Full Video Guide for OBS Studio And Twitch

A detailed set up guide OBS Studio

  1. NerdOrDie
    I created a detailed guide for OBS Studio. This resource is designed with beginners in mind, but I think might help out even some experienced users as well. The goal is to take viewers from start to finish of setting up a complete and professional stream channel, using Studio.

    The full video playlist can be found here.

    Direct links to each video:
    1. OBS Studio Tutorial Series Introduction
    2. Studio Vs Classic
    3. Downloading and Installing
    4. Settings, Part 1 - Bitrate, Twitch Server, and Stream Key
    5. Settings, Part 2 - Recording, Resolution, Audio, and More
    6. Sources, In-depth look
    7. Filters
    8. Scenes
    9. What Twitch Alert System Should You Use?
    10. Setting Up Twitch Account Before We Stream
    11. Going Live On Twitch
    12. Alt Cropping and more With 0.14
    13. Image Slide Show and Video Playlist With 0.15
    Free graphics used in videos can be found here.

    I will be adding additional videos in the near future.

    I look forward to hearing your feedback about the series, enjoy!
    C9 Phantom, RiDDiCK51PB and Joselito like this.

Recent Updates

  1. Update for 0.15
  2. 0.14.1 (and more) update
  3. Series is now complete!

Recent Reviews

  1. Nupper
    Nupper
    5/5,
    This is my first time streaming. I watched all the videos in the series and I feel much more comfortable getting set up and going. Thank you for taking the time to put these together and I look forward to more in the future!
  2. Suslik V
    Suslik V
    3/5,
    1) I don't like the dark theme in the video.
    2) recorded not by Studio...

    3 from 5
    1. NerdOrDie
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the feedback - I was considering using the light theme since it's default - will definitely keep that in mind for my next videos.

      I didn't record directly in Studio for a few reasons - mainly because I tweak and edit settings/scenes in the videos and don't want to cause confusion.

      Thanks though!