The rooms that will host the mini-workshops and demos sessions don't have any screen capture system. We encourage mini-workshops and demos sessions speakers to capture their screen and record their audio, such that we can publish the video on our YouTube channel and associate it with CW18.
We will provide USB Jabra microphones for those that would like to capture their activity.
The first time that you launch OBS Studio you need to agree with the GNU General Public License Version 2 and will opt-in to run the auto-configuration wizard. Before record your video, you can configure where the video will be store.
On the menu bar, select "Files" and "Settings".
On the left menu, select "Output".
At the "Recording" options, configure the "Recording Path" for where OBS Studio should save your video and select "mp4" as the "Recording Format". At the bottom right, click on "OK".
Back to OBS Studio, you need to add the "Sources" (second column from left to right). Add "Window Capture" and "Audio Input Capture".
When adding the "Window Capture" you need to select which window you want to record. If you want, you can disable the "Capture Cursor". In some cases, the red and blue are swapped—you will noticed on the preview. If this happen need, you should enable "Swap red and blue".
When adding "Audio Input Capture" you need to select the device you want to capture. We recommend to use a external microphone for better audio capture.
If you need to change the "Sources" properties you can double click on the source to change it.
To start recording your video, click on the "Start Recording" button.
When the record starts, you will see the clock on the bottom change and there will be a button to "Stop Recording".