What is OBS System?

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    Open Broadcaster Software Studio, or OBS Studio, is an open-source software program designed for screen capture, gameplay recording, and live video broadcasting. It is available on the internet for free to download on 32-bit as well as 64-bit computers. To run OBS system on Linux systems, a graphics card compatible with OpenGL 3.3 is necessary. The Linux version of OBS Studio is available for Ubuntu 18.04 or newer. Your Linux system should necessarily have FFmpeg to move ahead with the installation. It captures videos in HD quality and allows you to decide the length of your videos. The resultant files will therefore require a significant amount of free space on your local disk. You will have to look for a reliable storage option before your disc runs out of space. Also, as we have discussed, it is an open-source program.

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    Mark Wilson

    Kashyapi Prajapati

    OBS or what is more popularly known as Open Broadcast Software is basically a type of open-source cross-platform recording and streaming platform that has been built by Qt and the entire maintenance of the OBS system is taken care of by the OBS project. From 2016, the software has been started to being referred to as OBS studio and this is what is known as till date. One of the best parts about the OBS system is it is available for almost all versions of operating systems and therefore, you don’t have to worry about the type of operating system you are using. Currently, OBS is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. With the help of OBS, you can organize all the audios and videos into scenes with the help of this software solution and thus you can easily create custom scenes without any hassle.

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