How to use QuickSync?


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6 Responses

  1. Syntaxxxx says:

    I don t find the Option in my Bios , my mainboard- ms 7848 h87 .
    Is it posible to use Quicksync for me or not?

  2. darkfall13 says:

    Hopefully I’m on the right track; followed the link for help from OBS. But your guide helped tremendously to allow me to use QuickSync, but my problem is I have a duplicate mouse cursor when using QuickSync (it’s in the top left corner and doesn’t move) and it mirrors anything happening to the real mouse (changes cursor types, even in game ie crosshair etc).

    Is this a QuickSync problem? Or…?

  3. Alex says:

    hi men,i follow your guides and i love it. in this guide i follow all the steps but when i live en the stream, i see black all,help me please.Ty for your guides.

    P.S: i send a mp on your facebook

  4. Jiminimonka says:


    I did setup the fake monitor previously. I have not checked on a BIOS update but I will do that next.

    On a different topic I have noticed today while dual streaming (to twitch and hitbox using your guide for nginx :) thanks) that NVENC seems to be doing a fine job of encoding now, even on my i5 with GTX 770.

  5. Jiminimonka says:

    I have an Intel i5 2500k on an ASUS P8Z68-V Pro GEN3 MOBO – and have enabled all the settings in the BIOS, also installed the very latest drivers from Intel.

    However, the QuickSync option is not enabled. I checked and double checked that the CPU and Mobo are both capable of supporting QuickSync and the Intel graphics card shows up in windows device manager along side the Nvidia GTX 770 card.

    Any suggestions would be welcome.


    • RobinJack0r says:

      My first idea would be to fake connect a Monitor. You did not mention doing this yet?!
      I checked your Mobo manual too and it definitely has the necessary options (your CPU has them anyway). Is your BIOS version also up to date, I saw some updates in the support section from asus.