When it comes to showcasing your highlight to your audience, obviously you’d want to pick the best ones. Be it where you pop off and kill the enemy team in one sweep, show off a 180 no scope shot or simply single-handedly carry your team to victory.
However, making a good compilation video takes time and mad editing skills. Not everyone has the time and effort to do that. That’s where Eklipse comes in handy.
This tool is able to compile your game highlight and create a compilation video automatically. If you are interested in using Eklipse, then you should know some of the tips below to maximize your results
Make sure your screen ratio is 16:9 and your border layout is below 30%.
Using the correct aspect ratio is important during your Livestream. If it is not on 16:9 and your border layout is above 30%, then your screen will be cut off and Eklip.se wouldn’t be able to capture your moments properly.
Pay attention to your Bitrate settings
As it also affects the result of your clips. The higher resolution, the better the quality of the highlight captured. A large bitrate will make your clips look crystal clear as it won’t lose a lot of details. Even if the quality of your video drops when you render it, it wouldn’t look pixelated.
In order for your stream to run smoothly, you need to match your video bitrate and resolution.
You can use the recommended bitrate and resolution combinations from this table below:
By following these settings on your Livestream software such as OBS and Stream Labs, you will get the best video quality results. However, you also need to make sure that your hardware and internet connection can support the desired quality.
Basically, a higher bitrate will accommodate higher image quality in the video output, making your videos look sharper and more detailed. The higher the resolution, then the higher the bitrate as more data is being processed.
To achieve the best results, you need to set your bitrate based on your hardware’s capability. We suggest choosing the 4000-8000kbps setting for maximum performance.
What is a good video bitrate for streaming?
Here are some of the most commonly used video bitrates based on popular platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and many more.
- FULL HD with Standard Resolution set the Bitrate between 3,500 – 5000 kbps
- FULL HD with High Resolution, set the Bitrate between 4,500 – 6000 kbps
What are you waiting for? Show off your epic gaming skills and boost your page with Eklipse!