OBS works with almost any camera or audio device. In lesson one, you’ll learn how to connect professional cameras and microphones to your Mac so that they can be used as switchable sources during the live stream.
Choose Your Media Sources
OBS makes it easy to choose almost any type of media source for your live stream. You’ll learn how to add cameras, computer screens, graphics, movies and even Skype calls to your Scenes so you can seamlessly cut between them.
Switch Between Sources
Once your input sources are assigned as Scenes, we’ll teach you how to switch from one source to another using your mouse or assignable hotkeys. We’ll also show you how to set up transitions, so you can perform fades or wipes from one source to another.
Stream to YouTube
Once you have your scenes setup, it’s time to configure your stream settings on YouTube. We’ll show you how to schedule your streams (called Events), so that your viewers are notified and what bandwidth is required for optimal video and sound quality.
Travis Richmond joined the Ripple Training team in 2012 as a voiceover editor. Since joining Ripple, he has worked with Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve and Motion while editing tutorials until being promoted to the Senior Editor. Not only is he an expert in dynamic media software, but he also enjoys lighting scenes and running the camera on video productions. To add to his many other skills, he also is producing high-quality tutorials centered around more advanced editing and production skills.
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