How to crop and rotate OBS Inputs
Written by Paul Richards on January 23, 2019
This video is a part of our online OBS tutorial course re-designed for 2019. Paul Richards, the Chief Streaming Officer here at StreamGeeks takes you through everything you need to know about OBS using the latest version 22 of Open Broadcaster Software. Where ever you need to rotate an image you can right-click your source inside the OBS sources menu and select the transform option. The transform area includes multiple options for flipping, rotating and even mirroring your video input inside open broadcaster software. If you want to crop a source inside OBS this is done using the filters area. Add a filter called crop and choose how much of each area of your image you would like to trim off of your input. It’s that easy!
Learn how to quickly crop and rotate images using filters and transformation tools inside OBS to create engaging video presentations. You can download all of the course files for this YouTube OBS course at https://streamgeeks.us/OBS
Check out our other articles about Open Broadcaster Software below:
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