OBS Definition


Recording in OBS refers to the process of capturing and saving a video of your computer screen and audio output.

What is Recording in OBS?

Recording in OBS refers to the process of capturing and saving a video of your live stream or gameplay. OBS allows you to record your content in various formats, including MP4, FLV, and MOV. Recording your content can be useful for creating highlights, tutorials, or simply archiving your streams for future reference.

How to Record in OBS?

To start recording in OBS, you need to first set up your scene and sources. Once you have everything set up, click on the 'Start Recording' button in the controls section of the OBS interface. You can also use the hotkey 'Ctrl + Shift + R' to start and stop recording. OBS allows you to customize your recording settings, such as the output format, resolution, and bitrate, to ensure that your recorded content meets your specific needs.

Where are Recordings Saved in OBS?

By default, OBS saves your recordings in the 'Videos' folder on your computer. However, you can change the default save location by going to 'Settings' > 'Output' and selecting a new folder. OBS also allows you to configure your recording settings to automatically save your recordings to a specific folder or to prompt you to choose a save location each time you start a new recording.

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