This is a fantastic resource, however I noticed that if a source is in a folder it will not be picked up by the move transition. I use a lot of folders and that makes it so most of my sources aren't recognized. As it is I cannot use this transition sadly.
Personally my most favourite OBS plugin of all time! I haven't used any other type of transition since I found this gem.
I was facing an issue where transitions weren't working as expected when using nested scenes with the same camera source, so I went to the OBS Discord and spoke with the developer about it, who pushed an update to the plugin within minutes to add nested scenes support!
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.
Fantastic resource and LOVE your plugins. Really useful and value-add. THANK YOU! For some reason though the “move source” actions don’t continue to work if I log out of OBS or switch off and back on again. All the parameters set (transition time, reverse, key strokes, etc) remain but the sources fail to move, almost like they forgot the positions to move to. Any ideas? I can get by as long as I redo the “move source” but obviously prefer not to have to do that every time I close OBS or log in next day, etc.