Windows ARM64

CharmanDrigo

New Member
It doesn't work, I get a bunch of missing DLL messages and Windows suggest to reinstall the software to fix the issue.
 

NiQ1

New Member
It doesn't work, I get a bunch of missing DLL messages and Windows suggest to reinstall the software to fix the issue.
It may depend on DLLs that are probably located in other ZIP files in the same folder.
Please give me a list of these DLLs and I'll tell you which other packages you need.
 

NiQ1

New Member
Great, works also for me. Is there any plan to add it the official release stream?
That would be highly unlikely since OBS depends on several other libraries which must be ported as well, e.g. ffmpeg, icu, however the biggest pain is Qt5, which took me almost a week to get it to compile. I don't see an official ARM64 release of OBS until all dependencies have official ports as well.
 

treehs

New Member
Hey, I downloaded ARM64 VC runtime and got through everything. Set up all the sources but when I record and stop, only the audio is recorded but the screen is black. Also is there any advantages of using this over the 32 bit version
 

NiQ1

New Member
Hey, I downloaded ARM64 VC runtime and got through everything. Set up all the sources but when I record and stop, only the audio is recorded but the screen is black. Also is there any advantages of using this over the 32 bit version
Just a lot easier on the CPU since it doesn't have to be emulated.
 

MezTemplar

New Member
@NiQ1, Thanks so much! It's good to be able to test the merits of WoA.

Unfortunately my Surface Pro X SQ2 still encodes/records at 80% CPU and I get blank video on the recording. Streaming works okay. The 32-bit x86 version however uses 50% CPU and video is good so I'm going to stick with that.
 

doobie

New Member
That was my mistake, i got it to work.

Another question is concerning updates since the program is asking me if i want to update. I'm assuming don't update since this is the only ARM64 port and updating would just bring it back to 32bit and not arm64?
 

WizardCM

Forum Moderator
Community Helper
After spending a lot of time I managed to compile OBS Studio for Windows on ARM laptops.
If you have such a laptop, here you go:
https://mega.nz/#F!PclhDIRB!-yhBZ6UM7S596ijNU3dx0A
Hi there, are you willing to share what you did (both in terms of code changes & build process) for the rest of us? I have a feeling that now that Apple have released ARM based Macs, the question of OBS on WOA will become more prominent, and it'd be worth determining the viability of official Windows ARM builds of OBS.
 
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