OBS Studio 27.1 adds YouTube integration, a feature that helps users connect their YouTube account without using a stream key, create and manage YouTube streams through a new “Manage Broadcast” button, and easily set up settings for their streams, such as privacy settings, description, title, scheduling, etc.
In addition, the new YouTube integration comes with a read-only chat dock for public and unlisted broadcasts, as well as bandwidth testing support in the Auto-Configuration wizard, a feature that’s only available when you’re logged in to your YouTube account.
On top of the YouTube integration, this release also adds an 18-scene multi-view option, an option to draw safe areas in the preview, a “Mask Only” option to the stinger track matte, as well as support for browser sources to allow limited control over OBS Studio, a feature that needs to be explicitly granted by the user first.
See OBS Studio 27.1 Released with YouTube Integration, 18-Scene MultiView Option, and More - 9to5Linux
OBS Studio 27.1 open-source and free live streaming and video recording software is now available for download with new features and improvements.