock a bit in the future.

    Btw i'm streaming Call of duty warzone right now, and if i can help, you are welcome.

    Thanks for u help, lovely forum <3

    Thanks a lot for your help. I dont need any fps limiter cause the cpu is on a full streaming dedicated rig, means i have a capture card and the game running on another pc.

    Anyway i always try the stream recording locally, using the "use streaming encoder" for recording.

    I just dont get the "1920x1032 57fps" if i capture in 1080p. Pls tell me more. For now I'll try that in 1080p cause twitch standards are 16:9

    I usually use CBR, but now i'm going to test your settings in vbr. I'm exited, thank so much!


    Ok i tried the parameters and runs ok, the bitrate fluctuate from 7k to 8k on fast scenes using veryfast, cpu hit max 40% max. Then i tried medium and still 0 lose frames with max 50% cpu, the bitrate fluctuate from 6k to 7k on fast scenes. Then i tried slow, but i started lose frames. The quality look meh, a lot of blocks probably worse than standard normal medium preset, maybe the high profile it's worth a lot?

    Maybe I can leave veryfast and pump other settings? waiting ur thoughts, sempai, thanks so much

    Goodmorning, sorry i'm new. Amazing post, thanks for posting this.

    I'm a twitch streamer, whats the best commands for help high motion games? maybe i have to work on Motion search Adaptive Quantization and Loop Filter?

    If u have any advice would be amazing

    edit: are the commands in order of cpu hungry from the top to the bottom or are they random? whats the lightest? I have a 1800x dedicated streaming pc 8core 16 thread, streaming 1080p60 8000k bitrate. Thanks again and sorry for my english