I have a browser source with a div element that has a backdrop-filter: blur CSS property. The browser has currently no way of knowing what are the underlying pixels, so I'm looking for a way to blur the semi-transparent background of this div, but not its content. I have tried using StreamFX...
Honestly i have no idea how to title this nor how to search it, sorry for that
The thing is, long time ago i watched a streamer on youtube playing with some friends
the streamer put some png as her "friends avatar for the stream" that lighted up every time they talked
This is The stream
Create one hotkey with scripted text + sound
For windows install [python3.6] 64 or 32 bit depending on your OBS
Create text source.
- Optionally create media source
- Optionally create layer source
- Open Tools>Scripts
- select this script
- set settings for it, change...
- This lightweight plugin you allow of create your own filters for OBS.
- Extract archive
- Copy obs-studio folder in your "C:\Program Files" for Windows
- Create your own file ".effect
- Open OBS-Studio
- Right-click on a Video Source and select "Filters"
Sorry if Im posting this in the wrong place, but I've been looking for someone who can teach me how to do swirl effect with obs, like the one in pewdiepies videos. Im not sure if this is possible, but if someone knows how to do it or if there is a tool for it please help!
I don't know if this has been suggested before (or if anyone really wants this for their streams), but why not a motion tracking / match moving effect or plugin that locks Scenes or other Sources onto moving shapes in the program window? As an example, I found these pictures from the manuals for...