A stream that looks professional is a great way to encourage new viewers to stick around and drop a follow. Excellent audio quality is an essential part of that — especially for microphones. Remember, you are trying to capture and hold your viewer’s attention. Muffled, hushed, or in-audible audio may encourage your viewers to watch someone else. When you speak into the mic, your voice should be crisp, clear, and free from any background noise. Additionally, adding a virtual green screen or background can add an extra level of professionalism that some viewers appreciate.
Streamlabs is working closely with the team at NVIDIA to help you achieve this. With the NVIDIA Broadcast App, you can transform your gaming space into a home broadcast studio. Using powerful AI effects, you can remove background noise, add virtual backgrounds, and auto frame your webcam.
Today we will show you how to use the NVIDIA Broadcast App in Streamlabs Desktop and take your live streams to the next level.
How to Use the NVIDIA Broadcast App in Streamlabs Desktop
Within the broadcast app, you can enable and configure the strength of the microphone noise removal effect. You can also adjust your camera resolution and enable the new Virtual Background and Auto Frame camera features.
To use the noise removal effects in Streamlabs Desktop, add an “Audio Input Capture” source.
In the settings window, select the device that says, “NVIDIA Broadcast.”
To use the Virtual Background and Auto Frame camera features, add a “Video Capture Device” source.
In the next window, select the device that says, “NVIDIA Broadcast”.
Please note that your camera’s resolution in Streamlabs Desktop needs to match the resolution in the NVIDIA Broadcast App. Otherwise, your camera may run into some issues displaying correctly in Streamlabs Desktop.
Now you are set up and ready to use the AI effects from the NVIDIA Broadcast App in Streamlabs Desktop. If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. Remember to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
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