We're excited to announce that YouTube has become a premier sponsor of the OBS Project! Since the earliest days of the program, a large number of our users have used OBS to create video content specifically for YouTube, whether live-streamed or record...
With lots of folks staying in as a result of COVID-19, there's a good chance that some of y'all who play games will want to get started with streaming. It's a great thing to do while we all maintain distance, since it allows you to be social and talkat...
We are excited to announce that Facebook is the newest Premiere Sponsor of the OBS Project!
Facebook has long believed in the power of live video to build community, and because of that, they have shown a passion for supporting the livestreaming indus...
We’re excited to announce that NVIDIA is sponsoring the OBS Project as our second Diamond-level sponsor! NVIDIA and OBS have worked alongside each other for some time now, in particular with the development of the optimized NVIDIA Encoder (NVENC), fir...
We are excited to announce that Twitch is now officially sponsoring my work on the OBS Project! Since 2012 we've maintained a great relationship with Twitch and their engineers. They've always been good to us, and we've always helped each other whenev...
Welcome to another edition of the OBS Project Progress Report. This time we're going to go over all the big news and updates that have happened leading up to version 24.
Let's start with the big announcement:
We're excited to announ...
We are delighted to announce that Logitech has become the OBS Project’s first Diamond sponsor on Open Collective, demonstrating a huge commitment to OBS development.
More than 35 years ago, Logitech started connecting people through computers, and now ...
A new update is released and therefore a new progress report. The story of version 23 involves a whole lot of research and a whole lot of development.
Crowdfunding is something I now realize we should have done a long time ago. There's no ...
It’s amazing to think that the first version of OBS was publicly released over six years ago. What started out as a small side project by Hugh “Jim” Bailey to make a free and open source program to stream StarCraft 2 has grown into a powerful force in ...
Welcome to the first OBS Studio Progress Report. My name is Jim, the normally-silent author of OBS. Version 22.0 has finally come out, and I had a really great time writing it.
This is going to be a long post because I almost never normally speak, so...