I'm new to streaming, and I always wanted a customizable input plugin. Open Joystick Display meets all of my needs. Anything from custom binds, themes, and controller types, to a user-friendly GUI and interface on top of an incredibly easy installation. As a power user, I can appreciate how much time and effort went into making this fantastic plugin for beginners. I'm glad the development team has provided this tool for free. Keep up the great work!
Looks Greate. I like the dark purple design like Twitch! The Docks there look good too with the design. Atm i use the addon docks from Elements and this look good too because the Elements docks are purple. xD
Dude! I love this! I was about to make my own little program to write to files so that Advanced Scene Switcher could switch the scenes for me. Unfortunately that would be a dumb work around and it overrides the scene I want to have active. This nifty plug-in of yours is working wonderfully and currently runs my 4 different transitions (3 stingers and a default fade).
Not doing what was specified. Also, it would be nice to be able to add multiple actions/sources. What I need is to start with showing one source and then after some time hide that and show another. And then continue doing that for about 20 sources. After source 20 I want to go back to the first source.
This plugin is a real miracle. However, blur requires a powerful graphics card. In my case, just turning this effect on with the minimum power loads the card for an additional 5 percent, and each further "unit" of blurriness for an additional percent. The rest is just great. Can't wait for new features!
This was very confusing to use and no documentation was provided. Not all of my scenes or sources were shown. It seemed to have most of them but not the actual ones I needed. I simply wanted to ensure that when on the BRB, starting soon, or ending scenes that my mic was muted. Currently handling this with hotkeys and bot commands. I could not figure out how to get this tool to work.
This is great. Giving it 4 out of 5 stars because it would be perfect if the program could be set to run in the background without having to be launched and be open on the dock/tray. I know you can set the program to launch on start up but it would be nice if it was just a background process.