New version available: OBS Studio 21.1.1 (macOS Release)
21.1.1 (macOS Release)
- Fixed a bug on macOS where if an audio capture device was set to "Default", the device would not change until the program was restarted.
Updated the Browser source to Chromium 63. This includes many important and critical updates to the Browser backend.
- The new Chromium build for the browser source now supports APNG (animated PNG) image files.
- Fixed a few bugs and a potential crash on shutdown with the browser source, with more fixes and improvements to come in coming updates.
- Fixed a bug where the bit icons in certain donation alerts didn’t load properly (fixed with the Chromium update for the browser source).
- Dockable windows can now be nested.
- Updated the program to use the latest Microsoft development toolchain (Visual Studio 2017) for the Windows version.
- Changed log file uploading to hastebin (for now) instead of anonymous github gists due to github removing anonymous gist support.
- Fixed an issue where the AMD encoder wouldn’t show up for some people since 21.0.
- Fixed a bug where you could import a scene collection with an already-existing name.
- Fixed an issue where a spontaneous rare audio glitch could happen when encoding audio on Windows. This was caused by a Microsoft audio encoder library which was used by default on Windows at bitrates between 96 and 192 kilobits per second; this library has now been replaced.
- Fixed a potential crash on startup.
- Fixed a few scripting-related crashes.
- Fixed a bug where setting a blank replay buffer prefix would reset to the default prefix when the program was restarted.
- Fixed a bug where the slideshow source would get stuck on the last image is the slideshow image list was cleared.
- Selection rectangles are no longer drawn for audio-only sources.