I would say if you are having issues with other hardware then reinstalling the drivers after you install OBS Studio and VLC Media Player may help with this. It is likely your Alesis Core 1 is using in-built Linux encoders which are then also used by OBS and might not work simultaneously. I'd like to hear what happens after you reinstall it (and perhaps keep a backup handy in case anything goes wrong).Hi MindVirus, thanks a lot for this script. It works on my Pi 4 just fine when I run OBS from the terminal with the GL version override.
One unforeseen consequence which I think has resulted from this is that my Alesis Core 1 audio interface is now no longer properly recognised by the pi. It appears in the list of audio inputs and outputs, but I can no longer adjust the volume in software the way I did before, and when using it to make recordings (e.g. in audacity) the sound is either not there or is hugely distorted. As a result, I currently can't use OBS as I had hoped: to get sound from an external mixer and video from a USB webcam.
I'm wondering if maybe some of those sound library/codec installs in the bash script have overwritten something unfortunate?