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Cant stream Warzone?

  • 24 March 2020
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Hey guys!

 

i have recently started streaming a month ago and haven’t had many problems running fortnite most days through stream labs, but as soon as I switch to warzone I get frame drops, poor quality  stream it sometimes says I’m live but you go to the stream and it’s completely frozen on the viewers end of things. I have searched far and wide for a solution/changed  graphics settings to try and fix the issue but can’t seem to succeed.

 

does anyone have any ideas that may help?

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Best answer by SecSeaBeast 23 May 2020, 01:37

Hey all!

When troubleshooting issues such as this, it is imperative that we know if it is skipped, lagged, or dropped frames as they are all very different when it comes to resolving the issue. 

Since you mentioned stuttered frames, I would suggest a few things that may help.
` Lock your FPS in-game to 60
` Right click Streamlabs OBS and choose to run it an administrator
` Try lowering your in-game settings to all low.
` Disable Game Bar <https://prnt.sc/s6f4rx> & Game Mode <https://prnt.sc/s6f3wm> in Windows
` Lowering your encoder settings or changing encoders in Streamlabs OBS (Settings > Output > Encoder)
` Look to see if there are any Windows updates available.
` Make an entirely new scene collection and be conservative when adding your sources.
` Please do a custom clean install of your graphics diver following these steps exactly. If you have GeForce Experience open that and download the latest driver. After downloading the driver choose a custom installation <https://prnt.sc/r9lhv8> After that select a clean install <https://prnt.sc/r9lj1i>.
` Grab a fresh installer from Streamlabs.com and reinstall the program.
` Reinstall your C++ redistributables <https://howto.streamlabs.com/streamlabs-obs-19/microsoft-visual-c-redistributable-2017-1684>
` Enabling Performance Mode* in Streamlabs OBS * (Right-click in the blank space, in the Editor Tab, next to the preview window) <https://prnt.sc/s6f2nw>
` Restart your computer

Guide for improving performance and frames: <https://howto.streamlabs.com/streamlabs-obs-19/dropped-frames-cpu-gpu-issues-and-improving-stream-quality-48>

For further assistance, please join us on discord or submit a ticket.

Tickets: https://support.streamlabs.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

Thanks!

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Hey there!

For Call of Duty Warzone and it being a new game, we recommend disabling Vulkan at this time and trying a Window or Display Capture.
Do you have a recording of this vod for us to use as a reference? 

Additionally, have you tried adjusting the in-game graphics and render? 
Which encoder are you using to stream with and which output resolution are you using?
 

 

 

Trying to upload a video of what happens now but just incase i cant

It just stutters really bad, pretty much unviewable on the recipients end. frames drop, and it says the stream is running at red for most part in streamlabs at the bottom left hand corner 

I have tried to change some ingame graphics settings numerous times following some youtube videos but if there is any that you may recommend me to try i can test them also

Am really new to straming

but i have the same problem and i have good rig

i5 8600k 4.8gz

16gb ram

rtx 2060

etc etc…

the only thing making it better is bloking your frames until you see it streams smoothli

sorry for my englesh hehehe

Watch this easy 1 step tutorial, dont mess with game capture or anything in the display capture, leave on display capture and go to your ingame settings and change it from fullscreen in graphics to extended fullscreen window

Userlevel 5

Hey all!

When troubleshooting issues such as this, it is imperative that we know if it is skipped, lagged, or dropped frames as they are all very different when it comes to resolving the issue. 

Since you mentioned stuttered frames, I would suggest a few things that may help.
` Lock your FPS in-game to 60
` Right click Streamlabs OBS and choose to run it an administrator
` Try lowering your in-game settings to all low.
` Disable Game Bar <https://prnt.sc/s6f4rx> & Game Mode <https://prnt.sc/s6f3wm> in Windows
` Lowering your encoder settings or changing encoders in Streamlabs OBS (Settings > Output > Encoder)
` Look to see if there are any Windows updates available.
` Make an entirely new scene collection and be conservative when adding your sources.
` Please do a custom clean install of your graphics diver following these steps exactly. If you have GeForce Experience open that and download the latest driver. After downloading the driver choose a custom installation <https://prnt.sc/r9lhv8> After that select a clean install <https://prnt.sc/r9lj1i>.
` Grab a fresh installer from Streamlabs.com and reinstall the program.
` Reinstall your C++ redistributables <https://howto.streamlabs.com/streamlabs-obs-19/microsoft-visual-c-redistributable-2017-1684>
` Enabling Performance Mode* in Streamlabs OBS * (Right-click in the blank space, in the Editor Tab, next to the preview window) <https://prnt.sc/s6f2nw>
` Restart your computer

Guide for improving performance and frames: <https://howto.streamlabs.com/streamlabs-obs-19/dropped-frames-cpu-gpu-issues-and-improving-stream-quality-48>

For further assistance, please join us on discord or submit a ticket.

Tickets: https://support.streamlabs.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

Thanks!