In this video we’re going to download, install,
and set up some profiles in OBS Studio. Let’s get right into it. To get started, let’s
go to obsproject.com – on the left we’ll see options for OBS classic, on the right
we’ll see options for OBS studio – which is the new version we’re going to download
and install. If you’re using Mac or Linux, then select the appropriate version here.
However, if you’re using Windows, let’s actually go ahead and click “Download”
at the top. We’re doing this because we want to grab the version of OBS studio with
the Browser Source built into it, meaning we can basically open web pages through OBS. Make sure that Windows is selected for your
Operating system and the version is set to Studio. Next, just click the OBS + Browser
Source button to begin your download. After the download is complete then just double
click it and install it like any other program. Let’s go ahead and launch the application
and set a few things up really quickly. First, click Profile and go to Rename. Enter in your
Twitch name here and hit okay. A profile is a collection of all your settings. So, let’s
say two different people use this computer for streaming, or you might want to make a
profile with some different video settings, you can create a new profile here and switch
between them very easily. Next, let’s do the same thing for Scene
Collection. A scene collection will store all of your different scenes and sources that
we will set up later in later videos. Setting up scene collections can be extremely useful
for those that stream different games frequently. Now with that, we’ve got OBS set up and
we can move onto our next video which is going to be about General Settings in OBS Studio.
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