EDIT: just install the obs-studio snap with --extra parameter. This resolves the graphical glitches I was having with ETS2 and ATS on Steam and Streaming.
Hi, first off, I am not technical at all. So if this is completely wrong - then apologies in advance.
I have tried following these two links and all commands finished with no errors. However, nvenc is still not available on OBS-Studio. It maybe due to this was written more than a yr ago if not longer.
I do not want to use the OBS Snap as it contains a version of OBS that is incompatible with my Gaming Setup and results in graphical errors in ETS2 and ATS.
Any help guidance - greatly appreciated.
Hi and welcome,
this sounds more of a generic question that the wider Ubuntu community can help with as well. Suggest post on ubuntuforums.org and askubuntu.com - maybe something like
“How do I encode using nvenc encoder on OBS-Studio?”
Hi, Thanks for replying
I know how to encode using OBS-Studio. It needs FFMpeg built with nvenc included.
This was not an issue in 18.04 as FFmpeg was presented with nvenc included.
I was simply wondering does anyone in this Discourse channel know how to encode it given the instructions I posted do not appear to work.
Update - This problem has now gone away as the issue I was having has been resolved in the latest – extra snap of obs-studio