One of the limitations of a lot of Spotify "now playing" apps is that they rely on Spotify to not be minimized into the system tray. If it is, most of these apps are unable to read the window title and parse the artist and song name. This app tries to work around that issue. It also has support...
GitHub repository: https://github.com/Creepercdn/now_playing/
Original project: https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/now-playing.783/
This is a "remake version".
Add NetEase Cloud Music (网易云音乐), AIMP, etc. support.
So, this is support list:
YouTube for Firefox
I have a plugin that displays what song is currently playing and the size of that source changes based on the length of the song title.
Now I also want a background image (Image source) for this to change its size to fit the current song title.
Is that possible somehow?
I decided to make a tool to grab song names from Tidal to use with OBS labels since the only one that exists only worked with the web browser and costs money. In order to use the tool, simply click enable and a file titled "CurrentSongDetails.txt" will be created in the same location as the .exe...
This is very early build of app. Warning!!! App full of bugs and doesn't have protection from fool and not intuitive. This app connecting to local mpc-hc server and writes file name to txt file in the same folder where is stored. Because of this you need to enable Web interface.
If something is...
Now Playing is an OBS script that will update a Text Source with the current song that Media Player is playing.
Youtube (for Firefox and Chrome)
You'll need Python 3.6 (OBS requirement) and PyWin32
Only for Windows OS
How to use it :
Greetings. Does anyone know of a way - either with OBS, or with a third-party app - to automatically detect when music (not speech or other sounds) is playing from a particular audio source, and either dub over it with different audio or simply mute it? Basically, I'm looking for a music...
Latest version : 1.7.0
This is a Python script I put together in order to display information from VLC on my stream. The setup that I know this script will work on is Windows 7/10 with Python v2.7/v3.4-7 and VLC v2.2.4-v3.0.4, but it should be cross platform although I cannot guarantee that...