Hotkeys (or shortcuts) are a convenient way of managing your stream in Strealabs OBS – allowing you to switch scenes or change settings without while still concentrating on your main task. In this guide, we’ll explain how to configure your hotkeys.
One of the most impactful ways of enhancing your Zoom calls is using a streaming platform such as OBS or Streamlabs OBS. This article covers some of the key ways of improving your calls.
Strealmabs OBS is one of the most comprehensive platforms for streaming, either on platforms such as Twitch and YouTube, or via conferencing platforms such as Zoom. This setup guide covers the basics to help you get started.
The first thing you are likely to want to do with Strealmabs OBS is to add a webcam – in this step-by-step guide, we walk though through the entire process.
Respecting the privacy of others is important, and maybe especially so when teaching online. There are multiple ways of inadvertently sharing personal details that you did not mean to share. This article considers ways of reducing the likelihood of oversharing when teaching online and using Zoom.
We’ve all been there: your setting up a scene in OBS – or worse part way through a live stream – and you move or delete an item, and suddenly you want it back. Control-z doesn’t work and you are frantically looking through the menu buttons to find undo. Well, we have good news and bad news for you: the bad first, there is no undo button included in OBS, the good news is that if you are desperately wanting to use undo, Streamlabs OBS is a solution.
Streamlabs OBS is a great way to turbo-charge your Zoom calls, allowing you to display overlays on your content. This article outlines the easy approach to connect Streamlabs to OBS.
Connecting Streamlabs to your conferencing software, such as Zoom, uses a ‘virtual’ webcam – essentially a video feed, that you can select from within Zoom and other programs. This article explains how to enable the virtual webcam and select it from your conferencing software.
If you want to do more with your class presentations, at some point you will come across OBS as well as its cousin Streamlabs OBS. This article explains the key differences between the two versions to help you determine what is best for you.