OBS Studio Guide

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A pivotal corner of the streaming market, Open Broadcaster Software is a completely free program that allows anyone to dive into the world of streaming. With many variations out there (OBS Studio, OBS.Live, Streamlabs OBS) it provides an open library that can be utilized for developers to provide extensions and alternatives to consumers. We will […]

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SLOBS Adds an App Store for Streamers

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  Streamlabs OBS (or SLOBS for short) has been making headway to stand apart from its Studio counterpart, and this update is another step in that direction. Launching an App Store aimed at streaming, SLOBS hopes to introduce tools that can help streamers create a unique experience for their channels and help independent developers get […]

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OBS Version 22 Update

OBS Studio Update 22.0 – Source Grouping & Performance Improvements

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OBS Studio continues to improve on its already great design. A handful of bugs squashed, features tweaked or added, and hotfixes were in this update. Let’s list the major points to this update! Hardware acceleration has been added to the browser source for Windows. This means the source that usually gives everyone’s CPU a run […]

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Elgato Stream Deck 2.0 Update

Elgato Releases Stream Deck 2.0 Update

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Elgato has just released their largest update yet for the Stream Deck which brings some welcome fixes as well as plenty of new features to play around with. Here’s what’s new: Smart Profiles The Stream Deck will now automatically change the profile based on the front-most application. Multi-Device Support While the Stream Deck comes with […]

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OBS Studio Version 20 Update

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OBS Studio has released a wonderful update, attaching a ton of changes and new features to help you with your streaming for the future! Let’s dive in to see what they’ve added. OBS is now modular! Now you can move the various elements around to your preference. To do this, start by going to View […]

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OBS 19.0 Update

OBS 19.0 Update Adds an Auto-Configuration Wizard

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Earlier this month Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) released it’s 19.0 update along with several hotfix patches. In addition to changes and bug fixes across the board, there were some OS specific updates as well. So What’s New? One of the coolest additions to OBS is an auto-configuration wizard. This feature attempts to run a series of tests to […]

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OBS Version 18 Update

OBS Studio 18.0 Update

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OBS version 18.0 was released today and it adds some pretty nifty features. At the top of the list is audio monitoring. In the advanced settings, you can now set a device to monitor your audio from. For your common, everyday broadcasting needs, this might be a little advanced but for larger productions of video shows […]

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OBS Studio

OBS Studio 0.14.0 Released

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A new version of OBS Studio has been released with a couple of notable changes and new features. New Transitions – “Slide” and “Fade to Color” have been added as options to your scene transitions. ALT Cropping – Finally! ALT Cropping is here! No more having to add a crop filter and annoyingly adjusting each edge. […]

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OBS Browser Source

How to Set Up Browser Source for Streaming

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If you use a donation or subscription alert system like TwitchAlerts, or maybe you are using BraneBot‘s polling system, chances are you’ve been given a long URL that you’re expected to plug in somewhere in order for it to display on your stream. This URL requires using a Browser Source in your broadcasting software. What […]

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Ensure Video File Compatibility

How to Ensure the Compatibility of Video Files for OBS Studio (0.13.1)

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A streamer I moderate for ran into some problems with her outro video in OBS Studio version 0.13.1, where the video was just a black screen and wouldn’t actually play. Even playing the video in Windows Media Player resulted in hearing the audio but only seeing a black screen instead of the actual footage. What was even more […]

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