OBS Cross Reference - xref sources to scenes, clones, mirrors, filters & more

Free OBS Cross Reference - xref sources to scenes, clones, mirrors, filters & more 0.8

In OBS click on a scene and you see its sources right next to it. So what's the point for OBS Cross Reference? Well, the other way around is a lot harder in complex scene collections:
  • Say I have a specific source and want to know in which scenes it's being used. Is there a clone or source mirror of it? Where?
  • Say I have a specific scene and want to know in which other scenes it's being used nested - or if there are mirrors / clones of that nested scene?
  • Say I have a certain filter and want to see to which scene or source it is assigned.
I recently tried to replace a certain plugin by another one - and figured there is no tool to see the interdependencies, so I thought I make that tool.

OBS Cross Reference is read only - it will not change the OBS file.

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If you use a lot of nested scenes, especially to switch overlays between streaming services, this tool is a must-have in any streamer's toolbox. This tool, along with the Tree View plugin and the Find Source Location Lua script for OBS Studio itself, help make managing the mess that is my scene collection for a vast majority of my streaming a bit easier.
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