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GoS RL - OBS setup tutorial

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#1
TheJani

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Hey there, it seems like some of you guys still have some issues with OBS and the RL tool.
I've thrown together a quick tutorial on that topic, so after reading this, you'll be able to stream with the tool open.

​So, let's start with the end result:

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As it can be seen on the picture above, the GoS canvas is not visible on the OBS capture.


To achieve this, first make sure you have your Display Mode set to Borderless in-game:
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Then in OBS simply add a Scene, then a Game Capture source:
1. Press the "+" icon and select the "Game Capture" option.

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2. Select "Create new" and press "OK".
3. In the next window select the "Capture specific window" from the Mode menu.
4. Select the "RocketLeague.exe" option from the "Window" menu.
5. Press OK and start streaming :)
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That's it. ✌

Edit: It works with discord the same way:

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Edit2: If for some reason the overlay shows up, your OBS / Streaming hook may have problems with the hooking order. Try changing it, for an example disable shadowplay, or bakkesmod, and it should fix itself.


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#2
Heisa

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Hey there, it seems like some of you guys still have some issues with OBS and the RL tool.
I've thrown together a quick tutorial on that topic, so after reading this, you'll be able to stream with the tool open.

​So, let's start with the end result:

Spoiler


As it can be seen on the picture above, the GoS canvas is not visible on the OBS capture.


To achieve this, first make sure you have your Display Mode set to Borderless in-game:
image.png
Then in OBS simply add a Scene, then a Game Capture source:
1. Press the "+" icon and select the "Game Capture" option.
Spoiler


2. Select "Create new" and press "OK".
3. In the next window select the "Capture specific window" from the Mode menu.
4. Select the "RocketLeague.exe" option from the "Window" menu.
5. Press OK and start streaming :)
Spoiler


That's it. ✌

Thank you for the detailed guide
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#3
Aristo

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Pinned, nice guide! Thanks for this! 


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GoSWeeb

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This STILL, doesn't work for me.

I'm 100% sure your tutorial is good, but just something here is messing up, i guess :(

I literally mirrored the settings shown in the tutorial, still no luck.


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GoSWeeb

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Can I somehow share my screen with one of you? Over a discord call? or anything you prefer?

thanks in advance.


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GoSWeeb

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Disabling my Shadowplay from NVIDIA fixed it! 
Thank you TheJani for helping me figuring it out.


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