I bought i9-9900K a few days ago.
I've been trying to apply quicksync encoding for my OBS broadcasting.
1) I made my iGPU enabled with 1024Memory at the BIOS.
2) I installed the most recent graphic driver and OBS version.
3) I choosed OBS output encoder to "QuickSync H.264"
I did my best but when I begin streaming OBS turned off itself. and My system was under over loaded.
I tried to use another broadcasting program "Xsplit". but the result was same. Though there was an "QuickSync" option, If I choose and run it, Xsplit changed the encoder from "QuickSync" to "NVENC" automaticaly on encoding.
I also reinstalled my operating system (Win10 Pro K).
But It still misery.
I need a help. Please someone let me know how it works. I really want to use QuickSync technology for my broadcast encoding.
This computer is totally new one. I assembled 2weeks ago by myself.
I have a graphic card "Geforce RTX 2070".
Before I use rtx2070, I tested intel UHD 630. It works well (presenting screen well).
To summarize, my computer is totally new and the Intel graphics card presenting the screen well to the monitor. But Its only make a problem when I use it for encoding on Both OBS and Xsplit. Should I ask this problem to OBS or Xsplit QnA?
This is my system spec.
Hi, the problem it's related to Intel DCH Graphics drivers. The lastest version of Intel Graphics Drivers that works fine with OBS is 220.127.116.1173
The issue it's reported to Intel and have internal case to solve.
Uninstall Intel Graphics Driver with DDU and Install 18.104.22.16873