I use this for video creating, and streaming on YouTube and Twitch.
Requires a hell of a lot of fiddling, and is missing some incredibly basic things.
Replaces Open Broadcaster Software.
- How to use the same webcam in two different scenes in OBS Studio
- 2019-09-23 - 24.0.1 on Windows 10
- 2018-03-28 - 21.1 on Windows 10
2018-03-28 - I used to use Open Broadcaster Software
2019-09-23 - 24.0.1 ∞
LuaMacros was apparently no longer fully compatible with this version. One set of keys wasn't working properly. I confirmed by rolling back to both 22.0.2 and 23.2.1. However, when I re-installed 24.0.1 it started working again. My testing was very careful, so this was a strange thing to witness.
- I'm keeping old versions just in case. I hope my user settings aren't "upgraded" and made incompatible with earlier versions. I have backups, but would still be annoying.
2019-03-14 - 23.0.2 ∞
- Has no text drop-shadow feature.
- Has no color box alpha feature.
- Holy shit it's awkward to do a lot of things..
There is no fullscreen preview for another monitor.
- From what I can tell, this used to be a feature and it hasn't been implemented in this rework of the software. Sigh. Were they bribed to throw away everything and omit such important features?
- I made How to use the same webcam in two different scenes in OBS Studio
2018-03-28 - 21.1 ∞
Requires both the Visual C++ 2017 Runtimes (even on 64-bit Windows)
- vcredist_x64 --
- vcredist_x86 --
- vcredist_x64 --
- The installer uses the term "source", which means input device.
- Supports RealSense cameras as a source.
Nice, they use GPL v2
I really had to screw around with having one camera work, because it previewed in its setup but not in the actual scene. It just magically repaired itself, once I removed it as a source and re-added it.