I just tried downloading the ASIO plugin from GitHub and although it installed "uninstall" files to the "OBS-studio" folder, it did not seem to download the file that the "patcher" software is looking for in that location
Nice that you found out! The first time around, I had the same issues with the plugin's installation location. It is precisely these details that you keep forgetting.Thanks to your reply, it became obvious it should be working with the Zoom H6 ! I just needed to figure out why it doesn't for me...
Yes, at first I did the installation by executing obs-asio-installer_3.0.0.exe. I got no error, at least that I could be aware of. I also dowloaded BASSASIO, unziped it, got a bassasio14 folder in which I found an x64 subfolder containing bassasio.dll. I copied the bassasio.dll to the C:\Program Files\obs-studio\obs-plugins\64bit folder. And here I am.
After your message, I uninstalled the plugin and deleted the bassasio.dll and started again the installation process without any success. Then, I remembered Paul G saying he succeded in installing the patch from within the correct folder. So I decided to copy the obs-asio installer to the C:\Program Files\obs-studio\ folder and I executed it from there. I then copied the bassasio.dll to the right folder... and it worked !
What does it change to execute the installer from within obs-studio folder ? I don't know (maybe someone here has a clue) but it seems it did the trick.
Thanks again for your help.
Hi Dennis. Thanks for your post.I just installed a Behringer UMC202hd, along with it's driver and the ASIO obs plugin. Presto !
Both input channels on UMC202 setup nicely as separate Audio Devices. Haven't fully run it thru its paces, but so far kudos to the developers. Nice job !!