I cannot manage to import special characters from a text file.
The textfile is in UTF-8. In my text editor I can see the correct character:
Still after import, on the screen the character is replaced:
The font I use is Calibri, but Arial gives me the same result.
To be honest, I don't know...
So this happened once before where all of the text I've set up has disappeared from obs. The sources are still there but I guess it may not be reading the text files properly? if anyone knows why my overlay text/normally added text sources aren't working, any help would be great.
here's the log...
I need to display text on live video - the text changes at random intervals based on certain parameters.. I have a program that updates the text in the text file when it needs to be changed based on the parameters. The "text from file" option in GDI+ text source works fine but there is an...
This script is able to update a text (GDI+) source based on lines in a text file. It's designed to take lyrics from a text file and display them. It's configurable to display any number of lines from the text file at one time. Set hotkeys in settings to scroll through the lyrics.
I'm trying to read multiple lines and show them in one of them.
That is to say.
I have this file
I want it to be displayed (in a line on a slide)
Once the first problem has been resolved, then put a delay for each of the...
I'm trying to have my computer automate the contents of a text file (to be read by OBS) based on a specific portion of my window capture (the text of that window capture) - is there a solutions to this?
For example, during stream, there's a part of my screen with text / numbers that...
I got file which updates once per time. File contains top donaters for last month, for example, and each data written in new lines, like this:
person1 : 100 $
person2 : 30 $
person3 : 20 $
Is it possible to read those values to OBS one by one, line by line with some delay, for...
You've probably heard and used some of the date/time plugins for OBS on Windows, like Snaz. There's plenty of options for Windows.
However, if I wasn't wrong, there's currently no any OBS plugin for macOS that can help us to display some information like current time in our livestream...
Displaying the current song playing on Spotify!
1. Create a folder and extract the zip file in the folder.
2. Open OBSCurrentlyPlaying.exe
3. Go to OBS create a text source then press tick "Read from file" then select the text file where you placed in the folder you first created...