A number of people have asked me recently why I like OBS Studio. Some of them admitted that they found OBS Studio quite daunting.
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Video and Livestreaming Show with Sam Proof
Scenes and Sources in OBS Studio
This week in The Video & Livestreaming Show, we look at setting up and using scenes and sources in OBS Studio.
Start Scrappy: Cheap and Free Tools For Video
It's a trap! It can be really tempting to tell yourself that you'll get started after you buy that expensive piece of equipment. And as a fellow gear enthusiast, I completely understand, but this is a trap. When you're starting a new endeavour you want to create a...
Screen Share in OBS Studio
Whether you're recording a local video, livestreaming or using your virtual camera, sharing your screen in OBS Studio can be incredibly useful. Why might you want to share your screen? Sharing your screen can be quite useful for a number of different reasons. You...
Video opportunities for audio podcasters
Video killed the radio star? I've noticed lately that audio podcasters can be deeply distrustful of me when they find out I'm a video guy. But truthfully as a chronic podcast consumer (and honestly I listen to 3-4 hours of podcasts most days), I am one of your biggest...
About John Lacey
John Lacey is a Vocational Education and Training teacher, with a background in Web Design and Development and a passion for video, livestreaming and content creation.
Conquer the web with John Lacey
“John was my Web Design teacher at TAFE, he was the kind of teacher you will remember for the rest of your life. John is unique in his ability to make difficult things look easy and has a way of making you feel like you can conquer the web! John has real industry experience and is also very supportive and full of knowledge.
— Ashleigh Hudson, Hudson Web Solutions
“John is unique in his ability to make difficult things look easy and has a way of making you feel like you can conquer the web!”
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