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  Reply # 920018 22-Oct-2013 22:04
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Thanks for answering about the modem and settings, is anything else in your internet experience below par? PM me your account details and I'll have the team take a look but it would help if you had any other symptoms to report??? (or confirm you don't see any problems elsewhere, other sites, national traffic etc, either is useful information for troubleshooting)




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  Reply # 920099 23-Oct-2013 08:21
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Great efforts, Orcon responders. Pity the OP is so rude.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 920122 23-Oct-2013 08:56
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remember, that speed test is generally done with a few threads generally..

when i stream to LAX, generally aim for about the 1500kbit mark, not because of bandwith limitations or anything but simply due to the way TCP/IP works.


unfortunately, until twitch bring out more servers closer, theres no way your gonna be able to push your bitrate too high without getting complicated.


try dropping your bitrate down a little and see if it doesnt steady itself a little better.




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  Reply # 920124 23-Oct-2013 08:57
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Hi Guys, so finally twigged from the OP that he is uploading a stream so we need to look at it from that point of view. I've invited one of our staffer gamers who has some Twitch experience over to look at this and we may lab it so see if/how we can optimise this further.




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  Reply # 920132 23-Oct-2013 09:18
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Hi All,

As Engine said I will be labing this one, if anyone else out there is streaming to Twitch I would really appreciate your feedback.

I don't have the trusted badge yet so if you are uncomfortable sending me a PM please forward one to FireEngine, I am looking for the good and bad really. Useful information would be your source IP and/or Orcon account details, your channel on Twitch and how your stream is performing.

Looking forward to seeing the content that's out there.

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  Reply # 920215 23-Oct-2013 10:45
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Sorry for the double post

Just finished our initial testing, it went quite well with about 10 users viewing my stream being served from Dallas so the route certainly seems adequate. .

I am keen to replicate your setup are you using the free version of xsplit? what are you using for your streaming source, what frame rate and resolution?.

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  Reply # 920220 23-Oct-2013 10:48
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Will PM you, Thanks for the support i didnt mean to sound rude last night so sorry for that.

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  Reply # 920342 23-Oct-2013 12:33
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TheKitchen: Sorry for the double post

Just finished our initial testing, it went quite well with about 10 users viewing my stream being served from Dallas so the route certainly seems adequate. .

I am keen to replicate your setup are you using the free version of xsplit? what are you using for your streaming source, what frame rate and resolution?.

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