This plugin already comes bundled in the OBS Studio Full Installer. You do not need to install this manually unless you did not install it via the Full installer.
This plugin allows you to add web pages as sources in OBS Multiplatform.
Mac OS X
The Mac browser plugin comes with two variants:
In reality both of these are similarly stable so 64/64 should work for most cases.
- (Download Latest) 64bit plugin with 32bit CEF (Stable)
- (Download Latest) 64bit plugin with 64bit CEF (Experimental)
To install: Download the dmg and double click the "OBS Browser Plugin Install.mpkg".
Follow the instructions and then run OBS to start using it.
To uninstall: Double click the "Uninstall" in the dmg.
To install: Extract to the root of your installation folder. For those that used the OBS Studio installer, that would be: C:\Program Files (x86)\obs-studio\
- Download latest (v1.27 - 24-12-2016) changelog/older releases
- This version no longer works with OBS studio 0.13.4 or lower, v1.20 and below work with OBS Studio 0.13.4.
- By default the plugin doesn't use any gpu acceleration due to it not working for everyone, this also means no WebGL support, if you really need that, start OBS Studio with the --enable-gpu argument.
- Https sites don't work: Usually this happens when using Kaspersky, make sure to put obs32 or obs64.exe on the whitelist.
There is not currently a Linux build of this browser plugin, but in the meantime bazukas has built another browser source based on qtwebkit. Details here: https://obsproject.com/forum/threads/browser-plugin.20358/page-2#post-133062
If you would like to interact with a browser source then right click on the source item and select 'Interact'. This should then act like a very simple browser window.
When browsing for a local file, if you need to go into a .app file use cmd-shift-g or drag the directory onto the file browser.
When looking at the properties of browser source you might notice 'Restart CEF'. This will restart the entire CEF isolated process in case it gets stuck or is not behaving correctly. Normally this should not be needed.