OBS Studio - open source broadcaster video editing in real-time for Linux, Windows and Mac

OBS Studio - open source broadcaster video editing in real-time for Linux, Windows and Mac

It may be a relatively niche market, but not all video editing is done in post-production. There are use cases for live, on-the-fly video editing and basic compositing. You've seen it done yourself, whether you realize it or not—news broadcasts, live webcasts, and live TV events usually use multiple-camera setups controlled by one central software suite.

OBS Studio (formerly Open Broadcaster Software) is an open source central control room for live, real-time video editing. It features instant encoding using x264 (an open source h.264 encoder) and AAC and streams to services like YouTube, DailyMotion, Twitch, your own streaming server, or just to a file.

If your studio set up has two cameras, then create two sources within the scene. Sources can be nearly any kind of media you can imagine: still images on your hard drive, webcam feeds, JACK inputs, video files, and more. For example, to add a video camera as a source, click the plus button under the Sources window and select Video Capture Device (V4L2).

See https://opensource.com/life/15/12/real-time-linux-video-editing-with-obs-studio or their website at https://obsproject.com/

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On-the-fly video editing with Open Broadcast Studio | Opensource.com
Open Broadcast Studio is an open source central control room for live, real-time video editing for Linux, Windows, and MacOS.

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