Tools Needed

 


Steps: -

Step 1: Set up your green screen with proper lighting for better video.

Step 2: Download and install OBS Studio. For Mac OS users, download and install the OBS Virtual Cam plugin as well.

This is the OBS interface you will see after installation:

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Step 3: Add Video Source to your Scene by clicking the ‘+’ icon in the Sources tab.

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Step 4: Select and add a suitable camera from the camera setting. E.g. Webcam or CamLink (if you’re using DSLR/ SLR cameras).

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Click OK after the appropriate camera selection from the setting.

 

Step 5: Now add an Image Source (for static Image) or Media Source (for video) from the Sources tab.

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Now drag the video layer above the image layer or select the video layer and click on the up arrow.

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Step 7: Now remove the green color of the green screen from the background to make the image/video visible behind you. Select Video Source and click on either Filters button or right-click and select Filters.

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Add New Effect Filter by clicking on the ‘+’ icon and select Chroma Key

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Step 8: Use the below-listed values for the optimal result. If your green screen is still visible, tweak a few settings here and there according to the need.

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Step 9: Click on Tools→Start Virtual Camera

 

Step 10: Log on to Airmeet.com and go to the backstage (Airmeet.com > Login> Dashboard> Event> Backstage).

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 On the bottom right of your screen, click on the three-dot Menu and then Audio & Video settings


On audio & Video Settings

  • Select OBS Virtual Camera as a default camera and click on Done

 

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And now, you are ready to go live.

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Click here: How to use OBS Studio to host high-quality virtual events in Airmeet for Windows users?






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