iPad OS support

VALNOZCO

New Member
Will there ever be a version of OBS for iPad? I’ve tried switcher and it just isn’t as feature packed as OBS is and you can’t use a DSLR for video input to your stream. I guess this might be a niche, but I already have an iPad and a camera, and don’t want to buy a computer just to do livestreams with good video quality, focal length, and depth of field.
 

zackW

New Member
Will there ever be a version of OBS for iPad? I’ve tried switcher and it just isn’t as feature packed as OBS is and you can’t use a DSLR for video input to your stream. I guess this might be a niche, but I already have an iPad and a camera, and don’t want to buy a computer just to do livestreams with good video quality, focal length, and depth of field.

How to do that and what's the benefit of it?
 

wizard8080

New Member
Will there ever be a version of OBS for iPad? I’ve tried switcher and it just isn’t as feature packed as OBS is and you can’t use a DSLR for video input to your stream. I guess this might be a niche, but I already have an iPad and a camera, and don’t want to buy a computer just to do livestreams with good video quality, focal length, and depth of field.

Have you tried Airmix? Way more feature rich than Switcher iPad and can connect to a DSLR or mirrorless via an hdmi rtsp encoder. Or the LUMIX GH5ii supports rtsp built-in.

We have no plans to make a version of OBS for mobile devices.

Just feedback, it would be really great to have OBS on iPad and iPhone. For mobile live-streaming a laptop and mouse are too cumbersome.
 

dodgepong

Administrator
Forum Admin
It's important for people to understand that making a version of OBS for mobile devices would effectively be writing a a completely new version of OBS from scratch while maintaining the existing desktop version. That is an enormous task.
 
Top