Move transition

Move transition 1.7.3

mattbatt

Member
Hi. I love this plug-in! I’m so addicted to use it for better looks. However, I have a issue with the plug-in...

I’m using it on Mac OBS 25.0.8. When I use move source filter, my Stream Deck software will get almost 100% cpu usage for a little moment, even I didn’t use Stream Deck for that moment. Move transition had no issue as I can see.

Is there anyway to make it not to happen this?
This is a theory not a statement of fact.
I suspect it's because video compression relies on some things on the screen staying static, the more you have moving the harder it is for the video compression to do it's job. For example I use the scroll function on a long bible passage and although it's only text the CPU utilization jumps up significantly on that part of my show.
Video files and cameras coming into OBS are already compressed but things moving IN obs are like vector graphics being rendered and compressed in real time.
Here is a video where I show Process explorer overlaid on the scenes. Notice the spike when I start recording, then when I transition to the text scrolling scene, I go back then I start streaming and do it again. https://youtu.be/ODp8ySIPTUI Just to be clear I am not using "move transition" to do the text scrolling that is just the simple scroll filter on a text source. This is just a little Latitude e7240 ultrabook that's why OBS is so intense.
 

youjiman

New Member
This is a theory not a statement of fact.
I suspect it's because video compression relies on some things on the screen staying static, the more you have moving the harder it is for the video compression to do it's job. For example I use the scroll function on a long bible passage and although it's only text the CPU utilization jumps up significantly on that part of my show.
Video files and cameras coming into OBS are already compressed but things moving IN obs are like vector graphics being rendered and compressed in real time.
Here is a video where I show Process explorer overlaid on the scenes. Notice the spike when I start recording, then when I transition to the text scrolling scene, I go back then I start streaming and do it again. https://youtu.be/ODp8ySIPTUI Just to be clear I am not using "move transition" to do the text scrolling that is just the simple scroll filter on a text source. This is just a little Latitude e7240 ultrabook that's why OBS is so intense.
Wow, I’m appreciated for the imformation! Indeed, I was using this plug-in for text sauces mainly. Make it long story short, if I don’t use it for text or other some sources then it is fine. It is much better than I need to give up to use Stream Deck or this plug-in at all. Thank you!
 

YozhicVeda

New Member
you are a genius man! ") thanks for the move value !:) with its help, I could easily make music fade over time ") link source value filter with the scene filter so that everything works with one hotkey from one filter to another its great !:)
 
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This plugin, once installed, prevented OBS versions older than 25 from booting up. I endured long horrible hour of OBS crashing until I identify this plugin as a problem and uninstall it. No, other plugins such as Media Controls also for OBS v.25 and up does not crush OBS itself. I'd love to use this if made for v.24 but if not, at least please fix that bug.
I replicated the incident with both OBS 24 and 23. I use macOS High Sierra 10.13.6. OBS v.25 crashes instantly by resizing the app window regardless of this plugin; That's why I have to stick to v.24.
 

t2wave

New Member
One thing I have trouble with is when I duplicate a scene with the move filters, all the position information on the scene filters for a source gets set to the current position of that source. Makes creating specific scenes for things a pain.
 

laxmaniac050

New Member
I need help.

I am running Linux Ubuntu and have been trying to install this plugin but can't get it to work. Can anyone give me some guidance and what I need to do to install the plugin or tell me where I can find a guide?
 
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