Another thought: maybe a poll-system could be an idea for the development-team? Could that help you guys in selecting which features to be implemented first?
Cool! I would guess some of developers in the team can be motivated to implement some specific features if they get some numbers on how many in the community who actually have the desire for them! If I had some coding-skills I would probably spend my sparetime (+ some of my workhours:P ) to get the pause-feature-thing done, especially if I knew that excactly 1548 other teachers wanted the same feature :DWe've been looking into some options for this within the last couple months and have found something that I think will work. I can't promise anything in terms of when it will go live, but it's something I've wanted for a while.
Thanks for the suggestion. This has been requested many times before, but unfortunately it's pretty low priority. It's still on the to-do list, though.
Jerk :P I at first I read your message before the quote and cheered up in the air and then realized it was for another feature haha.We've been looking into some options for this within the last couple months and have found something that I think will work. I can't promise anything in terms of when it will go live, but it's something I've wanted for a while.
This a bit old but not really in timeline of things. Xsplit people get paid a lot where OBS is a 100% free, etc. The dev said if you want to hire someone to create it and throw on github then they be happy to do it as long as it's done right.Although we would prefer to use OBS we are having to use Xsplit. When we asked them for a pause button for recording they got it to us within a week. We record and stream at the same time and have been using this for years now. Pausing is a make or break situation for us as we have to maintain a stream for live situations and use a break plate for users to know we are still on. Stitching a recording together is too much of a time killer, and we have to eliminate dead recording time.