OBS doesn’t have browser source or virtual camera or custom panels or individual audios. And from the OBS discord told me that the RPM version should be built by Fedora team…so for now had to install the flatpak for now but it also laks some stuff…but at least has the browser sources.
Fedora is not allowed to build OBS Studio due to license policy, see
rpm of OBS Studio is provided by rpmfusion, see
Here is the unofficial guide provided by obs
Ok, thanks for the legal info on fedora, and i’ve done the rpm fusion process which is the one in the OBS studio site, so, in resume, Fedora can’t have it natively, but the rpm obs version won’t have the browser source never? or does it depends on rpmfusion? where do i write to them? or is it the best option simply to use the flatpak version? although it won’t have the vlc video source? i mean, i’d like to have the complete version of OBS working in Fedora…is there a way?