|✅ Available||✅ Available||✅ Available|
Media source adds different types of media files to your scenes.
The currently supported file types are:
|Loop||Specifies whether the file play again once playback has completed||Off|
|Restart playback when source becomes active||Sets the file to restart once the source is in the current scene and visible||On|
|Use hardware decoding when available||Sets the GPU to perform hardware decoding on certain file types if your GPU has the appropriate hardware decoder built-in||Off|
|Show nothing when playback ends||Sets the source to automatically hide itself when the file has completed playback. Useful for video files so they do not show the last frame indefinitely.||On|
|Close file when inactive||Frees up memory by unloading the media file when it is hidden/not on the current scene. If switching to a scene that shows it again, there may be a small period of time where it is not showing while it reloads||Off|
|Speed||Specifies the media file playback speed, from 1% (0.01x) to 200% (2x)||100%|
|YUV Color Range||Specifies the YUV color range for the selected media file||Partial|
|Apply alpha in linear space||Off|
|✅ Requires VLC||✅ Requires VLC||✅ Requires VLC|
Similar to Media Source, you can add video and other media files to this source to be played in your scenes. Unlike Media Source, you can create a playlist of items, similar to an Image Slideshow.
This source type will use the VLC libraries for extended media support over the built-in Media Source. It requires that VLC be installed on your system to show up as an available source in OBS Studio.
|Loop Playlist||Specifies whether the source should restart when it has run out of media files||On|
|Shuffle Playlist||Specifies if the source should randomize the media files being played or stay in the order of the file list||Off|
|Visibility Behaviour||Specifies whether the source should continue, pause, or stop when the slideshow is not visible||Stop when not visible, restart when visible|
|Network caching (ms)||400|
|Audio Track||Specifies the audio track to play||1|
|Subtitles Enabled||Specifies if subtitles should be displayed||Off|
|Subtitle Track||If Subtitles Enabled is checked, specifies which subtitle track should be display||1|
If you are using 64-bit OBS, you must install 64-bit VLC.