How do I use a capture card for live streaming?

How do I use a capture card for live streaming?

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What is the purpose of a capture card for streaming?

The most important thing to look for in a device you’d like to use a capture card with is an HDMI output. The purpose of a capture card is to take a video feed from one device and transmit it through an HDMI cable to another device so that it can be encoded for playback or streaming.

Why can’t I hear audio in OBS?

If you mean you can’t hear while recording or streaming, that’s controlled by the Monitor device setting in Settings > Audio and which tracks are set to monitor in Edit > Advanced Audio Properties.

Why is obs not recording audio?

Check if the OBS software has been muted in Volume Mixer. First, open the OBS software. Right-click the speaker icon to select Open Volume Mixer. Then click the muted speaker icon for OBS if it’s muted.

How do I set up audio on OBS?

Use the Desktop Audio setting in OBS. Similar to the above, navigate to Audio Mixer > Desktop Audio > Click the Settings button (small gear cog symbol) > Properties. Select your audio interface as the Device. Any audio you play on the computer should then be heard on the stream.

Does game capture record audio OBS?

Game Capture does not capture audio– only video. You need to specify an audio device to capture from either in Settings > Audio or by adding an audio input source to your scene.

How do I fix the sound on my OBS Desktop?

The next solution is to set the speakers as the default audio device to fix the “Streamlabs OBS not picking up desktop audio” issue. Step 1: Right-click the Sound icon and clickthe Sound Control Panel option in Settings. Step 2: Select Speakers on the Playback tab. Then, select the Set Default option.

How do I listen to music without OBS picking up?

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