How to use LM-Cam to deliver with [OBS].

You can use OBS (Open Broadcaster Software), a relatively popular distribution tool for game distribution and live distribution, to distribute LM-Cam. OBS is free to use and is compatible with both Windows and Mac, making it an easy tool for beginners to use. Here is a brief explanation of the setup procedure using OBS. 1.Download OBS 2.Install NDI plugin 3.Download LM-Cam 4.Setting up OBS distribution 1.Download OBS Download the latest version from the OBS website. https://obsproject.com/ja/download Supported OS: Windows, Mac 2.Install NDI plugin LM-Cam uses NDI to deliver the video, so you need to add NDI plugin to OBS. (NDI is a technology that can send out video with "low latency and high quality using IP. https://github.com/Palakis/obs-ndi/releases (NDI is a technology that can transmit video with "low latency and high quality using IP. In case of Windows, download "obs-ndi-XXX-Windows-Installer.exe". 3.Download LM-Cam Download the camera application "LM-Cam". https://www.lm-cam.net/?lang=en Only iPhone is supported. 4.Setting up OBS distribution 1.Start the camera application "LM-Cam" and start sending. 2.Start OBS, select "Scene", add "Source", and select "NDI Source". 3.Select the LM-Cam video from "Source name" in the NDI Source property. If the signal is received successfully, the image will be displayed. Set Latency mode to "Low" and press OK to display the image. Please note that the LM-Cam image will not be displayed in the "Source name" unless you are in the same network environment. In the case of LM-Cam, by setting [Video Encoding] to "HEVC", it is possible to send the same quality of video with up to about 1/10 of the transmission volume compared to Full NDI (100M), so it can be used comfortably even in environments with low network bandwidth. LM-Cam: Menu → NDI → Video Encoding If the video is choppy, it is recommended to use "HEVC" which has a lower transmission volume. HEVC video is not displayed by Windows broadcast software: If HEVC video is not displayed correctly by Windows broadcast software, install "HEVC Video Extensions" to use it. This is not necessary for Mac. Please note that the LM-Cam video will not be displayed in the "Source name" unless you are in the same network environment. 4.When the image is received from LM-Cam successfully, the image will be displayed. Insert the image. 5.It is possible to connect multiple cameras in the same way.

How to use LM-Cam to deliver with [OBS].

You can use OBS (Open Broadcaster Software), a relatively popular distribution tool for game distribution and live distribution, to...