Since our last streaming tutorial, where we showed you how you could stream over UDP from HDPVRCapture to OBS by ‘scraping’ the VLC window.
The good people over at obsproject.com have introduced a feature into the OBS application which now allows you to send a stream directly to OBS from UDP (as well as other sources).
This removes the need to ‘scrape’ the VLC window which now makes streaming to OBS with HDPVRCapture a much simpler process.
In this new streaming tutorial, we show you how you can use this new media source feature in OBS to stream from HDPVRCapture, over UDP and directly into OBS.
We also show you how you can use a multicast address rather than a unicast address to stream to multiple applications at the same time. This is useful for monitoring the stream audio with VLC from the command line.
You can watch our other tutorial videos on how to use the features in HDPVRCapture on our Tutorials page. Alternatively, you can check out our FAQ page for answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding the HDPVRCapture application and how to use it.
As always, we hope you find this tutorial helpful.