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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Crashing with OBS

Crashing with OBS 1 year 10 months ago #1

So far, I've only tested with BF4.
Version: 0.11.1 + Sweetfx
Barebones, nothing else used, just the sweetfx.
crashdumps

I don't know where to find the tracefiles. There's also nothing in the log with error.

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Crashing with OBS 1 year 10 months ago #2

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No need for an error, OBS also tries to hook Direct3D functions, possibly overwriting ReShade (or the other way round) causing the crash you experienced. It's a common issue with this kind of software. While Steam overlay, Origin overlay, Fraps and Dxtory (after some extra configuration) work fine together with ReShade, RTSS overlay doesn't for instance and it looks like we found another candidate here with OBS... I'll see what I can do, but don't expect too much =)
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Crashing with OBS 1 year 10 months ago #3

So in other words, the only way for now is to do 2 pc stream with OBS with reshade on, instead of the one pc. Got it!
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Crashing with OBS 8 months 1 week ago #4

crosire wrote:
No need for an error, OBS also tries to hook Direct3D functions, possibly overwriting ReShade (or the other way round) causing the crash you experienced. It's a common issue with this kind of software. While Steam overlay, Origin overlay, Fraps and Dxtory (after some extra configuration) work fine together with ReShade, RTSS overlay doesn't for instance and it looks like we found another candidate here with OBS... I'll see what I can do, but don't expect too much =)

I know this is an old topic, but I tested ReShade 1.1 with Obs 64bit in Windows 10 and it works!
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