2019 Open Broadcaster Software - OBS Live Streaming Course

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2019 Open Broadcaster Software - OBS Live Streaming Course

2019 Open Broadcaster Software - OBS Live Streaming Course
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 3.5 GB
Duration: 4.5 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English

UPDATED! Learn how to live streaming and produce video with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)

What you'll learn

Learn how to use Open Broadcaster Software to create professional live streams and video recordings
Create live streams to Facebook or YouTube
Use advanced video production techniques with tickers, annotations, picture in picture layouts and more
Sync up your audio properly and enhance your voice to sound crystal clear
Use Virtual Sets


Own a Mac or PC Computer
Open a YouTube and/or Facebook Account
Download and Install Applications


We want to take you from zero to 60 with your OBS knowledge as fast as possible and a complete course update is the best way to get you going! This course will feature OBS 22 and review all the new bells and whistles, plus we will take the time to review how you can build the graphical assets you will need to create a stunning live streaming presentation. Unlike most of the other OBS courses available today this course is designed for live video production NOT video gaming. So it’s perfect for churches, businesses, and educators looking to make dynamic video presentations online.

We will start with an interface overview followed by a 15 minute zero to sixty presentation where we will go from this to this. We will show you all the essential shortcuts inside OBS helping you create an informational ticker, integrate your live chat room, build a split screen scene and make a picture in picture presentations that look amazing. Once you are up and running with OBS we are going to talk about the most important issue almost every OBS user has. We will learn how to properly sync up our video and audio sources using a brand new tool I have designed that is accurate to a hundredth of a second.

After hosting my OBS course on UDEMY for over 3 years, I have decided to rethink the course layout. Once we have covered all the basics, I am going to create short tutorial videos that you can choose to checkout al-la-carte. In this way, you can peruse through the available tutorials and choose the instructions that best suite your project.

Looping a Video in OBS

Adding a Webcam in OBS

Creating a Picture in Picture in OBS

Cropping a Layer in OBS

Enabling Hardware Encoding

Stopping dropped frames in OBS

Basic Color Correction in OBS

Using a LUT to color grade OBS

Creating an image mask in OBS

Once, we have covered the basics and created a stellar looking video presentation in OBS it’s time to look at the incredibly new and advanced OBS features including the NewTek NDI. We will review how you will be able to use a live telestrator to annotate on your presentations, we will cover multicamera setups, controlling cameras from OBS studio and VST plugins. We will get your audio sounding amazing and your video looking sharper than ever. So, what’s left? Let’s get started!

Video Production Feature Overview

Interface Overview in Studio Mode

Create a new Scene Collection

Rename the Scene - Main

Duplicate Main Scene with Ticker

Lock Icons

Make Text Move - Right click goes into filters. Click the plus sign and go to scroll.

Duplicate Main Scene - Camera with Chat

Popout Chat

CSS Code

Basic Split Screen

Transition to the scene when double clicked

Streaming and Recording Settings Overview

Output Scaling on Video page uses Graphic Card

Video Settings will scale processing on your graphics card rather than the CPU

If you scale the output here you

If you are recording the output will be here

Frame Per Second and Bandwidth

Output Page - Advanced Section

X264 uses CPU - NVIDIA uses the graphics card



Rescale with the processor itself

Rate Control - Choose CBR


Mp4 on SSD

Choose Audio Track

Warning about crash

Run encoder on CPU or graphics card

Pass what the streaming encoder is doing to recording

For recording, you can use VBR Variable Bit Rate.

Audio Tracks

Stream at 128k, Recording at 320k

On Streaming / Recording Tabs - Set Appropriate Audio Tracks

Advanced Audio Properties - Route audio to the correct tracks

Audio Page

Sample Rate - Sync Issues - Most video sources are at 48kh

If input source is video device change to 48kh

Best sound on Facebook should be mono

Maximize streaming quality with Mono - Maximize Recording Quality with Stereo

Streaming Dropped Frames

CPU could be a source of Dropped Frames

Or internet connection to see if that is why you have dropped frames

Check bitrate. If it is not what you have set it for your internet is not working properly.

OBS 22 Course Update

New Audio Sync Tool

Modular UI



New Themes

Studio Mode

Audio Monitoring

NDI Options for OBS

Stinger Transitions

Audio Overview and Solving OBS Audio Sync Issues

Audio Mixer

Audio Monitoring

Audio Tracks

VST Plugins

Recording Video Overview

Using Hotkeys

Using the Multiview

New PTZ Controller

Audio Monitoring in OBS

Setting up OBS to work with NDI

NDI Options for OBS



Connecting multiple OBS systems together

Stinger Transitions in OBS
About the Author:

I am a Live Streaming Expert and Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics. PTZOptics is an industry leader in affordable live streaming technology. We host a live show on YouTube Live & Facebook every Friday and we hope to help the world better understand live streaming and technology it takes to produce amazing video content! This show is the basis of our live streaming innovation where you can learn q

Who this course is for:

Interested in live streaming
Interested in video production

2019 Open Broadcaster Software - OBS Live Streaming Course