Learn Together: OBS: Open Broadcaster Software

Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is a free and open-source cross-platform streaming and recording program. It can be used to create a more professional broadcast of a webcam.

In this session JR will demonstrate what he has learned about using the software:

  • outputting to virtual webcam (to stream to hangouts)
  • Combining multiple video sources
  • Green Screen
  • Text Titles 
  • Special effects.
  • Scenes and transitions. 

This software is great for anyone looking to step up their game for video conferencing and presentations.

Instructor
Real name: 
J.R. Logan

Instructor

Instructor Bio: 

J.R. is a cofounder and executive director of MakeHaven, a nonprofit makerspace and FabLab in New Haven, Connecticut.  J.R. has a history of nonprofit leadership at United Way, in New Haven he currently serves on the board of the Eli Whitney Museum and Elm City Innovation Collaborative. He has been involved in local environmental initiatives and is an advocate for urban river restoration and access. He has earned a master's degree in Public Affairs from the School and Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University with a focus on nonprofit management.

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