i wanted to know how i can make a filter of obs-shaderfilter (the one that is called user-defined-filter) that you give it a set of shaders from file and it toggles between them at a set speed or a random time.
time: 2 seconds
The filter can be added to any video source through the "Filters" option when right-clicking on a source. The name of the filter is "User-defined shader".
these effects include but are not limited to...
Animates a texture with polar sizing...
Hi there, and by advance thanks for helping me with my question <3
I'm working on a plugin and I would like to apply more than one shader on a source, for optimizations purposes.
What I'm trying to do is to apply a first shader on the source, and get the resulting texture but not draw it...
I have seen a few streamers use a freeze frame and then do a zoom into a part of the frozen frame before they transition to another scene / end the freeze frame. I couldn't find any plugin or transition to do this out of the box, and also no OBS compatible shaders.
Given this seems to be a...
This is a simple source providing a custom effect to render multiple sources.
Input two sources
Set built-in or user-made shader file
Render these textures with the shader
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This is a successor to obs-shaderfilter, but rewritten from the ground up.
OBS ShaderFilter Plus
OBS ShaderFilter Plus is a plugin for Open Broadcaster Software.
It can be used to apply effects to sources using manually created GLSL/HLSL shaders.
Add a filter to a source by right-clicking a...
I'm looking to apply a "bad TV" or VHS effect on a livestream with OBS.
I've oriented my research towards the SHADER option. I installed the Shader-effects plugin on OBS. The plugin works well with the provided presets.
However, the other presets found on the internet don't work...
- 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"
Rapidly prototype and create graphical effects using OBS's shader syntax.
Create filters, standalone sources and transitions. Can visualize audio, animate sprite sheets, create responsive effects to keyboard and mouse events, take your creativity for a spin.