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    Open Broadcaster Software - Open source Switching

    Open Broadcaster Software is free and open source software for recording and live streaming. Source code is available to everyone to contribute and improve. Both 32 and 64 bit versions are available and it's absolutely free!

    Check it out here! http://obsproject.com/index

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    Thanks to Bruce Turner for the info....Interesting feature of Open Broadcaster - http://www.obsremote.com/index.html

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    Really funny I just spoke to bruce about this. Open Source is always good. Its amazing that we have so many options now. Wirecast, Vidblaster, OBS...

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    Andrew S

    What are some Pros and cons to it?
    you best get steppin

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    found this today

    http://www.obsremote.com/index.html

    OBS Remote is a websocket based plugin/webclient for Open Broadcaster Software. Basically it enables you to control and monitor your stream in the browser from a remote computer. So if you use a second computer to stream or have a laptop but not a second monitor to stream from, OBS Remote will enable you to control your stream without having to alt + tab or interrupt your stream.

    I have currently tested OBS Remote with Chrome, Firefox, Desktop Safari, and the Steam Browser. So other browsers might perform in an unpredictable way (or not at all if they don't support websockets.)

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