Browser Transition

Browser Transition 0.1.3

Supported Bit Versions
  1. 32-bit
  2. 64-bit
Source Code URL
https://github.com/exeldro/obs-browser-transition
Minimum OBS Studio Version
28.0.0
Supported Platforms
  1. Windows
  2. Mac OS X
  3. Linux
Plugin for OBS Studio to show a browser source during scene transition

backwards compatible way:
JavaScript:
window.addEventListener('obsSourceActiveChanged', function(event) {
    if(event.detail.active){
        //start transition
    }else{
        //end transition
    }
})
new way, OBS 30 and up, the event contains transition, trackMatte, duration and transitionPoint:
JavaScript:
window.addEventListener('transitionStart', function(event) {
    //start transition
});
window.addEventListener('transitionStop', function(event) {
    //end transition
});
Author
Exeldro
Downloads
20,129
Views
29,427
First release
Last update
Rating
4.83 star(s) 6 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. Version 0.1.3

    Fix black frame with matte Add refresh page button
  2. Version 0.1.2

    Fix transition not working with transition override and transition table plugin
  3. Version 0.1.1

    add transitionStart and transitionStop javascript events set browser size before first start...

Latest reviews

This plugin is incredibly useful for web developers and designers who don't want to edit videos to change scenes. Could you also provide more detailed instructions on writing JavaScript, especially for those who aren't proficient in JavaScript? (At least that's me.) I struggle to understand script writing when it comes to changing scenes.

Ps. Sorry if it hard to read, I'm not good as English.
Exeldro
Exeldro
Instructions on writing JavaScript is not something I can help you with, as I am not proficient in JavaScript myself.
B-E-A-UTIFUL
This plugin is AWESOME and I can't wait to show off this transition I made (pretty quickly, might I add!) to my community.

I am more familiar with web work than programs like After Effects so making transitions this way is a HUGE help!
Great as always, but I am curious about the usage scenario for this plugin. The only obvious benefit, I see, is to be able to control the volume of the transition in OBS as that is not able to be done with the "normal" way of uploading a transition to OBS.

Is the increased resource used worth it, for the convenience of being able to adjust the volume, or is there something else gained that I am missing?
this plugin is very good very good exeldro keep it up
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