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OBS Studio 27.0 Released With Undo/Redo, Wayland Support

OBS Studio 27.0 is out as the latest major feature release to this cross-platform, open-source software for desktop screen recording and livestreaming.

For Linux users, arguably most exciting is the merged Wayland support that includes native Wayland capture abilities.

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OBS Studio 27.0 out with service integration, browser dock...

  • OBS Studio 27.0 out with service integration, browser dock support and Wayland on Linux

    OBS Studio 27.0 is now officially out marking one of the biggest releases they've ever done, especially if you're a Linux user and it's looking great.

    This release further closes the gap between Linux, macOS and Windows on certain features. On the Linux side they've managed to now hook up service integration along with browser panel docking! What does this mean though? You can now attach any sort of web address into your OBS Studio to have everything together in one window - it's useful! With service integration, you're also able to login to Twitch and Restream directly too.

OBS Studio 27 Released With Native Wayland And PipeWire Support

  • OBS Studio 27 Released With Native Wayland And PipeWire Support, Browser Docks On Linux And macOS

    OBS Studio 27 has been released with native support for Wayland, new PipeWire capture source, browser docks on macOS and Linux, and more.

    OBS Studio is a free and open source Qt application for live-streaming and screen recording, which runs on Linux, macOS and Windows.

    The tool can broadcast to any RTMP supporting destination, having presets for streaming on YouTube, Twitch, Instagram and Facebook. It offers pretty much everything you'd need, including multiple scenes and sources (like live and recorder video, text and audio), audio mixer, transitions, and more.

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    OBS is a hugely popular open source content streaming and recording program for Windows, macOS and Linux. This week it received a sizeable update.

    OBS Studio 27.0’s headline change is support for Wayland on Linux. This, notably, also includes support for PipeWire capture source when using Wayland. While neither Wayland or Pipewire is in use everywhere (on Ubuntu you need 21.04 to take advantage of the latter) OBS adding support for both is a big deal.

OBS Studio 27.0 Released with Wayland Support.

  • OBS Studio 27.0 Released with Wayland Support. How to Install via Ubuntu PPA

    OBS Studio, the free and open-source software for video recording and live streaming, released version 27.0.0 a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.04 via PPA.

    OBS Studio 27.0.0 features native Wayland support, includes new PipeWire capture source for Ubuntu 21.04+. Also, it adds undo/redo support either from ‘Edit’ menu or via Ctrl+Z /Ctrl+Shift+Z keyboard shortcuts.

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