Now that sounds promising. Is there any documentation on how to configure this (X server, SSH, etc.)? Actually I know how to configure SSH. It's the X server that I may have problems with.You need an X server as OBS needs the GUI. You can then control OBS remotely via SSH, VNC whatever you want.
You need vncserver running on the computer you are going to run OBS on. You can then use a VNC client to connect from another computer and control OBS from there.
How to use X server? Can I have GUI access from my PC to the remote Ubuntu Server that has OBS 19.0.2?
As has been said elsewhere, OBS itself does. If you want to just stream to YouTube with out doing any overlays or voice overs, or mixing of anytype. Then FFMPEG can handle that.Thanks David. To clarify, I am just experimenting to stream remotely to Facebook or Youtube via RTMP. I thought RTMP does not need OpenGL, correct?
I have ffmpeg installed. The problem is when I try to start OBS, it is not starting because of OpenGL missing. How can I fix this?As has been said elsewhere, OBS itself does. If you want to just stream to YouTube with out doing any overlays or voice overs, or mixing of anytype. Then FFMPEG can handle that.
Let me clarify again what I am trying to do. I would like to see if I can run OBS on a remote Ubuntu instance to stream toYou need a GPU with at least OpenGL 3.2 support.