The OBS Studio Mode is the best way to preview your live stream before making that content available to your viewers. Studio mode shows you what will be seen by your viewers before you make it live to the world. This functionality can come in handy because it gives a scene preview. The problem is you have to click through several scenes (tet only) before seeing the layout that you need. This limitation is problematic. OBS Studio has a solution, and it’s called “Multiview.”

Multiview gives you a visual preview of eight screens, not just one which is extremely helpful. Just click view at the top left and multiview (windowed). This selection will show a popup box showing you the eight preview windows. Make sure to unclick “Studio Mode” before making your selections. You can resize the popup screen with little effort. When you click each window, you’ll transition right to the live screen. This function is fantastic.

Scott Fichter highly recommends that you consider purchasing a second monitor for your computer. He suggests this because it is an advantage to see a larger version of the multiview screen. It also helps to show a panel with chat as well.

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