Sound cracking while recording

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VASCAR.Wix.GNS

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So ive been having a problem for a little bit now with my audio cracking when im watching the recording (not in game) ill attach a youtube video from my league with it doing it
Link to race
go to around 3:25 in the video

Here are my audio settings:
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Rollo75

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No.
Notwithstanding the fact that you're jumping around from car to car like a rabbit going up and down on a trampoline in an elevator, I can't find anything wrong with the audio. It sounds clean and there's not any bursting at all.

I suggest that what you have is an encoding problem; which is caused by trying to overload your poor overworked CPU. It's trying real hard. It wants to do what's best.

Remember, 1080p has more than twice the number of encoded pixels in each frame versus 720p. That's going to increase the amount of work your CPU has to do.

If you don't need 4K, don't use it. If you don't need 1080p, don't use it. It'll look fine on 720p and less. SD is only 480p + 576i.

You'll find those settings in your video encoder (OBS, Movavi, DivX, etc.)
 
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VASCAR.Wix.GNS

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Jul 15, 2020
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Notwithstanding the fact that you're jumping around from car to car like a rabbit going up and down on a trampoline in an elevator, I can't find anything wrong with the audio. It sounds clean and there's not any bursting at all.

I suggest that what you have is an encoding problem; which is caused by trying to overload your poor overworked CPU. It's trying real hard. It wants to do what's best.

Remember, 1080p has more than twice the number of encoded pixels in each frame versus 720p. That's going to increase the amount of work your CPU has to do.

If you don't need 4K, don't use it. If you don't need 1080p, don't use it. It'll look fine on 720p and less. SD is only 480p + 576i.

You'll find those settings in your video encoder (OBS, Movavi, DivX, etc.)
Im using Xbox game bar for my recording (a windows 10 default recorder)
 

Rollo75

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No.
Have a fiddle:

Game clips are recorded at the video resolution specified in the game, up to 1080p. For games played at a higher resolution, game clips will be scaled down to the selected level. Higher quality and resolution generally requires the PC to work harder, which may decrease performance.

See above.

Poor ickle CPU... it's doing its best.
 
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