Project Description

To experiment and possibly implement a filter for OBS studio, with a focus on doing frame interpolation, while lowering the output's target FPS.

The idea is to capture videogames at a high frame rate (say, 240FPS), interpolate these frames together in batches of 4, then output these interpolated frames as a 60FPS stream.

The interest here is to learn more about frame interpolating techniques, inside a context that's actually useful.

Goal for this Hackweek

Ideally, we'd implement a very simple filter that turns all video to greyscale. Frame interpolation could then be implemented as a consequence of this filter's development. Basically, we need to familiarise ourselves with OBS Studio development.

If the actual implementation can't be done during HackWeek, at least we'll learn more about OBS Studio development.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

obs-studio gaming streaming video videoprocessing

This project is part of:

Hack Week 23

Activity

  • 7 months ago: dfaggioli liked this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner added keyword "obs-studio" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner added keyword "gaming" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner added keyword "streaming" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner added keyword "video" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner added keyword "videoprocessing" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner started this project.
  • 7 months ago: mschreiner originated this project.

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