I have been searching around but haven't really found an acceptable solution. Since I know a bunch of people on the forums stream I am hoping that someone can assist with this.
I've recently begun streaming and the actual process seems mostly fine. Granted my overlay sucks and there are other things I need to improve on but I have a technical issue I can't find a satisfactory fix for. I plan to do some "talk show" related projects. Think omnicast (hearthstone) or the pylon show (Starcraft) bit for other games. I want to be able to have the other person's webcam visible (probably through Skype or discord) but here's the issue:
In my testing I found that if someone hung up/ended the call it will display the underlying application. So in this instance (and we are talking about obs as the streaming application), have my own webcam being captured, but j also have obs set to look for a specific application for the VOIP (so skype.exe etc). Even if I set it to look for the specific title of the window it will revert to the "friends list" (or whatever it is called) and possibly show more than I want it to.
I've seen mention of 3rd party tools to block this but j don't really want to go that route. I was considering trying to show part of my desktop and then block off everything but the camera but that seems clunky and I'll forever be paranoid I have something showing on the desktop so that's not a great option.
Has anyone done this or can point me to where I could read about a solution? I hunted through the obs forums, some subreddit, and just general googling and didn't really find a clean answer. Clearly I'm not the first person to do this so there has to be a way.
Thanks in advance!