This script helps to send a text in OpenLP to OBS Studio using OBS Websocket.
Status and Requirements
Currently tested only in Linux but it should work in any operating system.
Python 3.6 and these packages are required.
This is 2nd thread about that problem. 1st sinking to the deep here https://obsproject.com/forum/threads/crash-on-font-changing-on-every-obs-version.134459/#post-494616
I have a problem that my OBS crashes when I am trying to change font of my GDI+ text. I tried several OBS versions such as...
Write to text source , using only keyboard.
MCOSU full screen example
- download ,add it via Tools > Scripts > + button
- create hotkeys for on/off. Search for "Restart" and "Stop" in settings
- Restart hotkey clears buffer and hooks keyboard
The text in the chat dock and stream information dock gets very blurry. When I move my mouse over them the text goes in and out of focus. But if I move my mouse off of them after a short time the text gets blurry again. None of the other docks are doing this.
I was running into the same issue...
This small Python script retrieves the current weather data from OpenWeatherMaps and populates a text source field with formatted information. You'll need to register an account, create an AppID (Key) and search for a location to successfully retrieve the data.
Currently English and German is...
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...
Searched the forums and read many threads looking for an answer. Didn't find any.
OBS 23.2.1 on Max OSX El Capitan 10.11.3
I have several text sources in my scenes,and it sure would be nice to center format them. Looking through the forums I see a lot of reference made to GDI text. I don't...
How to use:
Download the script and open it with OBS.
Add some songs to the script and save them.
Select the text source for displaying the lyrics. Set the amount of lines to display, default is 2. Optionally, you can setup hotkeys to control the lyrics display.
Select a song from the song...
Apologies, i'm very green and i'm trying to teach myself a new skill (cue many OBS-savants rolling their eyes perhaps?!)
I am trying to learn how to use OBS Studio on MAC so i can help some of my former colleagues in the entertainment industry create content.n es the chorus
One wishes to...
I will be singing and reading onstream and I want to have all the text scroll and large enough for people to read on the side of the screen as I go through it. So I want to wrap the text to fit inside the textbox, but the only way to do that that I can see is through custom text extants...
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...
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 set-up scrolling text in OBS. I know how to get the text scrolling, that is not the issue. I wanted to know if there was any way to make scrolling text start and stop. For example, you have your scrolling text and when it reaches the start of the text, it pauses for a short period...
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...
Hi well question is pretty simple didn't yet found what really I wanted is their a way (using a Script or Plugin) to fetch your browser URL for e.g. in Firefox from the active tab and save that to an .txt file to read-out in a text-source. So people can follow the links you mention on stream.
This script is used to propagate changes in the text from a source label (such as, say, a timer) to up to 10 target labels. This is most useful if you have a script such as a countdown timer that you can share among multiple scenes, but which you might want to have styled differently for each...
I'm a total noob at coding so figured I'd seek the help of those smarter than myself.
I'm running a text file that is updating every few hundreths of a second - however, OBS only updates local files every 1 second ish.
Any chance you can change the refresh rate of local text files...