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OBS Lua Instant Replay Vlc 1.3

landsharkian

New Member
Hi, thank you! Ive been fiddling around with the instant replay feature and its a pain. I appreciate your mods to the script. I'm running obs 20.0.1, and I still cant get my replay to find my latest replay and play it, I get one directory filling up with new clips, yet my replay plays the same old one.. Also with your new script its only playing the replay if I switch to a different scene, then BACK to my first scene.. any ideas? Can you possibly add a function to move "played" replays to a different location so we can keep the current replay directory clean with just one replay ready to go? play it... then move it to be saved for a "highlight" reel later?
 

I3ordo

Member
Instead of showing the replay, can you code it so it adds the video file to a VLC list so it can play them one after another once switched to that scene? better yet, we can have two lists, one for fails one for awesomeness
 

Cwarfighter

New Member
Hey there! I've been enjoying your plugin for a short while, but the VLC replay has stopped functioning properly, even though I haven't changed any settings. Now, the VLC replay feature does not update the directory with newly saved replays until after I've closed OBS and restarted. Not sure what happened.

I am running OBS in admin mode, as I was before. My setting have been set to 1000m/s and 5 attempts(though I have tried changing these, no outcome). I have played with the properties in the VLC Source as well, no fix was found there. New files are appearing in the folder while streaming, but it is not updating into the directory for use during that stream. The standard replay is still functioning properly
 

HitsugaXIII

New Member
Hey there! I've been enjoying your plugin for a short while, but the VLC replay has stopped functioning properly, even though I haven't changed any settings. Now, the VLC replay feature does not update the directory with newly saved replays until after I've closed OBS and restarted. Not sure what happened.

I am running OBS in admin mode, as I was before. My setting have been set to 1000m/s and 5 attempts(though I have tried changing these, no outcome). I have played with the properties in the VLC Source as well, no fix was found there. New files are appearing in the folder while streaming, but it is not updating into the directory for use during that stream. The standard replay is still functioning properly
I can second this
 

eskoONE

New Member
i have the same issue as the last two posts. is this something that can be fixed manually? would appreciate any suggestions.

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im particularly interested in the replay function with the vlc player, so i can analyze the last 20 seconds of the footage on a button press.
 
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RustedBucket

New Member
Instead of showing the replay, can you code it so it adds the video file to a VLC list so it can play them one after another once switched to that scene? better yet, we can have two lists, one for fails one for awesomeness
I second this, i'm currently using another of @Exeldro plugins that watches for directory updates and then just plays the newest one (as the replay plugin uses wayyy to much RAM compared to the one built into obs). It would be great if this plugin could just watch a directory and update a VLC Video Source playlist automatically with every new file added to that directory, and then if files get deleted from the directory it would remove them from the VLC playlist etc etc. Cheers I hope this can happen!
 

x0rx

New Member
Hi @Exeldro , maybe this is a bit offtopic but I would ask you if you can make a little mod to the current official script. I'm getting crazy reading the script code. Can you add please a second source to the script properties so two separate media sources share the same instant replay. That way I can set one to play at normal speed and the other at slow speed. Many thanks!
 

Thinked

New Member
Script for finding latest saved replay

Hey, I am looking for a solution to get the latest saved replay to play instantly, without OBS automatically saving the buffer, and then playing it. If there was a script that would find the latest saved video and then return its path to the media_source. So that you can play the latest replay at a chosen time and not just the last 20 seconds etc...
 

fleezy

New Member
How can I make this script point to a different output source? I'd like to pair this with Source Record so I can have overlay-free replays.
 

BrizzleClive

New Member
Have been trying to set this up but can’t get it working fully as the video guides suggest it should
If my recordings have the date and time suffix then it just won’t change to the most most recent replay video source in that folder
If I turn the suffix off then I lose all my clips and potentially could erase a full broadcast recording if I get a dropout and have to restart the stream for any reason, but it will overwrite a clip just named Replay and change it when scene is reactivated

is this a bug as I’ve tried setting this up using two guides which use same basic method
 
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