I start this thread to share my main advancements with Lua scripting. As of today (OBS v26.0.2 released October 6th 2020), the online documentation describes the OBS API in its original C form, and it is left as an exercise for the scripting enthusiast to figure out how data types are converted...
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...
I have a Windows PC with OBS Studio installed. This PC will be used by multiple users. I would like to be able to create a Python script that will allow the user to press a single button and load in a set of default settings. This would be used when the user a) first sets up to use OBS...
I need to connect my scripts with remote controller. I see an web interface or desktop applications which contains some buttons which i can click to send signals to my obs scripts. And on reactions on that this scripts will call some functions declared on this signals. What are there known...
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...
Im looking into automating OBS and implement some sort of health checks. Im not streaming to Twitch or Youtube but outputting the stream to an NGINX sever to create an output RTMP link for someone to ingest.
I already have a script that automatically opens OBS and start stream via a batch file...
I compiled the motion-effect plugin on Mac and now I want to start the effect from a python script. The filter that I use exposes a hotkey that can be called to start the filter's effect. How can I start the effect from python? Can I trigger hotkey events from python? Or can I register a method...
I'm trying to list filters on a source in a python script I'm working on, but i can't figure out how to get the callback working in:
obs_source_enum_filters(obs_source_t *source, obs_source_enum_proc_t callback, void *param)
I get this error:
TypeError: in method 'obs_source_enum_filters'...
I'm tring to write python script that would move one of the sources somehow. For this I'm tring to utilize obs.obs_sceneitem_set_pos
The problem is that it require "const struct vec2 *pos " as a second parameter. I tried to pass tuples, arrays, classes and always get:
Is python scripts currently supported in the latest version of OBS (22.0.3) on macOS? I'm trying to load a script, but unable to get any output in console. I've tried setting python path to /usr/local/Cellar/python/3.6.5 but nothing have changed, still no output.