Hi, I'm making a python script to display the currently playing song from a VLC video source and I can't find a way to get that information, I've found nothing on the docs nor the forums. Is it posible to get some data on the currently playing media?
With Twitch DMCA muting vods lots of people are going to be multitrack recoding locally. This tool can remux multritrack recodings into a new mp4 with a single audiotrack selected. Useful specifically if you record a track with only game audio and microphone selected for archival on Twitch or...
I have a python script that creates an automated recording from an external web interface.
My question is, how can I indicate in the script that if the save_video variable is True, save the video of the recording and read the name_video variable where I indicate the name that the video...
A network controlled tally light for cameras, intended for control directly from OBS. Rather than having the lights hit a web gateway hosted by OBS, this reaches out directly to the tally lights and controls them over HTTP. This does not use the websocket plugin and there is no need to open up...
DeckerEgo submitted a new resource:
TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights - A tally light platform that doesn't require remote connections into your OBS instance
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I've been using OBS to stream snooker videos for a very long time. Whilst some of what I do utilises a specific bespoke software package for scoring, this isn't always available to me. For those occasions I do not have it, I use another package. However MANY referees have a particular type of...
Hello guys and scripting experts,
I created a python script for retrieving serial data from a data port of a scoreboard console (basketball).
I basically got everything as I want. There's just one thing that trips my OCD (trust me, I spent more time solving this than creating the funtional...
Hi, I am new here and already have some stuff to solve:
For example I have a command !command
It is written in chat every second (i set it in timer)
I have a condition when it is needed to change it's cooldown from 1 second to i.e. 2 or 3 or 5
How to handle this? Any ideas?
Thank you, OBS...
Bonjour, je me demandais comment utiliser le script: url.text.py. Je sais qu'il faut installer python 3.6.8 mais, je ne sais pas où. Je me demande également si j'ai besoin des droits d'administrateur pour pouvoir installer python. Merci de me répondre ;)
trovo is a new streaming platform, so no tools exist yet.
I started creating a simple viewer counter script in python.
More detailed description is found on github, also a simple installation and usage guide.
Have fun :)
Selected source will follow mouse pointer. It will update position of the source according to mouse movement.
- Create source with desired cursor(e.g Image source or Media source).
- In scripts select that source name.
- Test it: press Start, press Stop, tweak refresh rate.
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...
I need to handle frames, change them and put back in stream. How can I do it via obspython api? Is it possible? I assume that video encoders & decoders api would solve my problem, but I haven't found any code examples for it in Python or Lua.
Apparently OBS Studio has a Python script that allows for text sources to be updated from a URL. When I went scripts under the tools tab, it listed no properties available for the url-text.py script. Does the URL text script actually work? And if so, how do I enable it...
A python 3.6 script that updates a browser source with the latest youtube chat url, and a text source with the title of the same video, you need to provide the URL of your channel, so the scrip finds the newest configured stream, and extracts the URL of the chat, and the title of the video, and...
I am not really a OBS user, but rather a programmer that just got into all of this and wants to add a few things. My idea is to include some data in predefined spots on stream using Python script. I already made a python script that acquires that data from my website, parses it and shows it on...
I'm working on a project that I have a media source that plays a video. With using python I can do the obs_source_set_enabled function to show or hide the source, but this doesn't cause it to replay the video when shown. I was wondering if I'm just missing something to get it to replay...