So, I've been trying to use obs for a while now, and the only issue I've run into so far is that my recordings sound like they were captured underwater. I've Recorded Valorant, Ghostrunner, and Minecraft... They all have an undersea sound. Even my voice.
I don't know what else I could do. I just hear the double Sound.
Audio: Desktop Audio: default
microphone/AUX Audio: digital audio interface (?) (USB3.0.capture)
And the rest is deactivated
Desktop: monitor off
Mikrophone: monitor only
OBS seems to be outputting me entire audio feed as a buzzing sound.
Sometimes it works fine at the first 2 minutes of going live, but then it starts with the buzzing sound.
Why is this happening and is there anyway to prevent this from happening?
I have been experiencing an annoying issue with OBS whilst trying to record videos. I have set up a scene with a display capture recording my entire screen. The audio mixer is set to default with 'Desktop Audio' as a channel that is displaying sound movement on the scale when desktop...
Yes, first i know I have a complicated configuration, but maybe you can help me use this as i intended:
My problem is, that i want to be able to monitor and hear what comes out of the stream but if I do it ill double the audio because I am using ZOOM to comunicate with my coworkers...
I am using the compressor, limiter and expander plugins to automatically raise and lower the sound-volume on some sources, but the release-times on each plugin can not go higher than 1 second.
Is there some way to extend that to longer times?
Ideally up to 5 or 10 seconds.
I have looked into...
I am tinkering here for more then 6 hours already and i am extremely frustrated and exhausted.
I spent alot of time trying all the types of settings, a billon of googling. And nothing worked, no matter the OBS/Windows settings the sound is...
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Link media from websites directly or
Use your local files
I'm new to OBS and streaming and to keep it short I wonder:
How do I make my stream pickup the sound from youtube & current game I'm playing, without the sound from discord?
I've tried google, but I can't really seem to find the right answer. Is this even possible when you only have 1...
When I make a live streaming on Teams via OBS, I have a sound problem. in OBS source I read/I broadcast a video of 20min in format H264 MP4 48HZ 24 bits stereo. Some parts of the video are heard correctly by the participants, including the part of the video where the presenter’s voice is...
Hello everyone,I have problem with my headphones and that's why i've used Equalizer to reverse L and R channels. And now I have an problem : viewers hear revesed for them sound,but I hear everything correct.And I'd like to ask you guys,how to reverse sound in obs?Mb you know it.I'll appreciate...
Hi ... I'm streaming and using two computers (dual pc).
I have a "Sound Blaster Zx" sound card in each of these PCs and these cards are connected via an optical cable.
The problem is that on a streaming PC I listen to the sound from the gaming PC and when I listen to this sound I hear a crack...
im playing Valorant. And im using the Game internal Push to Talk feature to talk to random other persons.
I want to stream those messages too. When i use it, i just can here myself talking and answering. Is it possible to make the push to talk feature of my teammates also hearable in my...
hello, I recently downloaded a plugin so you can give each window a separate sound slider, and I followed a video but somehow no sound wants to come through,
the mic does work it is the sound from the applications that doenst work
focusrite scarlett 2i2
rode m2 microphone
I tried to make my title as precise as I could, but I am better off explaining it here.
So I recently discovered the NDI plugin, and I have tried it on my last two streams. I seems to be working perfectly except one thing..
On my gaming PC I have managed to route my copyrighted music...
A few years ago when I last recorded with OBS, I had no issues with program audio of whatever I recorded.
Now trying again I find I can actually hear the audio cut out only to come back again at random times based on the volume level of whatever activity is happening. I know some things have...