I've been googling for a while now so I finally decided to ask others as well as I'm pretty darn confused.
I'm looking to be able to stream at 1080p at 60fps ( from a gaming laptop, it's more than capable, running actual game at 300fps uncapped ). I know about
ShadowPlay and it's fairly easy to use but it's annoying how it automatically changes my stream's title and the quality is pretty bad even at best settings.
Then, I have found the
Live Gamer Extreme which has 1080p at 60fps recording and hdmi passthrough, but it doesn't have h.264 encoding chip so I'm receiving RAW data in
OBS ( there are cards that have hardware encoding chips already but those don't do 60fps as far as I can see )
So, does having a h.264 encoding chip help in any way ? Because I'd like doing the whole thing on one laptop and not having to use two laptops one for gaming and one for encoding would be great.
OBS's Encoding tab I can't find any option like
No encoding needed since the signal is already encoded, so, should I look anymore for 60fps w/ encoding chip or should I go with this game capturing card and use the other laptop for encoding.
Thanks in advance !