The Brand new Pokemon Addition to the Nintendo Switch will provide a variety of different challenges when it comes to both Recording and Streaming for Twitch and Youtube. In this guide we’re going to be covering any Lets Go Pikachu Bitrate Settings you may need for streaming 1080p at 60fps if possible.


Game Freak Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Information

Let’s Go Pikachu Game Freak Contact.

Game Freak have been responsible for almost all of the previous Pokemon Games. With them in charge of this current project We’re Excited to see the outcome.

Lets Go Pikachu Updates

Let’s Go Pikachu & Let’s Go Eevee, News Updates and More.

“Now you’re able to use a Mixture of Pokemon Go and Your Switch to be the very best”

Whether or not you’re trying to stream or record Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee from Game Freak. Their very own website will have a tonne of information and community posts which can also give you more information. So be sure to reach out to their social circles.




The Difference between Streaming & Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee.

As Let’s Go Pikachu is only available on the Nintnedo Switch. You may have to understand that running at 60FPS despite you Streaming or Recording may not be possible. If you’re going to be streaming to Twitch ensure you use a Programme as strong as OBS or XSplit for the best experience.

Below we have listed a tonne of information depending on what you want from your Hardware. It’s also essential to remember that the capacity to Record or Stream your favourite Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Game Play will be heavily reliant on your available Hardware.

Below we will have listed recommendations when it comes to which hardware you should pick up such as capture cards, graphics cards, processors and much more.

Recommended Hardware for Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee.

Processor : I7-7700K HyperThread Processor
Hard Drive : 256GB SSD Hard Drive
Graphics Card : 1060 6GB or Better
Memory : 16GB DDR 3/4 Memory or Better
Capture Device : Elgato HD 60S or Better.

 

BITRATE GUIDE CONTENTS
STREAMING Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee BITRATE
RECORDING Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee BITRATE




Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Bitrate Settings

Remember that the Switch may not natively pump out a 60FPS data stream. This means you will not be able to achieve 60fps. However it’s still important to use the settings below. This will give your viewers and followers a great quality picture and fluid stream.

The Bitrate of Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee – Simplified –  is the amount of data that you’re able to upload to services like Twitch and Youtube. Generally speaking the higher the number here the better.

However raising the Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Bitrate too high may inflict significant strain on your Gaming Hardware and recording rig. The best way to determine your best settings it to take some time and experiment on what works best for you.

Suggested Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Bitrate Settings

Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee 1080P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1920×1080
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 6000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1920×1080
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 4500 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee 900P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1600×900
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 5000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1600×900
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 4000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee 720P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1280×720
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 4000
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1280×720
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 3000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder




Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Bitrate Settings

Ensure that you grab yourself a subscription to Adobe CC. It will give you a tonne of programmes which will make video editing and composing a breeze.

Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee may seem like an easier task to streaming – especially when it comes to Hardware Requirements. It’s still very important to remember that if you are intending on recording your Game Play.

Then be sure to treat yourself to a dedicated Solid State Drive which will be able to write the files quickly and reliably. The benefits of Recording are that you’re able to upload your footage straight to platforms like Youtube for further promotion.

Suggested Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee Recording Bitrate Settings

Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee 1080P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1920×1080
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 16000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1920×1080
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 12000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee 900P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1600×900
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 14000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1600×900
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 10000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

 

Recording 720P 60FPS & 30FPS Settings

Resolution : 1280×720
Frame Rate : 60 FPS
Bitrate : 8000
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

Resolution : 1280×720
Frame Rate : 30 FPS
Bitrate : 4000 KBPS
Encoder : H.264 Encoder

 




Suggested Capture Hardware For Recording Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee.

On our travels with our Pokemon we’re going to be packing the Elgato HD 60S. It is incredibly light weight, plug in and play and will give us that gorgeous 1080p Pokemon Picture we want for our streams.

Elgato are heavily recommended throughout the Twitch and Youtube Industry. With games like Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee, Elgato would provide you with the ideal products that will fit nicely within your budget.

Elgato HD 60SIf you’re profiting from Twitch Streaming and Youtube Videos then you may want to invest in something a little higher end.


Recording & Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee.

You will need a dedicated Streaming Rig to allow you to Record and Stream Lets Go Pikachu to Twitch or Youtube. The good news is – Doing this will allow you to isolate certain audio tracks for your recordings.

There are a tonne of Benefits from both Recording and Streaming Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee at the same time. Ideally to do this you will need a Dual PC Setup. This will allow one gaming rig to pump out the incredibly good quality of Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee.

Lets Go Pikachu Streaming Bitrate GuideWhile your Streaming and Recording Rig would focus on capturing the footage. We’ve got a dedicated guide on how to do this with some pictures on Chaos Hour’s very own setup.




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