OBS.Ninja, the easiest method of broadcasting with more than one person on screen.

OBS Ninja, 2 or more people on screen using OBS

OBS.Ninja is free software created by Steve Seguin to work with OBS

OBS.Ninja uses peer-to-peer technology to bring remote cameras into OBS.

I have been using the system and have been blown away by the video quality and ease of use.

In this short 4 part course, I explain the steps to broadcasting successfully with OBS NInja.

Suppose you are new to broadcasting and want a free, easy way to go live on Facebook. Youtube, Periscope, or Twitch, you just found it.

Get started NOW.

Simply follow the step by step guide.

Part 1 Creating a Ninja Room https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raCVRtxrFR8

Part 2 OBS Download https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVWBTJJEg4E

Part 3 Ninja Set up OBS to Facebook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzpDVQ6-iKM

Part 4 OBS Ninja LIve on Facebook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzpDVQ6-iKM

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Testing OBS.Ninja with Romany and Peter

This was the first 3 person test with Romany Thresher and Peter Stewart.

Romany is in Cape Town, Peter is in Aberdeen, and I am in Wiltshire

Our sound engineer (me) forgot to click a button.
We could hear each other in the studio.
Next time will be better. 🙂

 What is OBS NINJA?

OBS.Ninja uses peer-to-peer technology to bring remote cameras into OBS.

In most cases, all video data is transferred directly from peer to peer, without needing to go through any video server.

This results in high-quality video with super-low latency. In a small number of cases, video data may go through an encrypted TURN server, which is used to facilitate peer connections when otherwise not possible.

OBS Ninja https://obs.ninja/

Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/OBSNinja

Discord https://discord.gg/T4xpQVvc 

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