Two PC Streaming or Recording without a CaptureCard

RobinJack0r

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15 Responses

  1. gruszks says:

    Hello can you attach some screenshot of OBS setting from 1 PC? Like bit rate etc?

  2. Gettre says:

    I’m sry i may be dumb but how do i stream without a virtual machine? I have 2 PC one with Quick sync and one with a decent CPU …how do i connect the stream from the first pc to the second … Through VLC ok but you could show that too :(

  3. Snipers says:

    are there special requirments for a external hardwear encoder or can i just use any? if i want to buy one?

  4. Snipers says:

    id alos like to know what to set the first pcs obs settings to, to stream to the nginx server? how does the push command look like? rtmp:// ?

    • RobinJack0r says:

      The address is always your second PC`s IP, combined with the application name that was set in the nginx.conf, so for example:
      rtmp://192.168.0.3/live (and for example playpath/streamkey “test”).
      To watch the stream you could then use rtmp://192.168.0.3/live/test

      • Snipers says:

        Tahnk you alot. and and if i want to send it to twitch, is it than like i have to push it to rtmp://twitch.com(twitch Profile Url?)

        • RobinJack0r says:

          For Twitch it would be something like: push rtmp://live-ams.twitch.tv/app/streamkey;
          live-ams.twitch.tv is the amsterdam server for example, you can get a list of all servers on http://twitchstatus.com/ for example. And obviously replace streamkey with the streamkey you can get on your twitchdashboard, live_xyz…

  5. Stephen says:

    What do I put in for the FMS URL on the gaming pc OBS? Is it it the nginx server ip? And if that is the case, how do I find the nginx server ip?

  6. ZaxiusRPG says:

    Is there any merit to use this kind of setup as you still need to encode the video from your first pc send it to nginx and than encode a second time to send it to twitch from your first pc ?

    • RobinJack0r says:

      If possible you use a hardware encoder (QuickSync or NVENC) on the first PC and produce a high bitrate stream that uses low resources. Then on the second PC you can use all power you have to compress the video for a livestream output and do not need a CaptureCard. (These can be expensive for higher resolutions and framerates)
      If no hardware encoder is available you can use the superfast/ultrafast preset to lower the resource usage on PC1 but in some cases a 2PC Capture Card setup will of course perform better.

  7. J says:

    The link posted does not work… :-\

  8. Sirblockwood says:

    Would love to see a video tutorial on this..would make it a heck of a lot easier to understand!