A scene in OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) is a collection of sources that are displayed together in a specific layout. Sources can include video and audio feeds, images, text, and more. Scenes are used to create different views or setups for your broadcast, such as a starting soon screen, gameplay view, or a facecam overlay. You can switch between scenes during your broadcast to provide your viewers with a more dynamic and engaging experience.
To create a scene in OBS, you need to first add sources to your scene. You can do this by clicking on the plus sign in the Sources box and selecting the type of source you want to add. Once you have added all your sources, you can arrange them in the desired layout by dragging and dropping them in the preview window. You can also resize and crop sources to fit your layout. Once you have created your scene, you can save it and switch between scenes during your broadcast.
Scenes are important in OBS because they allow you to create a professional-looking broadcast with multiple views and layouts. By using scenes, you can provide your viewers with a more engaging and dynamic experience. For example, you can switch between a gameplay view and a facecam overlay during your stream to show your reactions to the game. Scenes also allow you to create a more organized and efficient workflow by grouping sources together and saving them for future use.
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