I'm having problems setting up obs please can anyone help me

Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/1/2020, 12:24 PM

Last two weeks I imported a screen recording from obs in to vp and whan I change the preview to Auto it looks pixelated when I change it to best full its OK and than the file size is big and it make it hard to send via we transfer or upload to drop box i have someone who sends me a video from obs he has no problem sending it to me he zip it up to make the file size small but he using a mac do I need to change my settings or something in obs

 

 

 

 

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Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/1/2020, 1:18 PM

Any help i need to fix this ASAP please

Chief24 wrote on 8/1/2020, 2:20 PM

Possibly do a search on the "Forum" under "Video" for "OBS" and see what that gets you?

Oh, some links with even one that shows some "Settings" that work fantastic in Vegas Pro.

And "ASAP" to me means you want to be "handed" the information with no effort on your part. The last time I was worried about "ASAP" was when I was in Desert Shield/Desert Storm and missiles coming at our ship. My idea of "ASAP" is slightly different than yours, I guess.

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Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/1/2020, 2:27 PM

Possibly do a search on the "Forum" under "Video" for "OBS" and see what that gets you?

Oh, some links with even one that shows some "Settings" that work fantastic in Vegas Pro.

And "ASAP" to me means you want to be "handed" the information with no effort on your part. The last time I was worried about "ASAP" was when I was in Desert Shield/Desert Storm and missiles coming at our ship. My idea of "ASAP" is slightly different than yours, I guess.

Thanks i saw this one on the forum but it's quiet old https://www.vegascreativesoftware.info/us/forum/faq-what-obs-studio-settings-work-well-with-vegas-pro--109925/ but would it work for OBS stream elements

john_dennis wrote on 8/1/2020, 4:46 PM

Some of us capture with the lossless UTVideo codec and PCM audio then...

 

... wait for it

 

... wait for it

 

... wait for it

 

... since we're video editors, we render an output file to meet the requirements of the job.

 

Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/1/2020, 4:57 PM

Some of us capture with the lossless UTVideo codec and PCM audio then...

 

... wait for it

 

... wait for it

 

... wait for it

 

... since we're video editors, we render an output file to meet the requirements of the job.

Thanks for helping

 

 

ByronK wrote on 8/2/2020, 2:29 AM

 

Sheriff-adeyemi can you try and export to mp4 rather than mov. Hope that helps.

Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/2/2020, 2:38 AM

 

Sheriff-adeyemi can you try and export to mp4 rather than mov. Hope that what

I'll try that thanks

fr0sty wrote on 8/2/2020, 2:50 AM

Draft being pixelated is expected behavior, it renders at a very low resolution to play back faster. Use preview or higher for better quality, Best isn't recommended during editing. I usually use it during color grading to color the video while paused. Hopefully MP4 helps with that decoding faster. As for the file size, it's only 30mb... you may need to drop the resolution of your video in order to make it any smaller, because at 2500mbps, you don't have a lot of bitrate to play with to make it any smaller without severely impacting image quality. It's too low as it is.

Are you trying to send the file that is being recorded by OBS, the 30 (well, I think it was 29mb)mb file? Or are you putting it into vegas and rendering to another file from there?

 

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Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/2/2020, 3:21 AM

Draft being pixelated is expected behavior, it renders at a very low resolution to play back faster. Use preview or higher for better quality, Best isn't recommended during editing. I usually use it during color grading to color the video while paused. Hopefully MP4 helps with that decoding faster. As for the file size, it's only 30mb... you may need to drop the resolution of your video in order to make it any smaller, because at 2500mbps, you don't have a lot of bitrate to play with to make it any smaller without severely impacting image quality. It's too low as it is.

Are you trying to send the file that is being recorded by OBS, the 30 (well, I think it was 29mb)mb file? Or are you putting it into vegas and rendering to another file from there?

 

I have recorded a video did a little editing in video exported the whan i played it back towards the end it's stopped playing and than the file is to big 24.1 GB do i need to change anything in the picture

Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/2/2020, 3:21 AM

 

fr0sty wrote on 8/2/2020, 4:10 PM

It isn't the video going in that is the problem, it's the settings of the video your are rendering in VEGAS that is making the video that big. The source video going in, according to what you've posted, is only 29mb. What format are you rendering it to in VEGAS? What render preset are you using?

Systems:

Desktop

AMD Ryzen 7 1800x 8 core 16 thread at stock speed

64GB 3000mhz DDR4

Radeon VII

Windows 10

Laptop:

ASUS Zenbook Pro Duo 32GB (9980HK CPU, RTX 2060 GPU, dual 4K touch screens, main one OLED HDR)

Sheriff-adeyemi wrote on 8/3/2020, 3:24 AM

It isn't the video going in that is the problem, it's the settings of the video your are rendering in VEGAS that is making the video that big. The source video going in, according to what you've posted, is only 29mb. What format are you rendering it to in VEGAS? What render preset are you using?