Hey gamers! Do you want to lower your ping in Fortnite, Valorant, Call of Duty Warzone, Apex Legends, or League of Legends? Well This is just the article for you. I personally use ExitLag to lower my ping in League of Legends from 82ms to 60ms.
When you look to connect to a website or service your computer makes a request to server. This is also true of games. When connecting to a match your computer establishes a connection with a server through its IP address. Normally having that connection take an inefficient route towards its final destination is not a problem. An additional 200ms of latency for packets coming from YouTube or Netflix can easily be solved by those applications managing a buffer of data. However real time applications like games must send many packets a second along this route and that latency can really make a difference. By utilizing built in scanning tools these programs work out a way to forward your gaming traffic along the internet in a predictable and optimized way. This results in lower ping or latency as well as lower jitter and packet loss.
I mainly use this program while I am at the lake as my home in the city doesn’t have routing issues. Programs like ExitLag and WTFast work by providing optimized routing for your gaming traffic. This is achieved by essentially running a VPN connection to their own server infrastructure to forward your packets efficiently.
Microsoft’s latest Operating System Windows 11 is now available for early adopters and testers. If you are curious about the performance implications of this newest Windows update and how it applies to League of Legends this in depth Performance Comparison between Windows 10 1809 and Windows 11 21H2 has you covered!
RTX 2080 8GB
i7 9700K @ 3.6Ghz
16GB DDR4 RAM
Windows 10 1809
Windows 11 21H2
League of Legends
Maxed Preset @ 1920×1080
240 FPS Framerate Limit (Recommend)
Windows 10 Average FPS: 168
Windows 11 Average FPS: 171
Advantage FPS: 3+ Average
Performance Gain Percent: ~2%
Recorded with an external capture device and stats tracked with Riva Tuner
Provides account lookups, match history, profile multi-search, statistics and more. Like OP.GG or Blitz.gg for the Chinese (CN) League of Legends Servers. Available for all area ID’s including the Super Server (Dopa/Apdo plays here) which is Area ID 31.
Pregame lobby Multisearch, Game Details and Profile Statistics from WeGame/Tencent League of Legends LoL API
Features: – Automatically selects the most recent stream recording to remux – Drag any recordings onto the .exe to remux them into the output directory – Fast. a 2 hour stream can be muxed in 10 seconds. – Batch directory support – Output file prefixing – Free and Open Source
With Twitch DMCA muting vods lots of people are going to be multitrack recoding locally. This tool can remux multritrack recodings into a new mp4 with a single audiotrack selected. Useful specifically if you record a track with only game audio and microphone selected for archival on Twitch or YouTube.
If you utilize multitrack recording with OBS you might already be using a script to use FFMPEG to remux the video. This program makes remuxing after a stream really easy.