Can you tell me your settings please?Just record @ 1080p50 if you have the ability to do so with your system and you'll get better quality automatically. Lowering frame rate is insane for any gamer now that YouTube supports 48/50/60 fps playback and upscaling should be an absolute last resort.
Raffriff,I don't see any problem. The two videos look about the same to me - as good as YT ever gets. I liked the depth-of-field (blurred background) in yours.
I see your frame rate has been converted. Try to upload at the same framerate you captured at, whether that's 25, 30, 50 or 60.
Note: this isn't my guide.I've managed to do what your guide says, but the quality of my video is still bad It's flawless on my computer, but as soon as I upload it to YouTube it gets blurry and pixelated.
I don't see that...there is no 1440p60fps.@QualQuek : both your videos are now at 1440p and 60 FPS for me, the dark video is probably something you overlooked during the encoding, hard to say like this without more infos.
I am doing some testing with 1440p and 60 fps videos and it seems that it can take a while to convert to the higher standards, 3 days and sometimes more to finally have the 1440p 60 fps available.
I have a 1440p monitor, i record at this settings and rendering at this settings with 50 Mbp/s birate. you mean that renreding with a lower bitrate can did the trick?I've heard reports that 1080p60 can result in non-smooth output. Think of how bad that's gonna be for anything above 1080p60: you are probably going to get unwatchable content. 1080p60 is more than enough for most games: if it isn't, either the graphics are too high or your rendering videos with unreasonable bitrates.