OBS Studio is the incredibly popular free and open source video capture and livestreaming software. A huge new release is now available with plenty of Linux improvements.
This is the first release to offer full official Flatpak / Flathub support, which means users across pretty much any Linux distribution get any easy way to install. Not only that, because it's an official package, you also get proper service integration. For example, instead of entering a streaming key for Twitch, you can login and get all the goodies without any fuss.
Some other big features includes support for devices from AJA Video Systems (who also open sourced their SDK and driver to help with this), an upgrade to CEF (Chromium) from 75 to 95, you have the ability to set different blend modes to sources now via the right-click menu, AOM AV1 and SVT-AV1 encoders (experimental), hotkey filter searching, hotkey for browser sources to allow refreshing a browser source via that hotkey, framework for future support of background hotkeys on Wayland, Window capture source list now sorted alphabetically on Linux, more robust PipeWire capturing and a lot more.
Check out the full info on GitHub.
Absolutely amazing work by all involved.