Open Broadcasting Studio can be used for multiple things. I haven’t yet decided what I would like to use it for, but I know i am going to need OBS eventually. I also would like to check the input settings to get the audio input from a real microphone on my Linux workstation.
Qjackctl was somewhat of a bust.
The thing thats important with
qjackctl is going
Output Device: hw:USB and
Output Device: hw:USB and then start the qjackctl server.
I don’t think I got qjackctl to work. I need to look at documentation.
I had a little trouble getting the OBS studio working with the Scarlett Focusrite.
It ended up being a builtin audio configuration for the fix.
settings on the bottom right of the application in the toolbar, go to
audio settings and make sure
desktop audio is
Mic/Aux Aduio is set to
Scarlett Solo USB Analog Stereo, and the other
Mic’s are set to
Then in the
sources toolbar part, make sure to select the
window capture and select the correct window.
Audio Mixer under the
Mic/Aux hit the settings button, and confirm the properties device is set to
Scarlett Solo USB Analog Stereo and the
Advanced Audio Properties the
Mic/Aux is set to
Then run a test run and ensure everything is good to go.
If there are issues with the hardware encoder, use the
x264 encoder in
Encoder: Software (x264).
Pulse Audio Control. Pulse is pretty easy. I am able to type in “Pulse audio” to my search bar and open “PulseAudio Volume…” to configure the inputs without much trouble.
sudo apt install pavucontrol