This OBS tutorial (short for Open Broadcaster Software tutorial) will be of great benefit to people who want to know how to use OBS to start to record and stream videos for Youtube, Twitch and other similar video websites. I use OBS for recording and streaming, and I have learnt from experience that this is the best app just for this purpose.
First, you will have to get OBS for Windows or Mac or Linux, follow this OBS tutorial, and then you'll learn:
In this OBS tutorial, you will learn how to install correctly, setup, and use OBS. There are the basics you have to know to succeed, for example: how to change your FPS to 60, how to set proper hotkeys, how to use Chroma Key technology and green screen to filter out the background.
You will learn how to stream with OBS. A talking head style set up on a webcam is excellent for doing live streams, creating a presentation or recording games. Record audio with separate audio tracks and set up OBS noise filters and learn how to setup noise gate in OBS for microphone audio. Finally, find the correct upload bitrate for streaming.
This tutorial will cover not only OBS! You will learn a lot about all kinds of related programs and apps that will help you in post-production. Learn how to set up audio editing tool Audacity and how to use Audacity with OBS. Use IP Webcam to record your phone inside of OBS on your computer. Finally, there's AirDrop, which connects your phone and lets you transfer files and capture the screen.
Complete OBS Tutorial: How to Use OBS to Record and Stream Videos is a complete guide for beginners which will take you to intermediate knowledge of the OBS, live streaming and recording videos. With this course, you will learn how to use OBS to record videos and stream them to Youtube and Twitch and any other sites that provide a similar service. Finally, if you want to edit your video, I highly recommend the DaVinci Resolve app. DaVinci Resolve has a free version which compares quite well to Adobe Premiere.
Also, check out my course on DaVinci Resolve here: https://www.bitdegree.org/course/how-to-edit-videos.
As it regards to information technology or to learning in general, my philosophy is quite simple: the best way to learn is through video tutorials. I have created a lot of learning material, and it is up to you, the student, to do your best to absorb the knowledge and practice, so you become more educated and skilled!
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