How to Use OBS Studio (Beginners Guide)

In this Video you learn How to install OBS and How to use OBS. Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux. First of all Go to official site and Download it For Pc and Run the setup to install.

How to Use OBS Studio

In this guide i give you a quick overview of the most important options and features in How to Use OBS Studio. However, even if you don’t have any previous experience, don’t worry ! This guide can still be very useful. It may seem like a lot to take in all at once just take your time and read carefully.

How to Use OBS Studio (Beginners Guide)

OBS Studio Tutorial Series Introduction

OBS Studio Vs Classi

Downloading and Installing OBS Studio

OBS Studio Settings, Part 1 – Bitrate, Twitch Server, and Stream Key

OBS Studio Settings, Part 2 – Recording, Resolution, Audio, and More

Sources in OBS Studio, In-depth look

Filters In OBS Studio

Scenes in OBS Studio (Free Graphics Included)

What Twitch Alert System Should You Use?

Setting Up Twitch Account and Nightbot Before We Stream

Going Live On Twitch With OBS Studio

OBS Studio Updates – Alt Cropping, New Transitions, and Source Snapping

OBS Studio Image Slideshow and Video Playlist

How to Stream on Skype Using OBS Studio

Here i show you How to Stream on Skype Using Obs Studio If you’re on a PC, you can open and add a Skype window just like you normally would. If you’re on a Mac, you’ll need to do some additional adjustments for the audio because the audio portion of the Mac does not stream to any platform using OBS Studio. Programs like Loopback may need to be installed to resolve this issue. Loopback may be downloaded from:

This allows a user to create a virtual device used to stream live. 1. Set up your audio using Loopback (Mac) Inside your Loopback app, create a new virtual device. Name that device and select a source for your device.

How to Stream on Skype Using Obs Studio

Go back to OBS Studio, go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Audio’. Set the audio as the one set up in Loopback. Add it as another auxiliary device.

Make sure that your scenes are ready before you make the Skype call.

Set up your scenes for the interview.

Before you make the call, make sure to set up the scenes already.

Once you have your interviewee on the line, you can then add sources using Window Capture to specific scenes depending on how you would like the screen to look like. Arrange the windows in your screen as you like.

You can remove default frames in a Skype window by clicking on the source > Transform > Edit Transform You can start cropping out the edges that you don’t want included in the frame.