If no source is present under the Sources tab, look to the right of Scenes, click '+', then choose your camera source:
For USB Cameras
For IP cameras (Axis, etc)
For USB Cameras
In the list that pops up, choose Video Capture Device.
Give the new device a name (other default settings should be fine), then press OK at bottom of window.
Under the device Properties, select your camera (other default settings are fine). Then press OK.
For IP Cameras (Axis, Etc)
In the list that pops up, choose Media Source.
Give the source a name (other default settings should be fine), then press OK at bottom of window.
Uncheck Local File.
In the Input box, enter in the url of your IP camera's webcam stream (You may need to consult your camera's documentation on how to find it).
You may select Use hardware decoding when available if your computer supports this feature (leave unchecked if unsure).
Default settings for the other items are fine. Press OK at bottom of window to save these settings.
Finally, hit Start Streaming button on the lower right.
Once the instructions are complete you should able to see your stream at your camera link.
Additional instructions about audio and stream setup can be found on the OBS site, as well as more information about the capabilities of OBS Studio.
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Stream with Your Axis Camera
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