Dynamic Conference Schedule with Clock and Countdown
OBS plugin that displays a clock, current event info, and a countdown to the event end or to next event info if no event is currently in progress. The event schedule is hardcoded in the script in the variable named `schedule` as described...
What can this Plugin do?
Here is a Feature list:
Visual Timer - Stopwatch or Count-Up
Visual Timer - Countdown
Inverse Timer Direction (Count Up or Down) with Hotkey or Button click.
Countdown Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds and Milliseconds
Define a specific date & time at which the timer must...
This script shows a countdown timer to the next event. The difference between this script and other available countdown scripts is:
it allows to define the whole schedule, so it shows a countdown to the next event
it allows defining a different schedule for different scenes
it allows defining...
OBS RTC Timecode Generator for Text Sources
Generate timecode (HH:MM:SS:FF) for a text source based on the computers RTC (Real-Time Clock)
Synchronize your computer's clock with an internet time server.
Enable "Update when not in program" only if needed. Otherwise, keep it disabled to...
The application has one control window and one viewing window. In the streaming application you just create an overlay and capture the viewing window and you are good to go. The viewing window is managed by the control window or by setting up keyboard shortcuts.
In the control window you can...
Extract the Fight_Clock zip file to a folder.
Make sure you extract it to a permanent location.
If you use the template first and move the folder later, it may not work properly.
Configure OBS to 1920x1080
Go to File > Settings in the menu bar or click...
I am still trying to understand OBS on Linux so I am sorry if this is a stupid question, or in the wrong place. I can only see the LUA standard clock to put into my OBS scene. Is there any way to alter this or something I can call in that will look nicer? I don't seem to have browser source...
This script transforms a text source into a digital clock. The datetime format is configurable and uses the same syntax than the Lua os.date() call, i.e.:
%a abbreviated weekday name (e.g., Wed)
%A full weekday name (e.g., Wednesday)
%b abbreviated month name (e.g., Sep)