spectralizer 1.1

Supported Bit Versions
32-bit, 64-bit
Source Code URL
Minimum OBS Studio Version
Supported Platforms
Windows, Linux
Spectralizer running alongside tuna

  1. Open your obs-studio installation folder (eg. Right click on the shortcut and click "Open file location")
  2. Navigate two directories up
  3. Drop the contents of the folder "plugin" in the directory
  4. Merge the files
  5. Spectralizer should now show up as a source option in obs-studio
  1. Unzip the archive
    $ unzip ~/Downloads/spectralizer.* -d ~/Downloads/spectralizer
  2. Navigate to your obs config
    $ cd ~/.config/obs-studio/
  3. Create a folder for the plugin
    $ mkdir -p plugins/spectralizer
  4. Copy the folders contents of the folder plugin into the new folder
    $ mv ~/Downloads/spectralizer/plugin/* ./
  5. Spectralizer should now show up as a source option in obs-studio
First release
Last update
4.75 star(s) 4 ratings

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Latest reviews

My favorite plugin. I have several visualizer programs and apps. This simple plugin makes a visualizer that is rendered within OBS and it's incredibly easy to use. This can be combined with shaders and effects to do some unique things that streamers might enjoy, especially streams with an emphasis on sound or music. Would love to see more options for this: rounded corners, radial options, more animations, etc. Absolutely love this.
Very easy to set up and very compatible with other filter such as , 3d transformation, stream effects etc.

No cpu hogging.
great, any other critic would be just superficial ones like
the stereo mode could have different settings if desired ,
i would love to make the right channel more transparent then the left channel on top, or it had opacity option as well.

Very good.
Opacity is achieved via the color correction filter