Originally Posted by stolemyowncar
.... Anyone? o.o
Or is it just the .82 driver issues mentioned above?
I'm just thinking it's a bit strange that it started happening only after I upgrade the Experience version, not the driver version...
Yeah, I've experienced some stuttering aswell.
Now I want to ask a question of my own. First things first, I'm not a Youtuber or anything, but I'm doing this mostly for myself, so I need to have it done the right way. My previous post failed, because the system logged me out so I'm repeating myself twice in a dumbed down way. : (
The recent Shadowplay update is okay, really have a hard time noticing any performance hit whatsoever, on the other hand it screwed a lot of people who play on 1680x1050. Previous version of Shadowplay had output of 1920x1080, no matter the resolution, atleast on my end.
This is the raw footage before the update, output 1920x1080. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=oErXIRH0JRg#t=116
This is the raw footage after the update, output 1680x1050. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=AV1FSV-eIDE#t=285
After this failed attempt, I realized that I need to upscale to get 1080p quality. This is Youtubes fault, though.
I found out a nice trick ingame (BF4). I could set my resolution to 1920x1200 and Shadowplay would output 1728x1080. This achieves 1080p Youtube quality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=DQ_2WaKx2dA#t=93
The downside is that it hurts my frames more than playing on 1680x1050 and Shadowplay outputting videos with 1920x1080 resolution (pre-patch), not to mention it's kinda weird to play on that resolution, also multiplayer maps are kind of blurred out, like not all textures are loaded.
So, my last chance is to upscale by rendering. Well, I've tried Sony Vegas Pro 12. My project settings are 1920x1072. Here are the rendering settings ( http://i.imgur.com/7f5SdN5.png
) I've also tried to set fps to 30 manually, which doesn't make any difference in the end. I've tried to crop height a bit, tried without cropping. By the way, the reason I've did 1920x1072 is that I've read it's better quality than 1920x1080. So, to the point, here is the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6TJXYM3bz4
And another random here, I dont remember the exact settings, I think it was 1920x1080, the black part in the other half of the video is a mistake on editing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jIoCxORrb4
So summing up... is there a way to get a previous Shadowplay version? (Rollback, kind of). Also, I'm up for help and suggestions with rendering. I mean, its a must have, you can't always just upload raw footage all the time. What's the best program to render on? What settings should I use? Damn, the 1680x1050, 16:10 is a real pain of a resolution. I've seen better quality uploads, is this only a resolution thingie? If thats so, I wish Nvidia puts the ability to atleast select the output file resolution, would help a lot, not only for me. They did it the first time, why remove such a feature? : (
Thanks.Edited by Darknesso - 12/5/13 at 1:36pm