OBS Studio 28.0 has been officially released today as a huge update to this powerful and popular screencasting and streaming software that introduces numerous new features and a revamped interface based on the latest Qt technologies.
Highlights of OBS Studio 28.0 include 10-bit color support and HDR video encoding, a new color format and color space settings to let you tweak these options in the advanced settings, as well as a port to the latest Qt 6 application framework for a more modern interface with a new default theme called “Yami”.
Other exciting changes include support for sending chat messages to YouTube from within OBS, obs-websocket 5.0 as a first-party plugin, native SRT/RIST outputs, the ability to automatically split recordings based on file size or duration, and a new Accessibility section in settings to let you change colors of certain UI elements.
OBS Studio 28.0 also brings numerous improvements like EGL rendering on Linux for a better experience, support for the H.264 format in the Linux V4L2 (video capture device) source, multiview layouts without preview and program, the ability to relatively center multiple sources, the ability to reset the entire interface, a new option for low latency audio buffering, and support for custom FFmpeg options in media sources.
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