So I've been googling like a mad man and this does not seem to be possible without some shitty 3rd party software that I don't really want to deal with. I'm not techy when it comes to sound mixing and stuff but I do struggle to see how this option would be hard to implement.
Basically I want/need an option to mute specific programs in OBS.
In my case I sometimes stream world of warcraft for my guildies whom have been placed on the bench for this specific evening. I want them to be able to hear more or less everything; Spotify, in-game sound, desktop sound w/e. But as I am a member in the guilds Loot Council (on separate teamspeak channel) I can not share those discussions with people. I need to be able to mute (in this e.g) teamspeak in OBS.
At the moment I simply mute everything constantly, which is not very entertaining I can imagine.
Mute Specific Apps Mac
Mute Certain Apps Mac
There is definitely more than one reason for you to want to mute someone on Skype, whether it is due to an urgent situation that needs to be handled, somebody being too annoying on your Skype chat, or want to silence a certain user in a multi-speaker conference, then there are ways in which you can do so, you just need to make sure you know what it entails. How to Mute Sound of Only Particular App on Windows 10 without App Hindi-UrduIn Windows 10 How to Mute Sound of Only Particular App on Windows How to Turn of.
Adjust and Mute Volume for Individual Windows Applications By Boyd Chan in Interfaces, Microsoft, Operating Systems, Technology, USB, Windows 7, Windows Vista Sometimes, you might have one or a few applications that will make noise on your computer for whatever reason on a regular basis or the cause of the sound is outside of your control.