To get Move working on Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS we
1 downloaded and unzipped Move 2.6.1
2 dig down into the Move folders, uzipping some, looking for a folder called 'move-transition'
3 copy 'move-transition' to $HOME/.config/obs-studio/plugins
4 restart OBS
It works wonderfully. I just wish that that the plug-in included a move type setting to write the text on the screen and not just type it out. I use cursive font a lot so if we had a move transition effect to cause the text to be written out that would be cool.
Sorry to rate terrible, but are any of these actually compatible with intel MacOS? I've tried time warp, move transition, and recursion. No zip files in any of the downloaded folders. The folders do contain packages, but after installation nothing shows up in OBS. So what is being downloaded to my computer?
The Move Transition plug-in allows creative transitions in OBS and more. With the 2.7.2 update Move Transition can control the Insta360 link web cam . This opens up new options for creative camera control.
That said, Exeldro you really need to add a "If you're using OBS version 27, you need to download version 2.6.1" at the top of the description (an alert like other plugin descriptions have). Without the warning, users assume that the latest version is backwards compatible with all OBS versions and not just with OBS 28+. It's frustrating when you download and install a plugin, see that it's not working, and having to search why this didn't work out of the box.