How To Stream or Record Your Computer Screen Using OBS Studio.


OBS Studio is a free, open-source tool that lets you record video from multiple sources, including your Windows desktop and anything capture your webcam.

By using OBS Studio, you can also perform live streaming services, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch. You can use these services to broadcast to private groups, such as friends and family, or to members of a club you belong to.

Now we know the features and use of OBS Studio, then you must want to know how to set up OBS Studio to record or stream your computer screen. Here in the post, I am going to explain to you the basic steps for this process. Let's start.


Record Your Computer Screen Using OBS Studio.

When you finish your installation process, it will as you specify what you want to use the program for-like you want to use for streaming or just for recording. Choose one, click on Next and Apply the settings.


To get started, you need to add at least one source for your video. Click the ‘+’ button to choose sources such as video Capture Device (your webcam) and Display Capture (your desktop).


Now a popup window will appear to create a new source file, give some name to the file and click on OK. 



The Preview window on the left lets you arrange your scene without it affecting the live feed. When you’re happy, click Transition and your changes will be applied in the Program window on the right.

To apply effects, such as the new luma key filter, right-click the source, select Filter, click the ‘+’ button then choose your effect from the list. You can apply from the list. You can apply differently to each source.

Click Start Recording to capture the video to save as a file. Alternatively, if you’ve set up a live streaming service (such as YouTube Live), click Start Streaming to begin broadcasting your video and then minimize the OBS Studio.



When you finish your recording, just open the OBS Studio again and click on Stop Recording or you can also pause the recording by clicking the pause button. 




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