How to use Live Annotations with OBS and NDI Telestrator

Written by on January 31, 2019

Live annotations can really make any video production come alive. This is a great way to add additional production value to your OBS presentations. Live telestration is often used in Sports instant replays but it can also be used in Open Broadcaster Software to make presentations.

NDI ANNOTATIONS

NDI ANNOTATIONS


Open Broadcaster Software now supports the NewTek NDI with a free plugin available online. This plugin will allow users to bring in any NDI source on their local area network. This is a great way to add functionality such as live alpha channel annotations in your OBS production. Check out this video and let us know if you have any questions.

Check out our other articles about Open Broadcaster Software below:

  • Here are the top 10 OBS features you need to know about
  • Increase your productivity with OBS and learn how to use hotkeys here
  • Learn how to setup animated stinger transitions in OBS here
  • Learn how to install the NDI plugin for OBS (and why you should) here
  • Learn more about the latest OBS user interface (UPDATED for 2019) here
  • Make your audio in OBS sound great with these VST 2 plugins here
  • Learn how to fix the most common OBS issues! Audio and Video Sync! here
  • Learn how to use OBS 20+ here
  • Learn how to use NDI Cameras with OBS here
  • Learn how to use the OBS Multiview here
  • Learn OBS quickly with our ZERO to SIXTY tutorial video here
  • Learn more about OBS settings and optimizing your settings for live streaming here 
  • Learn how to record videos using OBS here
  • Learn how to add live annotations over your OBS productions here
  • Learn how to add a webcam and set up a picture in picture scene inside OBS here
  • Learn how to crop and rotate inputs inside OBS here
  • Learn how to use color correction tools and LUTs here

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