4.13 is on GitHub. For Windows (currently) you have to download it to a folder that Windows Defender is forced to ignore.
Hardware acceleration = using hardware other than CPU, in 99% of cases GPU, to make some calculations/code work possibly faster and use less CPU.I would still like to know what the hardware acceleration toggle does, because turning it on and off doesn't seem to do anything while watching it.
Hmm, very odd. This happens on all 3 platforms when downloading via Firefox. Brave and wget work fine. What is Firefox up too?
I eventually found a message about "this file not often downloaded do you really want it?" or somesuch. Funny thing is it was OK with the MacOS versionMore than likely it's Google thinking it's potentially malware. Chrome (duh) and Firefox consult with Google's Safe Browsing service to see if it's "safe" to download. Brave, more than likely in keeping with its (stated) commitment to privacy, may not use this service, and will likely happily allow the download. As for wget, it's a command-line program for which a "safe browsing" feature is kind of superfluous.
As for Windows and its own "Defender" facilities, I have... opinions... about this arrangement. Something something something fix your OS bugs before offering antivirus software and let vendors whose actual business is offering antivirus software do that work something something something.
Got a new puter with Win 11. Installed obs 30 and all latest plugins including NDI Tools. Trying to add a camera and the source just shows my desktop. Cam shows in online interface and NDI Tools Monitor as well as my ip scanner. I've even tried running obs as Admin
I guess the solution is to outright setup a Voicemeter system and just set up your chain/filter from there and have OBS pick that up instead, I don't know how the latency will be, since I never did such a thing, but I'm going to assume a "static" 1.25MS desync is much better then whatever it is that OBS is trying to do half of the time.
Thanks, I will definitely look into that (hopefully a VBAN setup is immune to the Lookahead issues on OBS). You wouldn't happen to have a quick dirty guide for it, right?As it happens, since you mention Voicemeeter, there is also a VBAN plugin for OBS so you could even go so far as to even not use Voicemeeter in the first place, but have it available as an option.