Reviewing videos frame-by-frame (aka framestepping) in a CORE LIVE session is dependent on the tools you're using to stream your video.
Neither OBS nor Flowcaster offer video controls to view a video by frame, however, you can stream your editing applications through them to ensure framestepping accuracy.
Flowcaster + Avid Media Composer
Flowcaster offers a plugin for Avid that enables a direct stream from Avid. Go here for a complete set of instructions from Flowcaster about how to connect the two applications for a better streaming experience.
Flowcaster is currently available only to PC workstations at this time.
NDI + Adobe Creative Cloud
You can stream your Premier or After Effects timeline via an OBS + NDI + Adobe Creative Cloud connection. There are some great instructions and resources available. We've found the following resources to be extremely helpful:
- NDI tool pack for Adobe Creative Cloud - https://ndi.tv/
- OBS NDI Plugin - download the plugin directly from the help area in your Live Room, or download the latest release from Github- https://github.com/Palakis/obs-ndi/releases/tag/4.9.0
- Article: How to Live Stream Your Premiere Pro Timeline With the OBS NDI Plugin
- YouTube Video: How to Live Stream Your Premier Pro Timeline With the OBS NDI Plugin
OBS Window Capture
Depending on your resources and your computer a simple way to set up a frame-by-frame review is to set up a Window Capture via OBS.
- A Window Capture enables you to select an open and active desktop application like a browser or your editing application.
- Select that as your stream source and set up your editing application for presentation mode.
One note about OBS Window Capture, OBS sometimes has difficulty registering open applications that are downsized. In this case, it's best to have your application set up for the way you want it presented.
- So, before you open OBS and select from the available windows/applications, have your application open and active on your desktop.
- If you forget and don't see your application as an option in the Windows dropdown list, close OBS.
- Then, open the application you want to share onto the desktop and relaunch OBS.