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This is useful for recording or streaming how to’s such as these, or any other content.
When recording audio in Ubuntu, you can install the low latency kernel image for lower latency/delay. It is an example of a soft real-time computing kernel. It is my understanding that this kernel sacrifices stability for low latency. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re…
Run the below commands in a terminal.
1. Install the low latency kernel
sudo apt --yes install linux-image-lowlatency
2. Install the OBS ppa
sudo apt-add-repository --yes ppa:obsproject/obs-studio sudo apt --yes install ffmpeg obs-studio
3. Reboot the computer to start using the new low latency kernel.
After reboot confirm you’re using the low latency kernel:
uname -r 4.18.0-11-lowlatency
4. Run OBS from dash: