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Picarto Mac OSX: how toI noticed that there isn't much help for Mac users an streaming on Picarto so I thought I'd write up a few quick notes of junk I've figured out.
Use OBS not Wirecast. Even if Wirecast was free (it's $500) it's almost feature for feature worse than the free OBS. The only thing that wirecast had that I miss, a preview window for scene switching, and it allowed you to capture sections of desktop.
OBS is not going to have sound support for desktop audio out of the gate.
It's listed on their known Mac issues.
I've switched to using sound siphon
It works so much nicer, not as buggy, and is actively supported.
You can mute or change the audio your listening to without muting or lowering the volume for the stream, and you can have specific apps send audio and have other
Configuring sound output for streaming (OBS, Mac)Not one of my usual journals, sorry. ;w;
But hey, I think sound is officially working! XD No one commented in my stream last night, but I don't see any reason to say it's not. :3
This guide is partly a reference for myself in case anything gets screwed up in the future, and partly a reference for you in case you are having difficulties like this. ^^
SO! Storytime! XD
Let's say hypothetically you have a Mac and you want to do some streaming on it. Well, you go around, do some research, and say "hey, I want to stream on Picarto or Twitch" or other places, I don't know. Again, hypothetical. These sites give you suggestions on programs you can use for the stream. For example, for Macs, they suggest OBS, an alpha stage but free program, or a $400+ program that hopefully works. Naturally, you go for the free one.
So you have OBS. Oh, and you also registered your account on the streaming service and have an a