I am no OpenGL expert, just a normal user of Linux.According to my knowledge the Pi does not support any OpenGL profile. It only supports OpenGL ES profiles (that is a fundamental difference). So there is no OBS version that does OpenGL ES.
So unless one of these things change:
1. OBS ported to run on OpenGL ES contexts
2. The Pi gets an OpenGL (on top of OpenGL ES) driver
The Pi is not a good OBS platform atm - despite its popularity.
I'm not deep into the Pi ecosystem, so there may be patches or development work around these things, but I cannot tell. But from my knowledge out of the box only software fallback will work, with great performance penalty.
I came across this: https://www.raspberryconnect.com/projects/35-games/142-trying-out-opengl-on-raspberry-pi-3
It says that OpenGL runs at 60fps on test? I just got my rpi4 two days ago so haven't yet tried to compile OBS into it, but perhaps someone could comment on the above website? Again, I'm a simple Linux user so I have no idea about OpenGL and OpenGL ES.
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