I didn't see the usual OBS-closing messages in there, so here's another run (attached) that captures the terminal spew instead.
obs --disable-updater --multi --studio-mode --profile "Meeting_Master" --collection "Meeting_Master" --startvirtualcam > /home/aaron/Master.log 2>&1 &
obs --disable-updater --multi --studio-mode --profile "Meeting_Slave" --collection "Meeting_Slave" > /home/aaron/Slave.log 2>&1 &
Still don't see the usual closing messages. Oh well I guess. I hope it still captured everything.
- Start both instances of OBS, Master first and then Slave, and wait for the Master's Init macro to run
- Switch cameras from the "safety net" that's always there ("Camera - Selfie"), to the primary ("Camera - Camcorder")
- Switch scenes to play a video ("Feature - Test1")
- Manually switch back early ("Camera - Camcorder")
- Play that video again ("Feature - Test1")
- Skip the playhead to the end, so that the macro switches back instead ("Camera - Camcorder")
- Send the -TERM signal to both instances of OBS, Slave first and then Master
And the script that does it too.
I was now able to reproduce the problem and will prepare a fix.
I will release a fixed version later today.
through trial and error using the "podcast" example ive found that
if variable value changed macro doesnt always fire....when you manually "run macro" then it actually switches the scene....
i changed it to "timer" and set it for 0 seconds....and now scene switching works via audio levels for me but is super delayed obviously
A timer of 0s will fire every interval, so as quickly as the time you have configured at the top of the General tab.
So I assume something else might be causing the delay you are experiencing.
Would you mind sharing the settings you are using? (You can find the option to export
them to a file on the General tab)
Hello Warmuptill, I found a bug. When a macro folder is placed at the end of the macro list and try to create or duplicate a macro, then it acting weird, like a new macro is looks like a folder that was placed at he end.
Also, I found if I select an area for video pattern matching, then OBS will crash easily. This won't happen if I don't select an area. I'm using OBS 28 on Intel Mac with the newest version of ASS, which is 1.20.1.
I am not able to reproduce the macro folder problem.
Can you maybe share a screenshot of the situation before the issue occurs and one after?
I will try to investigate potential issues with the area selection.
Would you be able to share the crashlog in the meantime?