Video recording with OBS - Basic tutorial
OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)
Open Broadcaster Software (also known as OBS) is a free and open source streaming and recording program maintained by the OBS Project.
Open Broadcaster Software is a free and open source software suite for recording and live streaming. Written in C and C++, OBS provides real-time source and device capture, scene composition, encoding, recording and broadcasting. Transmission of data is done via the Real Time Messaging Protocol and can be sent to any RTMP supporting destination (e.g. YouTube) including many presets for streaming websites such as Twitch.tv and DailyMotion.
For video encoding, OBS is capable of using the x264 free software library, Intel Quick Sync Video and Nvidia NVENC to encode video streams into the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC format. Experimental support for AMD VCE encoding was added in OBS Studio version 0.16.0. Audio can be encoded using either the MP3 or AAC codecs.
1.- Download OBS from the official page: https://obsproject.com/
2.- Run as administrator and proceed like any other program installation
3.- Depend on your system you can choose between 32 or 64 bits and of course dont forget to run as administrator.