Already Installed correctly in the obs folder.
1. "move-transition.dll" already in the correct plugins folder
2. Im downloading the 2.7.0 move transition because I literally cannot find how to download the old versions in here. can u give link?
3. I'm using OBS version 26.1.1
The problem is. When I click the "+" button on filters, theres no plugin occurs. cant even see the "move" button. Why? Thank you for your help
hate to mark this average but I have v 2.7.O running in OBS v28.0.3 on a mac. Set up a move assigned it to a hotkey. Works great until a switch to another scene then the hot key won't trigger the bove, actually nothing will trigger the move. quit and restart all good until i switch to another scene
I have downloaded the plugin, getting everything installed but when I am looking up for the move transition It does not appear on my OBS only the effects: Stinger, Luma Wipe, Shader, Shader, I need some help
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!
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.
EXCELLENT tool, thank you Exeldro! Is there a way to stop a continuous loop (ex: Move Source A to B to A etc. etc.) with a hotkey, rather than clicking on the eye to stop the loop? I'm still a noob to this plugin but there doesn't seem to be "use a hotkey" option in the Stop Trigger action dropdown. Also is there a way to set up the movement so that if you turn off the loop mid-journey, the Source will finish traveling to its upcoming transform point before it stops? Rather than stopping mid-journey exactly when you click it off.
This is such a flexible plugin. I've started using it to animate alerts onto my stream!
This is not a gripe, only a suggestion:
I had a thought the other day that you could add an additional end action option of when the source next becomes visible alongside the hotkey.
This could then act as a toggle for moving a source on and off the screen (for example).
It would be better than making a source visible and then pressing a hotkey to return for each movement.