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  • In this video, we're going to show you

  • how to use OBS

  • by going over display capture,

  • setting up scenes, starting a recording,

  • and we will also touch on audio and other settings.

  • Use our clickable sections below

  • to skip to different sections of the tutorial.

  • OBS is available on both Windows and Mac.

  • For this tutorial,

  • we'll be using the application on Windows,

  • but they are almost identical

  • on both operating systems.

  • If this is your first time using OBS,

  • your screen-capture area should be black,

  • which means that you need to set up a source.

  • To do this, on the bottom, select the plus sign

  • and choose what source you want to use.

  • "Display Capture" will capture anything

  • that is showing up on your display,

  • "Video Capture Device" will show your webcam

  • or a connected video-capture device,

  • and "Window Capture" only captures

  • what is currently in the window,

  • like a video game or a web browser.

  • For this example,

  • we will choose Display Capture,

  • which is one of the most common choices.

  • This is used to record your screen

  • and save it as a file for editing later.

  • Choose Display Capture, and you will have

  • an option to label the source.

  • Before you confirm, make sure you choose

  • "Make source visible," and then click "OK."

  • If you have multiple monitors,

  • click "Display" and choose

  • what monitor you're going to record.

  • After you choose it, make sure to mark

  • if you want your cursor to be captured

  • by clicking on "Capture Cursor" and then "OK."

  • You can also crop your recording area to your desire

  • by adjusting the scale by dragging the corners.

  • Another source example is "Game Capture,"

  • which will only record the game screen of your choice.

  • Head over to Sources again

  • and click the plus button,

  • then "Game Capture."

  • Click "Make source visible,"

  • and then "OK."

  • After this, choose what mode you would like,

  • and then "OK."

  • Next to Sources, you'll see "Scenes."

  • This is where you can create

  • different combinations of sources

  • that you can transition to during a livestream.

  • For example, you can have one scene

  • be a game-capture and a video-capture device.

  • This is your basic video-game-streaming look.

  • Then you can have another scene

  • that is just a video-capture device,

  • which can show your webcam full screen,

  • for when you're not playing

  • and you're interacting with your chat.

  • The "Audio Mixer" window shows

  • the current audio inputs into OBS.

  • Mac users need to install a third-party app

  • that allows OBS to capture the desktop audio.

  • Check out the link in the description below

  • for more information on using OBS with a Mac.

  • If you want to change any audio settings,

  • go to the Audio Mixer,

  • click "Settings" on the audio track

  • you want to adjust, then click "Properties."

  • Here, you can adjust the source of the audio.

  • Next to it, in "Controls,"

  • you can choose to "Start Streaming"

  • if you're about to play a game.

  • Or click "Start Recording"

  • if you want to record your screen.

  • While you're recording your screen,

  • it will say "Stop Recording" to end your screen recording.

  • In "Settings," you'll find options for things

  • like streaming service and server settings.

  • In "Output," you can change video bitrate

  • to 3,000 or 3,500,

  • as it will present your stream

  • in the best quality possible.

  • In "Recording," you can choose where your files

  • are going to be saved, the recording quality,

  • the recording format, and the encoder.

  • In "Settings," we also have audio,

  • but leaving it as it is

  • is a good idea.

  • On "Video," we're going to be able to change

  • the base resolution to the size of your display.

  • An output resolution of

  • 1,920 by 1,080 is preferred.

  • You're now ready to record with OBS.

In this video, we're going to show you

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