This app allows you to remotely control OBS Studio from a computer within the network. This functionality can prevent the need of tabbing out of your current window, such as a game, in order to make small changes to your broadcast.
In order to enable this functionality on the host-side, this app requires OBS Studio version 23.0 or above and the obs-websocket plugin version 4.6.0 or above to be installed on the computer you want to control. (Both are free, open source, and support Windows, Mac, and Linux!)
Download OBS Studio: https://obsproject.com
Download obs-websocket: https://github.com/Palakis/obs-websocket/releases
Features (as of the latest version):
Save and connect to different OBS Studio hosts
View status of stream and recording
Start/stop streaming and recording
Control replay buffer and save replays to computer's disk
View various stats, such as FPS, remaining disk space, and more
Change volume and toggle mute of audio sources
Switch between active scenes
Adjust transition and transition duration between scenes
Remove and change visibility of sources in scene
Edit text of a FreeType 2 Text source (GDI+ and web browser source coming soon!)
Realtime updates of all the aforementioned stuff
DISCLAIMER: This app is an unofficial remote for OBS Studio. The obs-websocket plugin is used to communicate with OBS Studio on the host computer. Open Broadcaster Software and its logo, as well as obs-websocket, are licensed under the GPLv2 license (see https://github.com/obsproject/obs-studio/blob/master/COPYING and https://github.com/Palakis/obs-websocket/blob/4.x-current/LICENSE for more info).
This app is purely a remote control app for OBS Studio; it will not allow you to stream/record from your phone/tablet. It does not work for any other broadcasting software besides OBS Studio (yes, that means StreamLabs OBS will not work with this app).