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OBS Studio 29.0 (64-bit)

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What's new in this version:

- Added support for the AMD AV1 Encoder for the RX7000 series GPUs on Windows
- Added support for the Intel AV1 Encoder for Arc GPUs on Windows
- Note: CQP is available but not fully supported
- Added support for the Intel HEVC Encoder on Windows
- Added an upward compressor filter
- Added a 3-band equalizer filter
- Added support for native HEVC and ProRes encoders on macOS, including P010 and HDR
- Added support for macOS Desk View
- Added update channels for opting into receiving beta/release-candidate builds to Windows
- Work is still underway to get everything ready on the server side, updating via the built-in updater may not be available until later in the OBS 30.0 beta-testing period
- Websockets updated to 5.1.0, which has a number of bug fixes, UI improvements, and new stream reconnect events

Tweaks and Improvements:
- The Replay Buffer's memory limit is now set to 75% of installed system RAM rather than fixed to 8GB
- Added media key support in Linux
- Various improvements to NVIDIA Video and Audio filters, including a Mask Refresh slider and support for temporal processing, which provides better quality masking
- Improved Display Capture screen naming & saving on Windows; indexes should now match regardless of Mode, and reconnected displays should show the correct monitor
- Note: This does mean existing Display Capture sources will be blank until manually configured, to avoid showing the wrong display
- Added support for encryption and authentication for SRT and RIST outputs
- Disabled ScreenCaptureKit Display & App capture on macOS 12 due to various issues; users should either update to macOS 13 or use the existing Screen Capture source
- Removed the automatic numbering on Multiview labels
- Added the ability to mute individual browser docks
- Added the ability to right click and 'Inspect' individual browser docks
- Changed the default Simple Output NVENC preset to P5 for better compatibility & performance
- Added support for higher refresh rates in the Video Capture Device source on Windows
- Added the Apple VT Hardware encoder to the Auto Configuration Wizard
- Improved FFmpeg VA-API enablement by directly using Libva to check device capabilities
- Various minor UX/accessibility tweaks in the UI
- Raised the speed at which dynamic bitrate recovers after a drop
- Audio should now be automatically captured for most capture card brands using the Video Capture Device source on Windows
- Added a slide counter to the Source Toolbar when an Image Slide Show is selected

- Fixed issues with async filters (such as Delay) not rendering correctly
- Various performance improvements to Decklink preview output
- Fixed an issue where source Projector windows wouldn't close when a source was deleted
- Fixed an issue where cursors would disappear or display incorrectly on screen captures on Windows
- Fixed issues with CQP rate control for SVT and AOM AV1 encoders
- Fixed an issue with CQP rate control for AMD HEVC and H264
- Fixed Virtual Camera not working with Webex and GoToMeeting
- Fixed capturing UHD/4K YUV on the AJA Kona HDMI
- Fixed a bug where slideshow sources wouldn't remove cleared files when removing missing files
- Fixed slideshow counter on the source context toolbar showing "1/0" when empty, now shows "-/-" instead
- Fixed chroma location for VAAPI
- Fixed a case where macOS' VideoToolBox HEVC encoder would be parsed as AVC
- Allow SRT streams to disconnect after timeout
- Fixed color space being incorrect for some video devices running in MJPEG video format on Windows
- Fixed monitor names in the Fullscreen Projector & Multiview menus on Windows