Clock.html GitHub File
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adjust the height and width accordingly
You can edit the clock.html in the notepad app on windows, any other text editor on any other OS.
Lines 13 through 20 is where you...
I just installed OBS 27.0 and unfortunately it is unusable due to a very annoying bug : a huge amount of time to move sources in the "Sources" panel.
I use a lot of different effects on my cam and therefore my cam scene is nested in another scene with other occurrences from my cam to which...
This script transforms a text source into a digital clock. The datetime format is configurable and uses the same syntax than the Lua os.date() call, i.e.:
%a abbreviated weekday name (e.g., Wed)
%A full weekday name (e.g., Wednesday)
%b abbreviated month name (e.g., Sep)
I'm looking to record for maybe like 10 minutes, then have it carry on recording but continuously overwrite the previous file so i always have the last 10 minutes of footage. Is this doable at all, and would it eat up resources to constantly delete and re-write the file?
When I stream an MP4 video, I can not figure out how to change the time on the video, meaning how do I fast forward or rewind the MP4 video to a different part of the video?
Also how do I pause the video as well?
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...
I've been recording some interviews through Zoom with OBS for awhile and recently started running into problems. The recordings and audio have turned out in decent quality but when I stop recording, they tend to cut off after about 35 minutes. It still shows it's recording the whole time but...