For some reason, the audio and video are synchronized upon first playback, but when it automatically repeats the audio is always 1 to 2 seconds behind... I can time the delay in my video editor if it would help to debug this. Just let me know.
This is provides all the features one could dream of, the lack of which makes the stock scene switcher almost unusable....
latest update 1.8 has been crashing my OBS over 10 times today, and I can't figure out why. When I rolled back to the 1.7 version the crashes stopped. I know that's not very helpful from a debugging perspective though...
A very powerful plugin. I have a Zoom.us window capture that I like to reposition and scale according to the layout of the zoom window which changes constantly with each student, it seems. So I have created several move filters for that scene containing the zoom window, and have a single hotkey which cycles between them, however it does seem like my window coordinate settings keep getting lost...
Also, if you want to crash OBS, all you have to do is reorganize the move transition filters using the up or down icons in the list of filters and it will crash... Hopefully this is an easy bug to fix...
Seems fine in its own terms, but doesn't really do what I want. It works by making a source 'visible' after a specified delay for a specified period of time. However, this is not 'visible' in the OBS sense, which has to do with activating/deactivating the source. As a result, a problem arises with dynamic graphics, like scrolling text.
So, for example, if you have a source that scrolls a block of text in from the bottom of the window and out of the top of the window that takes 5 seconds to complete, using the script with, say, a 10 second delay will result in nothing being shown (the text has already scrolled out of the window 5 seconds before the source was made 'visible').
What I would really like is an activation timer, rather than a 'visibility' timer.
Easy to set up- it's my first script to set up. I was able to set up a count up timer within a few seconds. I like how I can also change the colors and choose to display the amount of time that I need. I only need to count up by seconds. This script makes it so I don't have to use up valuable display space by displaying days, hours, or minutes.
I just signed up for this forum to appreciate Noé Lier for this excellent work.
This is also one of the first times I donated to free software. But this is so useful, practical, and easy to use that I just had to contribute to further developments. Noé, you certainly have the skills, vision, and quality of work.
The software has the big benefit of allowing lower-thirds to become super CPU lightweight, as opposed to using .mov files with alpha channels.
Installation and usage are made easy with the very valuable and really well-made video tutorials by Noé.
It's growing to become considerably versatile in customization, and I'm really excited to see where Noé takes this further.
Here are a couple of things I'd like to propose for the development Roadmap. If some of these things are already made, I'd really like to know, and I apologize for the unnecessary suggestions:
1) I'd love to be able to customize "border-radius" and "box-shadow" for the Background, and "text-shadow" for the fonts.
2) It would be nice to have some tooltips showing the title for each control after a while on-hover, so one could more quickly learn what each GUI item does by getting a small hint.
These hint-tooltips could be deactivated much like the existing name-tooltips.
3) I'd love to have a small example/tutorial on how one could customize via CSS, to allow those of us with some web knowledge an easier way to access more powerful customization, for example regarding animations and (1).
4) Finally, it might be useful to be able to upload an "avatar/photo" for each entry, similar to what is currently done with the logos. The goal here is to be able to upload a photo of John Doe for easier recognition, not having to memorize who is in the middle of an event array of faces, highly reducing the risk of confusing names/faces.