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The Ultimate Open Broadcaster Software Course

Learn how to live stream with OBS Studio

33 lecciones
5 horas
Idioma - English
Última modificación - Oct 2019
$19.99 $9.99
  • 5 horas de video on-demand
  • 1 Recurso(s) descargable(s)
  • 1 links externos
  • Acceso ilimitado de por vida
  • Certificado de participación
  • Consultas al tutor gratuitas
  • Acceso disponible desde cualquier dispositivo

Lo que aprenderás

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

Contenido incluido

  • Getting Started
    7 lecciones
    • Introduction to this course
      This course has been 100 per cent updated for the latest version of OBS! Please enjoy all the new content surrounding all the latest updates and functionality now available inside OBS.
    • Get the Guide Book!
      Get up to speed with the latest free open-source live streaming software quickly with the Un-Official Guide to Open Broadcaster Software. Author Paul Richards has dedicated his fourth book about live streaming to the world\\\\\'s most widely used video production software: OBS. This book has been developed for "non-techie" users and guides readers through all of the most important video production features in the software. Readers will learn video production techniques and instruction for specific to the open broadcaster software for use with live streaming and recording professional videos.Today more than ever Open Broadcaster Software is being recognized as a valuable video production tool in the broadcast industry. OBS stands for Open Broadcaster Software, and it is the most p
    • Downloading OBS
      Let\'s download the software and get set up for this course. The software can be downloaded here: https://obsproject.com/
    • OBS interface overview
      The new Studio mode in OBS allows broadcasters the ability to have a preview and live production window. The preview window can be used to queue up your upcoming scenes and allows producers the ability to transition in between scenes easily. Throughout the StreamGeeks OBS course, you will build on this knowledge and learn how to use hotkeys, add multiple sources and build dynamic audiovisual presentations. 
      This Open Broadcaster Software video tutorial course is brought to you by the StreamGeeks, helping you uncover the power of live streaming one video at a time. Paul Richards, the Chief Streaming Officer for StreamGeeks, walks you through everything you need to know about OBS in this completely free course available right here on YouTube. Start by familiarizing yourself with the capabilities and interface of OBS. Then move through a choose your own adventure style video al la carte playlist which covers each feature of OBS in detail. Finally, uncover the power of IP based video production and the NewTek NDI with multiple tutorials on NDI cameras, NDI sources, OBS NDI inputs and outputs and more.
    • How to optimize OBS for Stream and Recording
      In this video, we will review everything you need to know about the latest version of OBS and the settings options you have. We will review the simple and advanced options for configuring OBS for live video production and recording. Throughout this video, Paul Richards from the StreamGeeks will take you on our tour of Open Broadcaster Software.The first thing we will review is where you can enter your CDN’s RTMP information. A CDN is a content delivery network. Facebook and YouTube are both CDN’s who provide RTMP information which is available as a server name and a secret key.
    • Where does OBS fit into the market?
  • OBS Video Tutorials
    11 lecciones
    • OBS Sources Overview
      Now it\'s time for the fun stuff! Let\\\\\'s start to add video and audio inputs to OBS including: webcams, video clips, audio, microphones, text and more.
    • Recording Video in OBS
      In this video, we walk you through how to use Open Broadcaster Software to record videos. One thing that a lot people don’t realize about live video production is it’s great ability to capture produced content. Depending on your level of skill many people can create live video content with a produced feel that is very similar to post-production video. Using live production software like OBS with multiple scenes and layouts, you will learn how to create dynamic video presentations. When done correctly you include intro videos, lower thirds, picture in picture layouts and more that will reduce your need for post-production. 
    • How to Sync up your Audio and Video in OBS
      The OBS Audio and Video Sync Tool has been designed to answer the important question of how much audio delay an Open Broadcaster Software user should apply in their live streaming system. The tool is a video that combines a visual scale of time with a countdown timer looping in sync with audio blips every second. OBS users can capture a video and audio recording of this tool to accurately determine the amount of audio delay they should apply to their live streaming system to sync up their audio and video streams.   
    • How to add a webcam and setup picture in picture
      In this video, Paul shows us how to add a webcam to OBS and talks about the ability to create fun dynamic OBS presentations with multiple cameras. If you have been following along with our complete 2019 OBS video production course, you know that these cameras are set up in scenes inside open broadcaster software. The OBS software organizes all of our cameras and media inputs into switchable production scenes that we can assign hotkeys. With the included transition effects inside OBS we can switch between multiple cameras using this PC or Mac-based live streaming software. 
    • How to crop and rotate video inputs
    • How to setup color correction and LUTs
    • How to use Hotkeys in OBS
    • Creating a Ticker in OBS
      Creating a ticker is a great way to keep your audience informed with extra information. We design a simple ticker and show you how to use scrolling text in OBS. I have attached a PNG file you can use as a black bar for your scrolling text in the lecture resources. 
    • Using the OBS Multiviewer
    • How to use Stingers in OBS
    • How to enhance your audio with VST 2 Plugins and Voice Filters
  • Advanced OBS Tutorials
    15 lecciones
    • Live streaming with OBS
    • NDI for OBS – Overview
    • NDI Cameras in OBS
    • Using an NDI Telestrator
    • How to set up instant replay in OBS
    • How to use a green screen in OBS
    • Making a virtual set in OBS
    • Setup an Elgato streamdeck with OBS
    • XBox Camera Control in OBS
    • New Feature: Pause and Restart recordings in OBS
    • New dynamic bitrate feature you should try using!
    • New Feature: Dockable Web Browsers
    • OBS 24 – New features overview
    • New features in OBS 20
    • Using multiple OBS systems together (Advanced)


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 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.

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!

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

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