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How to set up facebook live with obs?   General Discussion

Started Nov-18 by Willjoe2442; 66 views.
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From: Willjoe2442

Nov-18

In order to stream games live on Facebook you need to select, download and utilise third-party broadcast software. There are many to choose from including open broadcaster software (OBS). OBS is free, open-source broadcast software that is used by both amateur and professional streamers. Let use discuss How to set up Facebook live with OBS :

Steps
Download and launch OBS.
Configure OBS.

  • Click Settings in OBS.
  • Click Output.
  • Select Advanced in the Output mode drop-down menu.
  • Select an H264 video encoder in the Encoder drop-down menu.
  • Determine your upload speed.
  • Subtract 20 per cent from your upload speed and enter that number in Bitrate. The recommended bitrate is 6,000 Kbps to 6,500 Kbps (6 to 6.5 Mbps).
  • Make sure that the Keyframe interval is set to 2.
  • Click Settings.
  • Click Video.
  • Set your desired Resolution: the maximum supported resolution is 720p (1280 x 720) at 30 frames per second.

Create a scene.

  • Right-click the Scenes box in OBS.
  • Select Add.
  • Name your scene.
  • Click OK.
  • You can create multiple scenes and switch between them during your stream.

Add a gaming source to your scene.

  • There are three different sources that you can use to add your game to the scene in OBS: Game capture, window capture and display capture.
  • To add a source to your scene, select the scene and right-click inside the Sources box or use the + and - buttons to add or subtract scenes.
  • Click Add and then choose the source that you want to add.

Understanding game sources:

  • Game capture: This source broadcasts a single game and only recognises games that are running in full-screen. Click to add Game capture as a source, name it and click to choose the game you want to use for the broadcast. The game must be open for OBS to see it; if you don't see your game, make sure that it's open and click the Refresh button. Game capture only supports DirectX 8, 9, 10, 10.1, 11 and OpenGL games.
  • Window capture: This source pulls the feed from a single window, which could be a game running in windowed mode, a web browser or another app. Window Capture will not capture a game running in full-screen mode.
  • Display Capture: This source uses your entire monitor for the broadcast. Display Capture doesn't recognise games that are in full-screen mode. To use this source, click to add Monitor capture as a source and name it. Choose the monitor that you want to capture and choose whether you want mouse movement to be captured.


?Add a webcam (optional).

  • Right-click inside the Sources box in OBS.
  • Click Add video capture device and type in a name for your source.
  • Select Video capture device.
  • Enter a name for your source.
  • Click Device selection.
  • Choose your Device and modify how you want your webcam view to look.
  • You can open up your webcam's settings by clicking Configure.
  • For webcams that have built-in microphones, make sure that the correct Audio input device is selected under the Audio tab.

Also, to know more about Use OBS with Zoom or How to set up OBS for Zoom recording, visit: Apps4rent.

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