OBS Studio 0.14 Adds NVIDIA NVENC Video Encoding Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 25 April 2016 at 09:32 AM EDT. 5 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
The OBS Studio open-source software for screencasting and recording is now available as a major update.

The multi-platform OBS Studio 0.14 release adds support for NVIDIA's NVENC encoder for video encoding on Windows and Linux using the NVIDIA API. There is also Intel QuickSync support for video encoding on Intel hardware, but that's Windows-only for now.

Also new to OBS Studio 0.14 is deinterlacing support, alt-cropping, new transitions, various other feature enhancements, and numerous bug fixes.

Those wishing to learn more about OBS Studio 0.14 for your screen recording/streaming needs can learn more via the release change-log and by visiting OBSProject.com.
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