1. Igor Mahov

    Question / Help Cannot record to ogg using ffmpeg

    I'm trying to record to ogg file using ffmpeg (custom output option), but I get "An unspecified error occurred while recording", and in the log there written: "Couldn't find encoder 'theora' ffmpeg_data_init failed". How can I solve this problem? My PC configuration: Windows 10 Pro Intel Core i3...
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    Question: Why doesn't OBS use newer ffmpeg libraries? And will hardware accelerated encodeing (ffmpeg -hwaccel options) ever be added?

    Just a couple of questions I was curious about. First, how come OBS doesn't use ffmpeg libraries from something like the newest stable release of ffmpeg? I understand it requires viewing ffmpeg change logs and modifying some library importing code, but it should be a fairly easy feat to do. I'm...
  3. Gabriel Balaich

    Question / Help Mixed Refresh Rate Woes

    Hello all, made a post similar to this about 9 months ago but since have acquired more information and am hoping to find a solution. Basically my problem is that my main display is 3440x1440 @ 100Hz while my other displays are 60Hz (4k & 1080p), this resulted in extremely choppy capture no...
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    Question / Help ffmpeg works but OBS doesn't. Black screen for desktop capture and for 'windows' with many other applications

    Hi, I'm one of those people who have the 'black screen issue' because I'm using my laptop and I have an external and an embedded GPU. The problem occurs when trying to capture the desktop, and many of other windows like ... chrome. So pretty much, I can't capture anything. However, using ffmpeg...
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    OBS Python Automatic ffmpeg re-encoding (Good for learning Python API) 0.1

    Automatically convert your videos using ffmpeg when they're finished recording. Specify custom flags and renaming with regular expressions. Uses the ffmpeg version found in the system path. NOTE: objsproject.com does not allow updates to Python scripts (understandably so) but the version...
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    Question / Help Building ffmpeg and OBS to use NVENC on Linux Mint.

    I am building a system to use OBS on Linux. It is a brand new install of Linux Mint V18.3 Mate 64Bit. The uname -a is : Linux Liberty01 4.10.0-38-generic #42~16.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Tue Oct 10 16:32:20 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux. I am trying to take advantage of the MSI GeForce GTX 1050...