Yes, the sound of the source doesn't get captured when i set it in obs, even though it captures fine in the "desktop audio", but not for a particular application. I've set the source to pick everything that is from the same executable of the app.your question is confused... the audio capture does not work?
a source is particular does not work?
I don't use the plugin, the problem is that their integrated version doesn't capture anything or even show any audio input.Having the same issue. Upgraded yesterday due to the Browser Crash issue on the previous version of OBS (where trying to switch from any scene that had a browser source would cause it to crash). That's now fixed, but I'm seeing that *every* application audio capture source is no longer recognized as an audio source. Every one of them, in all scenes in all profiles. It's gotta be tied to the latest update.
EDIT: Looks like they've integrated the plugin now perhaps? I see a beta version in the sources section that allows me to re-add the source. Looks like it's broken all the old plugins, but added it directly as an options (beta) in the source.
Default, the thing is, it's not just not recording, it's not even showing up normally. It doesn't detect any input whatsoever, even while not recording. The slider doesn't move.screenshots of profile settings (Audio) and source settings would be useful for understanding
I tried my browser, discord, valorant, a lot of things basically, none of them work.and how is the source set?
the source emits sound ... what is the name of the application (a game?)
and it's a beta version on this source...
I guess they just removed support/or they use functions that require 22h2, because I have the last build of 20h2 and it doesn't seem to work.