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Thread starter Mon0 Start date Sep 28, Mon0 Member. I just started streaming yesterday and so far I am not doing too bad. Xsplit and OBS both recommend me to stream p or p videos. I was just curious what settings you would recommend me and if I should stream in p or p for a better quality picture.
Last edited: Sep 28, Boildown Active Member. If your game uses the internet too, you have to take care to not lag yourself out, so you can't stream at your max upload rate. I'd personally find out your best settings experimentally, starting at something you can guess will probably work, and then pushing it until it doesn't work, then backing off a bit until you've got it well tweaked.
Then start trying to push the bitrate until you start dropping frames or notice lag in your game. Then back it off a bit until that doesn't happen any more. Once you've found your bitrate, see if it looks better at p or p by streaming at both options then watching your VODs to see which one you like the look of better.
Once you've done that, you can play with your presets, because at p or p, you can probably use something better than VeryFast.
I don't plan to play online games right now. So I don't really suffer from lag at the moment. However, the quality was better for p.
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Isn't it supposed to be better on p if I use the same bitrate??? And as for the preset, for some weird reason I feel like using the faster cpu preset makes the quality worst than veryfast.
Is this normal??? Thanks for your help! WilliamBarrows Member. I know that OBS has a tendecy to produce a weird blur any resolutions not divisible by 4. It's possible that twitch compensates this, to be safe you should use a resolution divisible by 4, or even 8 if you want to be extra safe.
For this reason I'd recommend p, or p. This can cause quality loss when scaling, and blurring issues as described above.I have about 20 of these v2 classic and black combined devices and a pair of pano cams and notice image quality and compression is quite odd. Can anyone confirm that HD over compresses and creates too many artifacts? Is this only on Live View because even the local SD recorded and Online cips show the seem artifacts and compression.
Another observation is that HD is great once the color depth and field of view is limited in Night Vision mode. I barely see any difference is SD vs HD. This is what I did: put an object on couch in front of cam, do max zoom and now switch between p SD and HD. What data rates are expected in SD vs HD mode?
Quality looks good but not great identifying faces especially if you enlarge it. My tv is in p but camera live view of faces looks nothing like my tv. In fact p think old TV also looks great at the right bitrate. My vote would be that they update SD to p at the existing bitrate of the SD profile. People would then similarly praise SD. Video quality comes down to the following things: resolution, frames per second, codec and bitrate.
Video resolution & aspect ratios
At that point HD would not be recommended for local continuous storage perhaps. To be consistent, they could take the p bitrate and multiply by 4 for the HD bitrate, and rename to p. Then all three profiles would be similarly tuned and adored by all. Next, too many people have poor wifi coverage at the extremities of their homes.
Ghz G 54Mbps is good in real life with excellent coverage for 30Mbps of system throughput. Add a few cameras at the outside of the coverage area and things can fall apart with average or poor coverage and data rates falling off a cliff. My post is here somewhere with all the analysis. Loki, thanks for the link to the specs page. The issue is that Wyze have misused industry standard terms.
SD and HD specifically. Albeit misusing industry standard terms and miseducating readers on terminology. SD means p not p at a lower bitrate. HD means p not p at a higher bitrate. FHD means p. QHD means p. UHD 4K means p. I recommend the vertical resolution be used for naming just like with p. The spec page should also include the encoder bitrate for each resolution, e.
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It is also possible to specify the sensor capability. I encourage any manufacturer to stick to industry standard terms and provide full details. Yeah, I know. Then roadmap topic it is! I just approved it! Get the App Support. PoconoCams December 5,pm 1.
PoconoCams December 5,pm 2.VideoHelp Forum. Remember Me? Download free trial! Results 1 to 14 of I am newbie to video conversion. But, a video is still called p even it has x resolution. Im sorry if my question is not clear enough, I tried my best to express this situation. You're mixing things up.
Forget calling video files p, p etc. Just name both frame dimensions. Then there's no guessing. If you take a video which is x including the back borders, but the actual picture area is 2. The resolution of the actual picture is exactly the same whether it's encoded as x with black borders or x without, a reason why they should both be described the same way p.
Once you understand the logic behind it, describing a x video as p would probably make it more confusing as after-all, the picture area has exactly the same resolution as the x version, only the latter has back borders included. On playback when using a display, the player adds the black borders back if they were removed when encoding, so you're effectively still watching the same p or p video, the difference is only whether the black borders are encoded as part of the video or added back on playback.
One commonly used exception to the above rules seems to be the use of p. It's often technically incorrectly used to describe DVD video which has been resized to square pixel resolutions such as x or x etc. Because there's no "industry standard" for resolutions below p, often it's used when technically the encoded video is really p or p etc. Ideally when describing video, you'd use p or p etc to describe what it is, but as jagabo said, it's probably best to qualify that with the exact resolution and aspect ratio.
Originally Posted by psycholyzern. Originally Posted by jagabo. Yes they could. Well mostly I thought about it and edited the last paragraph of my post after submitting it to hopefully make it clearer. The OP was asking to have the definitions, as they're commonly used, explained. I wasn't "proposing" them.
Maybe I didn't do it well, but anyway The commonly used naming conventions for HD video are based on the "industry standard" naming conventions, which it could be argued are incorrect marketing when only the actual picture area is taken into account. A p video might contain a video which is p, but it might also contain a picture which has a 2.
The "industry standard" includes the black borders in the p description but the actual picture area is only p, so when removing the back borders most people follow the same "industry standard" naming convention and refer to it as p to avoid even more ambiguity. For HD p and p the naming convention is fairly simple. If the aspect ratio is or wider, the width should always be p or p while the height will vary according to the aspect ratio. If the aspect ratio is less thanthen the usual naming convention after the pillarboxing is removed means the height will always be for p or for p while the width will vary according to the aspect ratio.
The same principle applies to p or p. It's the "industry" who's adding black borders to the picture and then including them in the description of the resolution, the "encoding naming convention" just follows the same standard. I sometimes resize video to p, so following the "industry standard" naming convention, I call a video p if the width is and the aspect ratio is or wider.
The height varies according to the aspect ratio. If the aspect ratio is less thanthen the height must be while the width will vary. Hi there, i am totally new to forums, but basically i have a 5 gig video i want to put on youtube. You tube is 2 gig max.It's important to make sure that your live stream is high quality. Make sure that you choose a quality that will result in a reliable stream based on your Internet connection.
We recommend running a speed test to test your upload bitrate. You can also specify your desired resolution and frame rate manually. YouTube will automatically transcode your live stream to create many different output formats so that all of your viewers on many devices and networks can watch! Make sure that you test before you start your live stream. Tests should include audio and movement in the video similar to what you'll be doing in the stream.
During the event, monitor the stream health and review messages.
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My problem is and below comes out in a terrible quality. In your question you're using it as the horizontal resolution. As techie mentioned in the comments, common video resolutions include:.
Use x an H. In x, this mode is called Constant Rate Factor. Lower values mean better quality. Use around 19—22 for very good quality.
The default is Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. What is the right way to calculate p p p p quality?Whitegirlswag 360p resolution
Ask Question. Asked 6 years, 6 months ago. Active 6 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 29k times. I'm a little confused by your question. What's your equation supposed to be calculating for you? You're only dealing with the spatial resolution, not the quality which is affected by many factors like compression level.
You shouldn't expect good quality at lower resolutions. I mean p on YouTube is horrible quality. Active Oldest Votes. As techie mentioned in the comments, common video resolutions include: x x x x x Or are you trying to figure out what p, p, p, p stands for? Before we get into the details, first of all, you must be aware that all videos have a Frame Resolutioni. Now, in a digital video, Video resolution actually represents the lines of vertical resolution. In other words, we can say that Video resolution represents the total number of horizontal lines that the video has in each individual frame.
This is why we have different types of Video resolutions like p, p, p, p, etc. So, the in the p stands for the total number of vertical pixels in the video. Most people make this simple mistake.
The more pixels the image has, the more lifelike it will appear and the less work the hardware has to do to project the proper image.
Before we get into the differences, I would like to mention that this is a very broad and detailed topic and one that cannot be covered in one simple article. When we speak of resolution we always consider the total number of pixels contained in each individual frame. It is the lowest and the least computationally demanding resolution supported by most hardware. A p video is made up of lines stacked one on top of another, with each line being pixels wide. The previous resolution which was the p as well as p, both these video resolutions are mostly used for mobile and other small screen devices since they do not have enough pixels or enough memory to support HD videos.
True high-definition starts at p. Accordingly, a p video has lines that are each 1, pixels wide, meaning that it is more than twice as sharp to the previous p Video Resolution and can be viewed on a much larger screen. Please make sure to click on the different video resolutions made available to you and notice the differences in the clarity and sharpness of the videos. Fondaliza Sohphoh has a Master's in Computer Science from Delhi University and is currently taking up blogging while reading and learning about various topics during her free time.
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Looking at this official google link: Youtube Live encoder settings, bitrates and resolutions they have this table:.
It would appear as though this is the case, although the numbers dont sync up to the google table above:. Learn more. What bitrate is used for each of the youtube video qualities p - pin regards to flowplayer? Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 10 months ago. Active 1 year, 4 months ago. Viewed k times. Finding Nemo 2 is happening. Active Oldest Votes. Its hard to say exactly, i would just use the bitrate figures for p above, for p. I dont think it could hurt things to specify a slighter higher minimum bitrate for p.
Its better to make the minimum too high than too low, know what i mean? Jun 14 '14 at Of course those numbers don't match. YouTube wants you to submit something of higher quality i. The tables they provide are for what you send to them. The other table is for what YT sends to you.
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