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How to install OBS on Linux Windows and MacOS

This article will guide you on steps to #install #OBS on #Windows. Also, we saw some common errors that we came across while installing OBS.

Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is a free and open-source cross-platform streaming and recording program built with Qt and maintained by the OBS Project. There are versions of OBS Studio available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux distributions. OBS is funded on Open Collective.

As a standard Windows application, OBS should run fine on Windows 10 without any issues in the core program. However, OBS makes heavy use of advanced hardware features, particularly on your GPU such as texture sharing and hardware encoding. Windows 10 will come with new #drivers for your hardware, including your #GPU.

To set up OBS for #streaming:

1. Run the auto-configuration wizard. When you load OBS Studio for the first time you should see the Auto-Configuration Wizard.

2. Set up your audio devices. By default, OBS Studio is set to capture your system default desktop audio device and microphone.

3. Add your sources for video.

4. Test your stream and record settings.

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Add Glance Cloud images to OpenStack

This article will guide you on steps to add #Glance #Cloud images to #OpenStack with different #Linux distributions which enables users to discover, register, and retrieve virtual machine images. 

After images are created they should be registered in Openstack Glance - #image operation service.

Upload Image Into Glance:

1. Replace <NAME> with the name that users will refer to the disk image by. 

2. Replace <IMAGE_FILE> with the local path to the image file to upload.

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