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Post by Roxas on Sat Jan 07, 2017 1:00 pm

OBS v0.14.1 (Windows) is a strong program but requires a bit of tinkering to get proper point of view. Having done such tinkering, I can safely say that I understand a quality setup that can more than likely be improved. First of all, my setup is as follows inside the spoiler tag:


PC Settings:

PC RIG
Intel i5 4690 stock clock
AMD R9 380x stock clock
8GB DDR3-1333 RAM
Windows 10 Professional (pirated)

PC Programs
Hauppauge Capture via Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition
Open Broadcaster Software (v0.14.1 as of 1/7/2017)
Miscellaneous streaming sources (PCSX2, Dolphin, Paint, et cetera)


Now, assuming we're going to be using Hauppauge Capture to capture console gameplay, the way in which we get started is by adding a scene. Then, you'll add an item. I've found that the only way one can add Hauppauge Capture is via Window Capture. Once this is complete, you'll get the entire window of Hauppauge Capture which, needless to say, includes much more than just the gameplay. This is undesirable. One could stretch the Hauppauge window on OBS, but that will exclude much in the way of other items applied onscreen which is not desirable for streaming. Instead, what one will want to do is Right-Click on the window, navigate to Transform then click on Edit Transform. From there, the settings that best exclude the perimeter of the Hauppauge Capture window are as follows:



For those of you who have adblock on, the settings are such:
Position: whatever you desire
Rotation: whatever you desire
Size: whatever you desire
Positional Alignment: whatever you desire
Bounding Box Type: whatever you desire
Alignment in Bounding Box: whatever you desire
Bounding Box Size: whatever you desire
CROP: Left is 295, Right is 13. Top is 110, Bottom is 123.

These settings are prime for hauppauge capture; decimal cropping is not yet available in OBS. Here is an example of the cropping in action:



The best part is that you can size and resize the window without reintroducing the Hauppauge Capture perimeter!

If you found these settings helpful or if you have any tweaks, be sure to let me know!

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Re: Open Broadcaster Software - Settings for streaming?

Post by Roxas on Sat Jan 07, 2017 1:16 pm

Second Post: YouTube Chat Stream


One will always want to be able to interact with but mostly VIEW the chat. it's a pain to have to click windows, so let's first eliminate that. Navigate to the YouTube Streaming page and hit the column of three dots. Click on Popout Chat. For a video guide, here's one by Link:


With the popout in tow, we shall create a new window exclusively for the YouTube Popout.
Right click in Sources and add a Window Capture for the popout. Without much in the way of editing, the initial popout will look similar to this:



This is good if you want to type to fans - for example, a slow chat throughput or lacking a microphone - but we can do away with both the user chat field as well as the URL through Transformation. As we did in the initial guide, Right Click on the window source, navigate to Transform, and click on Edit Transformation. The important settings, i.e. Crop, are as follows:

Top: 0
Bottom: 99
Right: 30
Left: 36

The image will look something similar to this:


And that raps up the YouTube Live Chat portion!

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