The Gaming Careers Podcast
Creating OBS: The MOST POPULAR Streaming Software
In this episode, we talk to Hugh "Jim" Bailey, the guy who created Open Broadcaster Software, more commonly known as OBS. We discuss how OBS grew from a solo side-project to the world's most popular streaming software, why Twitch is still the best platform for viewers, and what it's like to turn down a 7-figure offer.
February 19, 2020
We talk to Hugh “Jim” Bailey, the guy who created Open Broadcaster Software, more commonly known as OBS. We discuss how OBS grew from a solo side-project to the world’s most popular streaming software, why Twitch is still the best platform for viewers, and what it’s like to turn down a 7-figure offer.
OBS Studio is free and open-source software for video recording and live streaming. Since its release in 2012, OBS quickly became the most popular software solution people used to live stream to platforms like Twitch, YouTube Gaming, and Mixer.
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