However, it would be much better if you could have the timed event 'activate' or 'deactivate' a source OR a filter. This way source and/or filter transitions would be affected. For example the latest version of OBS has source transitions, in addition the plugin 'movetransitions' allows you to create a filter that can 'animate' other filters.
Seems fine in its own terms, but doesn't really do what I want. It works by making a source 'visible' after a specified delay for a specified period of time. However, this is not 'visible' in the OBS sense, which has to do with activating/deactivating the source. As a result, a problem arises with dynamic graphics, like scrolling text.
So, for example, if you have a source that scrolls a block of text in from the bottom of the window and out of the top of the window that takes 5 seconds to complete, using the script with, say, a 10 second delay will result in nothing being shown (the text has already scrolled out of the window 5 seconds before the source was made 'visible').
What I would really like is an activation timer, rather than a 'visibility' timer.
With no install directions "Here or on youtube/google", no help to people asking the same thing I'm looking "How to install", this is junk software. I will update my rating if there is ever a way for people to install this.
Worked as advertised. It's like an HTML blink tag with the option to start off/on, show once or keep blinking with times you can specify. The script is applicable for a single graphic or text source. If that source is shared across scenes, the timer continues showing and hiding on the same timing.
Not doing what was specified. Also, it would be nice to be able to add multiple actions/sources. What I need is to start with showing one source and then after some time hide that and show another. And then continue doing that for about 20 sources. After source 20 I want to go back to the first source.