Okay, so I've been at this for a while now. For context: I used to use Arch linux and I recall having to do some loopback command to listen to the output of my default sound device, thereby capturing my desktop audio to stream with in OBS. Since then, I switched to FreeBSD but also streamed from...
Just a heads up there is a freebsd port of obs-v4l2sink which is a obs studio plugin used with virtual video devices
An OBS Studio plugin that provides output capabilities to a Video4Linux2 device.
It is basically a Linux version of obs-virtual-cam, but only contains the video sink part.
Setting up obs studio on freebsd
Boot up with the external usb mic plugged in
+ install obs and obs browser plugin
# pkg install obs-studio-25.0.4 obs-qtwebkit-g2018090201_2
+ set the xdg_runtime_directory directory to /tmp/username for pulseaudio
edit your shell config file, replace vi...
obs studio is open source software for video recording and live streaming
Heres how i managed to get my Yeti Blue Snowball mic working with obs studio
1 - Boot up with the external usb mic plugged in
2 - After logging in run dmesg as root to make sure the device is recognised