Stream From OBS To Another Computer on the Network Using UDP

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Stream From OBS To Another Computer on the Network Using UDP
Stream From OBS To Another Computer on the Network Using UDP
2021 UPDATE: To those of you watching this now, if you’re trying to go from OBS on one system to OBS on another, look into NDI instead, it’s lower latency and more reliable. If you’re trying to do a hub-spoke model, follow through, but use RTSP or alternatively RTMP relays using Nginx, it should be more reliable.

In this video, I show you how you can configure OBS to stream to another computer on your local network using UDP. This could be used to relay a stream, or, simply to stream your display to another computer on your network.

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–Note–
Note that OBS adds a lot of latency as it also keeps a buffer. If you’re not going to need to switch inputs, you can reduce latency by a fair bit by just using ffmpeg directly.

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