Nutty's Official OBS Commander - NOOBS CMDR

Free Nutty's Official OBS Commander - NOOBS CMDR 1.0.1

NOOBS CMDR - Nutty's Official OBS Commander
NOOBS CMDR is a tool for creating OBS Studio macros. This tool will allow you to script macros in OBS to do things like changing scenes, toggling sources on/off, showing/hiding filters, controlling audio levels and much more. Scripts are saved as simple batch script and/or visual basic script files, which you can then execute using whatever you want - e.g. Stream Deck, Touch Portal, Lioranboard, Voice Attack etc. Basically, if it can run batch script files, it can run any script generated with NOOBS CMDR!

This is essentially a GUI for OBSCommand, a command line tool written by FSC.

Requirements
Installation
  1. Download the zip file below
  2. Unzip NOOBS CMDR to any folder you want
  3. Run 'NOOBS CMDR.exe' - You will need to run as admin only for the first install
  4. On your first time opening NOOBS CMDR, you will be asked to installed OBSCommand - The default directory is 'C:\Program Files (x86)\OBSCommand' but you may select any directory of your choosing
  5. If OBS Studio and WebSockets server is already running, it will automatically attempt to connect - otherwise NOOBS CMDR will remain disconnected until you start WebSockets server. Once you have started WebSockets, click the red 'NOT CONNECTED' button to connect to OBS.
Note: If you are not comfortable starting NOOBS CMDR in admin mode, you can manually add the OBSCommand directory to your Environment PATH Variable yourself. A copy of OBSCommand is included with NOOBS CMDR.
Author
nuttylmao
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Rating
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Latest updates

  1. V1.0.2

    Hotfix Changes Fixed bug where Source command would not filter down even after selecting a scene
  2. V1.0.1

    Hotfix Changes Fixed bug where exported scripts would not work if they included non-English...

Latest reviews

The UI works really well, but I'm struggling to link it to stream Deck using either the .bat file of .vbs file - using the .bat file the stream deck button is 'unresponsive' and using the .vbs file windows error (file cannot be found).
The perfect and easy companion for OBS Command
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