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If you hear tipping on another site, that model probably has something wrong with their audio setup. I promise you, if a streamer has their audio settings correct, viewers only hear what the streamer wants them to hear.
This is a portion of what a typical OBS user might see while streaming.
As I said before, that doesn't make any sense. The only control I, or any other model, have over sound, whether it's someone whispering or music so loud you can hear it from 200 meters away, is making sure it doesn't...
I had a shotgun mic, boom, and stand on my wishlist but took it off because it felt like overkill. Should I put it back? 😆
I have a lavalier microphone, but its usefulness is limited if I want to do nude shows. 😂
Okay, that makes more sense. I was confused because there's a limit to how loud I can make something before it starts clipping. When I stream, I control the levels with an audio mixer before sending it off into the world. I would never have a microphone pick up something that's output from...
Your best bet would be to look for tutorials on Twitch streaming for the nitty gritty. I don't think there's any way around using OBS or similar software. I'm willing to help, but how effective that would be over forum posts is questionable, especially since I haven't used a Mac since 1999ish...
Yeah... I find that quite annoying sometimes. I'd be watching someone and be like "This picture is fuzzy. I want higher quality..." only to find that the streamer isn't sending a full HD stream to begin with.
What that's referring to is "transcoding." Twitch doesn't do that for new streamers, and doesn't turn that feature on for a particular streamer until they have achieved certain metrics because the process can be processor intensive. That's required if the person on the receiving end doesn't have...
That's... not how it works. When it comes to playing video, any modern video playback device should be able to handle a 4K signal, even if the display device doesn't physically have enough pixels. The image would just get downsampled accordingly; you don't get just ¼ when you try to play 4K...
I have a Microsoft Surface Pro 7, and it struggles when I have OBS set to output 4K. The speed test built into OBS suggested 1080p. My desktop computer on the other hand does just fine.
Wouldn't the image get down-sampled or otherwise scaled down rather than cropped to only ¼ the image?