Sweet. Thank you!Woa, that looks funky. I'll relay it. Oh yea, I also need to add right-to-left support in OBS2 as well.. argh
i'm testing it, and maybe i pick a game that a whole round went well, i don't believe the issue should be how long i wish to save, especially since 4k would eat the same space faster with less time, or a bigger bitrateWhy on earth would you need half an hour of replay buffer, anyway? Similar to NVIDIA's Shadowplay thing, It's designed for capturing short "highlights" after they happen, so for instance if you unexpectedly get killed by squirrels in Doom 3, you can press the hotkey and save the X minute clip to post to YouTube or whatever.
and yes it does store in memory atm, and please don't change that! again, as i just stated in last post, i have 16 gigs in a kinda goofy config atm, but doesn't seem to be the issue, new report aswell in itQuadstrike - I'm guessing this is an out-of-memory scenario? half an hour of 15000 bitrate is quite a large amount of data.
It stores it all in memory right now I believe.
Also, video sources, you can't pitch/angle the sources boxes. Example: I have three cams, I would love to show all three say one in the middle with one on each side slightly pitched inward toward the center cam source. The video sources boxes also don't really allow the user to control the shape and size, if I expand the box then all four sides expand vice allowing me to push in one side without having any adjustments made to the other sides. Actually I just realized any source box is fixed expand and contract you can't adjust without an equal adjustment taking place on the other sides.
The pitching/angling won't ever come to the original OBS, but that is planned for OBS Multiplatform. As for simple things like ignoring aspect ratio, you can already do that in OBS by holding Shift while adjusting the border.
Well, issues are still being encountered with the test versions, so we don't want to make a release that will cause problems for people. Getting flagged as a virus by terrible AV programs certainly doesn't help. We generally don't give out ETAs for releases.