Welcome to our stream/recording tutorial.
Step 1 Download OBS Studio:
Download https://obsproject.com/download for your OS.
Step 2 Download and import profile/scene collection:
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Download our Profile/Scene, unzip it, Open OBS Studio and press on the tab Profile and select Import and then select the folder for the profile you want to use (Highlights, Stream, Recording) or import all profiles. Next click on the tab Scene collection (picture 2) and select Import, select the file GoM_Scene_Collection.json and now you have both Scenes and Settings.
Step 3 Configuration:
Now there are few things you will need to change or add in Settings
Twitch: First you need your stream key from twitch which u can find on this site https://www.twitch.tv/REPLACE-WITH-YOUR-TWITCH-NAME/dashboard/settings/streamkey copy the stream key.
Now that you have your stream key go into OBS Studio settings then select tab Stream, Select service Twitch. Select a server nearby you or leave it on Auto and then paste in your stream key and press Apply at bottom right corner.
Youtube: First you need your stream key from twitch which u can find on this site https://www.youtube.com/live_dashboard Scroll down to ENCODER SETUP
Now that you have your stream key go into OBS Studio settings then select tab Stream, Select service Youtube / Youtube Gaming. Select a server nearby you or leave it on Auto and then paste in your stream key and press Apply at bottom right corner.
Restream.io (youtube + twitch):
Register on www.restream.io and login
Now go into your dashboard and click on Add Channel, Select Twitch/Youtube Gaming
On your dashboard select RTMP URL nearby you.
Click stream key to reveal your stream key and copy your stream key.
Now go into OBS studio settings -> Stream and select Service Restream.io and select same server as you did on RTMP URL previously and paste in your stream key and click on Apply
https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/how-to-use-quicksync.82/ we recommend to stream/record with Quicksync since it will use your onboard GPU to render and put less strain on your CPU while streaming/recording, which means less chance of getting dropped frames in stream/recording and on your ingame FPS.
Streaming to 3 different plattforms (twitch, youtube, smashcast etc.)
more to come