Quasimiyao

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About Quasimiyao

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  1. reshade

    Would like to know this aswell. I doubt you can combat the dark any better using that than tweaking things like gamma and brightness in drivers anyway. So souldnt give any unfair advantage, just tweaking the graphics for personal preference, and making it look even better for those of us that have hardware to push it further ---------------------------------------- Check out my YouTube channel for some Tarkov action: https://www.youtube.com/user/Quasimiyao
  2. Post your RIG.

    i7 6770K Asus MAximus VIII Hero Alpha 32 GB Kingston HyperX DD4 2666 Mhz Nvidia GTX 1080 bunch of SSD's Asus PG278QR main monitor
  3. What recording program do you use?

    When recording with OBS I would suggest using mkv instead of mp4. If for some reason you get a problem, like software crashing, pc chrashing or anything like that, a mp4 file is then pretty much lost. Close to impossible recovering that file without issues, but with mkv u can still use the file even if you didnt stop the recording properly. And you can remux the mkv to mp4 with OBS afterwards, or just do your editing straight from the mkv, as I do. ____________________________ Check out my youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/Quasimiyao
  4. What recording program do you use?

    Are you using software encoding? Or are you using Quicksync or Nvidia's nvenc? I'm not sure exactly what performance loss I get when recording, but its not that much for sure. But I know OBS use very little resources compared to Xsplit. Dont know how action compares when it comes to resource usage tho. ____________________________ Check out my youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/Quasimiyao
  5. What recording program do you use?

    OBS Studio works great for recording videos for my Youtube channel. Also works great for streaming. Using nvenc, as I have a nvidia 1080, but can also use intels quicksync. Both of those means using dedicated hardware in either the GPU or CPU, so performance is about the same as Shadowplay. With and AMD Radeon card, you can use the AMD Advanced Media Framework Encoder Plugin for OBS, so you use the dedicated encoding hardware in your card instead of your CPU. Recording in resolutions like 2k+ in 60 fps and high bitrates uses loads of CPU resources, so being able to use dedicated hardware blocks in either CPU or GPU means much less to no loss in performance And its really easy to setup. If you get black screen like one poster here, just change the settings to game capture and point it to the game's exe file. Got any questions, feel free to ask ____________________________ Check out my youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/Quasimiyao