Comprehensive Stopwatch & Countdown Timer

OBS Lua Comprehensive Stopwatch & Countdown Timer 3.8

JEJ

Member
JEJ submitted a new resource:

Simple Stopwatch - Text-layer-based stopwatch in OBS Scene

Add a Text (GDI+) Source that will display the Stopwatch Time Stamp.

The Stopwatch will show Hours:Minutes:Seconds:MIliseconds (00:00:00,00)

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Ability to change Text Color by specific Time Value

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It should be noted that the Miliseconds render is limited (based on) the Video Frame Rate. For best results a Frame Rate of 60 FPS is recommended.

* Also See File>Settings>Video>FPS Values

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JEJ

Member
Version 0.2

Add ability to define media to play at 'Caution' and 'Warning' state.
Media file will be reset after media ended, or if Media has looping enabled, user can define a time in Seconds to disable media

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JEJ

Member
JEJ updated Simple Stopwatch with a new update entry:

Version 2.0

All things up and all things down in time.

Modes:

1) Stopwatch
2) Countdown

Property Configuration:

1) Basic - Hides all advanced settings
2) Advanced - Show all available configurations

Note:

Properties defined in 'Advanced' settings will remain active even if the config is set to 'Basic'. The purpose here is to remove clutter settings.

Some options are hidden, and will only become available if they are relevant to the parent property.

The useris able to...

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Gitago

New Member
Would be very neat to have this be dockable inside of OBS, this way a person could adjust a timer much easier.. by adding in 2 minutes, or subtracting 10..
 

Rayco

New Member
HI,
I am a bit new to OBS and having trouble installing this. Where does the file go?

Really looking for a Stopwatch that will reset to Zero on each transition.

On a Mac, don't know if it makes a difference.

Thanks
 

JEJ

Member
Hi Rayco

Typically Scripts are stored here:


C:\Program Files\obs-studio\data\obs-plugins\frontend-tools\scripts

But in reality you can place the file in any folder. To install it in OBS, you simply open OBS and on the top menu go to Tools and Scripts, then click the '+' plus icon on the Script Dialog, find the location wher you installed the script file and select. That should be it.

  1. Open up the Scripts dialog (Tools -> Scripts)
  2. Click the Plus '+' to add a new Script, select 'yourfile.lua'
Hope this helps!
 

JEJ

Member
Would be very neat to have this be dockable inside of OBS, this way a person could adjust a timer much easier.. by adding in 2 minutes, or subtracting 10..


This would be cool, but currently is a limitation by OBS or available plugins.
 
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