Similarly, check your preferred platform for the recommended setting. But i don't want to do that because the game is laggy in trhis mode. Allow us to make a 1080p canvas, position our widgets where we want them, then add that canvas to obs. You want to change your Base Canvas Resolution to your desired output resolution. You can then customise how you would like these widgets to look through the site. You can use multiple sources within a single scene, and you can use the same source across multiple scenes, as well.
The author only responds to a handful of support threads and if you have any problems with this at all, expect to be left to figure it out yourself. That way you know what to adjust if you want to. The larger the resolution and higher the framerates, the higher your bitrate will be required to be. You can check which server is best for you using various webtools, which is likely the one geographically closest to you. For the most part games will be the only fullscreen apps you will likely have running, so you can leave this setting as Capture any fullscreen application if that suits you.
I tried it a month ago and I was not a fan. This is useful for capturing the highlights of a game, rather than consistently recording and wasting space and time when editing. At best I would wait for a full release of this but this is again just my thoughts on it, having not tested it myself. Would use less cpu than having. Something about browser sources running while they weren't needed, you can change it in settings, if you have a lot of browser sources it can cause bog ups for the time being.
Before we get into what is going on here, it is best to setup some of the most basic options available to you. Stephen is currently the Producer, Editor and a Co-Host of the Official GonnaGeek. To the best of my knowledge the limitations will be within your home network. Just remember to turn off that stream when you are done, okay? Set your delay duration, and take note of the memory usage. To do this we need to head back into the menus and change which piece of hardware is encoding our recording or stream.
It seems like a great feature but I can't seem to figure out the bandwidth issue. Anyone found to be not doing so will be reported to Reddit admins. This may be somewhat trial and error, but a necessary step to smooth streaming. To do so, you can either drag the red border as you like, or right click within the red border, hover over Transform, and select Fit to screen. I brought up the issue on the GitHub page, but I figured I'd ask it here as well. Streamers may find these useful, but for recording you might not use them too often.
From here, navigate to and select BrowserSource. Essentially, does it matter which machine is running the Streamlabs app, or does it not matter? You can edit where this widget looks within this page, but you can also move it around by selecting it from the main interface too. Within the Advanced settings, click to the streaming tab and look for the bitrate options. This is my only gripe with streamlabs at the moment. The most important settings are Start Streaming and Start Recording. Tick the enable checkbox under stream delay.
Select Desktop Audio Device and from the dropdown select your primary audio device. Obs on my gaming computer shows the video being crisp and clean, but the laptop seems to be having trouble keeping it from stuttering. As we mentioned beforehand, you always layer up sources within a single scene. Doubt it is some magical thing that can just reduce x264 encoding load in those games out of thin air but I don't know because there isn't more info on it. These belong in the Bi-Weekly Clip Contests, which can be found on the sidebar.
I can't seem to figure out why its stuttering as ive tried 264 and nvenc and all of the different bitrate settings i can think of. Have a question about this project? Further to the right of Sources is your Mixer. So skipping streaming for now, look toward the recording section. This allows you to capture a webcam in the top right corner and a game below, or whatever combo you fancy. You can always play some music to ensure all is working correctly, go ahead and test your microphone here now as well. For the most part, leave the default settings and copy your key into the Stream Key box.
Using ethernet cables rather than wireless will be much more consistent, for example. This allows you to change or edit the preview screen and then transition that into your live capture without making those changes live on stream or within a recording. There is nothing we can do to help here, unfortunately. Make sure to test this out before you give it a go in-game! If I want to by cynical I could say its just added noisy nonsense. This setting, once enabled, will capture a predetermined replay time, that is gradually overwritten, but can be saved at any point with a hotkey to capture the last five minutes or so depends on your setting for the length of time.