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ChristopherNathan  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, December 17, 2019 7:11:28 PM(UTC)
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I have a pretty powerful PC and I really don't think my computer is the problem.

I have a 3 camera setup (old Panasonic cameras) I set them to 1080i, 30fps and set up vMix with the same settings.

I have 3 cameras that won't work if they are all on at the same time. I use a component to SDI converter and plug it into my Black magic Decklink.

It's unwatchable and my Livestream is suffering!

Can anyone troubleshoot this or tell me where I can start troubleshooting?

Thank yousolitaire.onl/ 9apps.ooo/
Ittaidv  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 25, 2019 8:19:41 PM(UTC)
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A first step would be to tell us something about the hardware:
What CPU, GPU, RAM, harddisks are in the machine?

Next would be to tell us something about the project you are running: are you running multicorders, replays, movie files?

Also what software is running in the background: any chrome tabs open at the same time as streaming?

Streaming settings can also help: if you encode on the 'veryslow' preset, you need a beefy machine for example.

Finaly a screenshot of statistics (found in the bottom right corner) could help sort out where the frames are dropped: on input, dropped by the gpu, or perhaps frametimes of the incoming signal are not regular.
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