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Looks pretty dope.
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So hyped for this!
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I wish the open beta have better SLI support...

In the closed beta my SLI worked at 60% load each GPU.

This is a little in-game walk, just looking for visual quality but "low-profile" gaming (just my second play during the closed beta), in 4K with all options enabled to its maximum setting except AA (x4):

It is not the visual quality that they anounced, but it isn't as bad as I could wait from "ubi-downgrade-soft".
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Open beta pre-load is available thumb.gif
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Beta preload is available
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Originally Posted by josetortola View Post

I wish the open beta have better SLI support...

In the closed beta my SLI worked at 60% load each GPU.

This is a little in-game walk, just looking for visual quality but "low-profile" gaming (just my second play during the closed beta), in 4K with all options enabled to its maximum setting except AA (x4):

It is not the visual quality that they anounced, but it isn't as bad as I could wait from "ubi-downgrade-soft".

the video is only 1080p frown.gif
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Originally Posted by josetortola View Post

I wish the open beta have better SLI support...

In the closed beta my SLI worked at 60% load each GPU.

This is a little in-game walk, just looking for visual quality but "low-profile" gaming (just my second play during the closed beta), in 4K with all options enabled to its maximum setting except AA (x4):

It is not the visual quality that they anounced, but it isn't as bad as I could wait from "ubi-downgrade-soft".

the video is only 1080p frown.gif
Are you watching it from a mobile device?. In some ones it only shows "1080p" option as maximum.

From a PC, you can select up to 4K, as it was the original size that it was recorded and uploaded.
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Are you watching it from a mobile device?. In some ones it only shows "1080p" option as maximum.

From a PC, you can select up to 4K, as it was the original size that it was recorded and uploaded.

on a PC with windows 10 and no problems looking at other 4k videos on youtube. (tried from a different browser too)
Sadly the only options i see are up to 1080p60


but that it says 1080p60 something might have gone wrong. YouTube doesn't do 4k @ 60 and if you upload a 4k video at 60fps stuff can go wacky.
also ShadowPlay is all kinda poo smile.gif If it works, the quality of the video it is making isn't great.
Might I suggest Dxtory and then compress yourself and upload. Hell, to get a semi-ok compression on 4k it takes hours for even a short video clip. The only-they-fly encoding from ShadowPlay is not high quality. That said, this is all going to YouTube.. So something is lost doing that to. Can someone tell high quality upload from a low quality one from ShadowPlay? maybe not smile.gif

but in the end it doesn't really matter smile.gif I found the beta really fun (i some how put in 25 hours)... i'm looking forward to seeing what else is in the game. (and a fix for SLI gpu usage would be nice too)
Edited by Zurv - 2/16/16 at 7:45am
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on a PC with windows 10 and no problems looking at other 4k videos on youtube. (tried from a different browser too)
Sadly the only options i see are up to 1080p60


but that it says 1080p60 something might have gone wrong. YouTube doesn't do 4k @ 60 and if you upload a 4k video at 60fps stuff can go wacky.
also ShadowPlay is all kinda poo smile.gif If it works, the quality of the video it is making isn't great.
Might I suggest Dxtory and then compress yourself and upload. Hell, to get a semi-ok compression on 4k it takes hours for even a short video clip. The only-they-fly encoding from ShadowPlay is not high quality. That said, this is all going to YouTube.. So something is lost doing that to. Can someone tell high quality upload from a low quality one from ShadowPlay? maybe not smile.gif

but in the end it doesn't really matter smile.gif I found the beta really fun (i some how put in 25 hours)... i'm looking forward to seeing what else is in the game. (and a fix for SLI gpu usage would be nice too)



you can upload 4k 60-fps from videos recorded via shadowplay


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gsv-gro1j8
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you can upload 4k 60-fps from videos recorded via shadowplay


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gsv-gro1j8

well.. shadowplay is still crap. smile.gif but odd that i can't see 4k 60 (and i refuse to use chrome).
ugh i don't want to know this smile.gif it already takes like 500gigs to capture 30min of 4k video at 30fps. (and then 3-4 hours to encode it down to 9-10gigs)

update:
blah.. even old videos that i gave up on as failed work in another browser at 4k 60...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k6ViFsNB64 ... hey crysis 3.. you look at 4k 60.. but you run like crap in firefox smile.gif (how does it play for you guys? i uploaded that before 4k 60 was "out" on youtube)

oh.. damn you guys.. i should totally make some 4k 60 videos (that no one will watch!).. hahaa. What the hell else am i going to do with 4 titan x and 8 core CPU tongue.gif
Edited by Zurv - 2/16/16 at 8:17am
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