Thanks for writing this, it got me fairly far. However it does assume a bit of prior knowledge. I've used Linux before, but not extensively.
I found out that I needed to install unzip. I had to Google that. For newbies, it would be good to include this line before unzipping:
sudo apt-get install zip unzip
Also for the initial line:
sudo apt-get install build-essential libpcre3 libpcre3-dev libssl-dev
I got loads of 404 errors. That's apparently because some of the paths are old. I Googled and found that the following worked:
With this plugin, you can independently mute, adjust volume, use push-to-talk/mute hotkeys and assign filters to audio input channels. So for example you can have two mono inputs instead of a single stereo input. This is an essential feature for any audio related application.
Here's how it's done on a two channel audio interface:
1. Add two separate Audio Input Capture sources for your audio interface and name them Input 1 and Input 2 (or something like that).
2. Make sure Downmix to Mono is not selected on the sources.
3. Assign Rematrix filters to Input 1 and Input 2.
4. Open Rematrix settings.
5. On Input 1 select (target) Channel 1 and set (source) Channel 1 to 100% and (source) Channel 2 to 0%. Do the same thing for (target) Channel 2.
6. On Input 2 select (target) Channel 1 and set (source) Channel 1 to 0% and (source) Channel 2 to 100%. Do the same thing for (target) Channel 2.
Some features i would personally like:
-Automatic detection of obs is running and automatically connect to obs
-Some feedback from buttons when pressed like switching the image or text (or both) when i mute something or start/stop the stream,
-the change of volume of multimedia application only affecting the multimedia application and not the whole system
-option for Type Text to send the text directly in the twitch chat
note: i am German so English is not my native language
Good stuff to deal with ISP oversea speed throttle and lower down resource use.
There is a way to add stream key for OBS (to rtmp server)?
I'm using a VPS and this VPS also running my small website.
I'm afraid of someone will know my VPS public IP (since it can be discover by reverse website IP).
Since OBS didn't support proxy/socks so I can't tunnel to VPS to make a local proxy/socks and using block all IP from using RTMP protocol except localhost.
You have done something wrong when it comes to installing the RTMP modules, if anyone is getting an error when configuring the RTMP config file do this >> ./configure --with-http_ssl_module --add-module=../nginx-rtmp-module-dev << As you can see, I changed the 'module' at the end to 'dev' as you are no longer downloading module.zip but dev.zip. Hope this helps some people!