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Discussion in 'Past Stream Highlights' started by Tyrel, May 2, 2017.
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What game is this? looks sort of like cs:go had a baby with that other knight game. little advice about the quality. 720/60fps needs 7200kbps to be hdv and not have pixelation. 720/45fps needs 5,4000kbps to be hdv 720/30fps needs 3,600kbps to be hdv if you're doing any downscale, make sure its on lanzcos filtering for the best quality. Following these metrics will make your live streams and recordings look amazing. Most pixelation happens when moving around due to not having enough data per frame. If twitch is the only platform you stream on, stay at or under 5,500kbps, all other platforms for streaming don't have a limit. Twitch considers anything above 6,000kbps as an attack on their service and typically will boot your stream offline. they are still in the stone ages of streaming.
That game is Mirage: Arcane Warfare and I maybe getting some more beta keys for my stream (MAY). Isn't the then max bitrate 3,500kbps or people start buffering a lot? I would like to get great quality video but I don't want to leave out the people with bad connection.
3,500kbps is 3.5mb so unless they are on super crap internet, no. the only people that really have an issue, are those on much older cellphones or really garbage cell internet speeds. but most people use wifi or can at least use the video options to lower the quality. so when you're streaming they can adjust the bitrate on their own. I don't bother catering to people with crap interenet, makes my past recordings look bad, and that directly reflects on the streamer.
But people can't Adjust the bitrate on their own unless you are partnered
almost every stream gets encoding now days even if not, who doesn't have at bare min 10mb download speed in this day and age?
I had a 2.5mb up until this December and that was above Avg for Canada but how did you get encoding?
up is not what is used for watching. Watching is download, most ISPs have no less than 10mb when they are a micro company, but the vast majority have as their default plan 50-100 for NA download speed. upload is your outbound data, so that's only something that affects you as a streamer in how much data you can push to the stream. Or in my case, how fast i can upload files to the USN website, or others i run. Transcoding is auto. provided you stream normally, or even just for a little while, you get it pretty much automatically. this has been normal on twitch for maybe a year or so now.
Ok thanks my dude
So what Fps do you think I should use for this game 60?
If twitch is your main place, 720/45fps with 5,400kbps If you don't have that much upload speed, then you'll want to adjust the resolution and fps down to what would fit your upload speed.
ok I will try it by the way I have 10 upload Thanks
one last thing your link here is wrong can fix that under https://unitedstreamers.net/account/contact-details