But Ill try and explain as short as possible, even if its going to be long.
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So Streaming with "OBS Studio" using "FooBar" to stream the music, and capturing the "FooBar YouTube plugin" with "OBS"
So I capture "FooBar" window. (Foobar Youtube video plugin)
For some reason, OBS finds the correct window, and without any "cropping" or "edit transform" it does not capture the entire windows.
It did capture entire window and everything worked one 1hour earlier. So something "happened"...
When I stream I set my desktop resolution to 1920x1080 with 100% scale .
But when I do not stream I set my resolution to with 125% scale (windows 10) ( https://prnt.sc/130ubjv )
What I think "happened" ?
So I streamed, have all programs up and running, close down some programs, change resolution to 3440x1440 and scale to 125% settings
Then I notice I dint close all programs and close them without thinking about it.
Then I remember I needed to make a small change to the layout of my stream in OBS, change back to 1920x1080 with 100% scale.
open up all programs, but now I notice that several things are not right size and things are not captured correctly by OBS.
do some editing fixes most things, but the biggest issue is can not capture the entire video/youtube window any longer.
And if I would guess it seems like around 25% of the windows is missing, without any cropping. So I guess its the scale thing is screwing things up.
Here is a screenshot.
To explain it, OBS Studion in the background, with my layout.
Bottom right corner is the "Original source" (FooBar YouTube) I want to capture. its a separate window above OBS in this picture.
Top left is the "Windows Capture", but as you can clearly see, what is captures its a lot less, looks to be around 25% missing.
So some program or windows itself remembered the size of the window when it was closed, dint take "scale" into concideration, and when I opened the program it dint recheck the "scale" I assume, and therefor its somehow "screwed"
So once again, not sure if its this plugin that has potential issues with windows scale. Or OBS, or Windows, or FooBar...
Any ideas who is the villan in this case ?