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Watching TF2 streams on twitch
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Which is your preference when watching TF2 streams on twitch?
1080p @ 60fps on toaster graphics xor 720p @ 60fps on default/higher graphical settings

Which is your preference when watching TF2 streams on twitch?
1080p @ 60fps on toaster graphics xor 720p @ 60fps on default/higher graphical settings
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#2
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as long as i can read text its solid dawg
so no preference really

as long as i can read text its solid dawg
so no preference really
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#3
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if you don't get quality options I recommend not using 1080p60. Big percentage of twitch viewers use mobile so that's too high for many of them. If you have quality options it doesn't matter though

if you don't get quality options I recommend not using 1080p60. Big percentage of twitch viewers use mobile so that's too high for many of them. If you have quality options it doesn't matter though
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#4
14 Frags +

just make sure your bitrate is high enough

just make sure your bitrate is high enough
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#5
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i love your stream buddy

i love your stream buddy
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#6
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Olghai love your stream buddy

thank you so much <3

[quote=Olgha]i love your stream buddy[/quote]
thank you so much <3
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#7
Essentials.tf
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The benefits of 1080p don't make it worth the extra CPU and Internet power it requires, especially as you're not partnered your stream isn't guaranteed to have quality options so if people struggle to watch on source quality they're kinda screwed. Either way your maximum bitrate is 6K, and your stream will be a lot smoother with less artifacting at 720p especially since tf2 is such a fast moving game.

The benefits of 1080p don't make it worth the extra CPU and Internet power it requires, especially as you're not partnered your stream isn't guaranteed to have quality options so if people struggle to watch on source quality they're kinda screwed. Either way your maximum bitrate is 6K, and your stream will be a lot smoother with less artifacting at 720p especially since tf2 is such a fast moving game.
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#8
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I know this isn’t really what you’re asking but it’s 2020 why are people still playing 4:3? it’s awful for viewers and you’re literally putting yourself at an fov disadvantage. Takes like 2 days to get used to 16:9 and 1280x720 basically runs the same as the common 4:3 resolutions.

I know this isn’t really what you’re asking but it’s 2020 why are people still playing 4:3? it’s awful for viewers and you’re literally putting yourself at an fov disadvantage. Takes like 2 days to get used to 16:9 and 1280x720 basically runs the same as the common 4:3 resolutions.
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#9
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-protoI know this isn’t really what you’re asking but it’s 2020 why are people still playing 4:3? it’s awful for viewers and you’re literally putting yourself at an fov disadvantage. Takes like 2 days to get used to 16:9 and 1280x720 basically runs the same as the common 4:3 resolutions.

but b4nny plays 4:3 and he's really good :(

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[quote=-proto]I know this isn’t really what you’re asking but it’s 2020 why are people still playing 4:3? it’s awful for viewers and you’re literally putting yourself at an fov disadvantage. Takes like 2 days to get used to 16:9 and 1280x720 basically runs the same as the common 4:3 resolutions.[/quote]
but b4nny plays 4:3 and he's really good :(

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!mouse
!chair
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#10
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720p60fps at 4000 kb/s is optimal to be watchable for all ranges of internet connections. higher than 4000 is too much for a lot of people especially on mobile and 1080p is terrible if you don't have quality options enabled on your channel

720p60fps at 4000 kb/s is optimal to be watchable for all ranges of internet connections. higher than 4000 is too much for a lot of people especially on mobile and 1080p is terrible if you don't have quality options enabled on your channel
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