One thing I am missing (and was missing in the other one as well): the possibility to fade the unique resources, instead of zooming/moving them. So that I can have one source moving, and others transitioning via fade.
OBS Crashes with advanced scene switcher when it tries to transition before a another transition or stinger video has finished it seems. It also wont work with advanced scene switcher properly. I found a few workarounds for now, but if the 2 plugins would work smoothly, that would be wonderful. I think this is mostly an issue with advanced scene switcher, as it has not been updated in quite a long time.
This plugin is awesome, I was just thinking yesterday that I wish I could "morph" sources between scenes in OBS, and I look today and find this. Do you think it would be possible to create an option to have transitions between sources with similar names? For example, say I have source Input 1 and a source Input 1 [Cropped] in 2 different scenes, and I want a move transition between them. There would presumably have to be some strict rules around naming conventions for this feature to work reliable, and yes I appreciate other complexities, but interesting if it's a possibility.
On the subject of cropped sources, this is the one thing that appears to still cut between, rather than smoothly transitioning like size and position.
My situation may be complicated by also using the obs-shaderfilter, and using it on a group around my source as this is the only way I seem to be able to get borders to work on a cropped AND non-cropped source.
Would it be possible to further refine the source matching? For example: "Source", "Source 1", and "Source 2" are spread across a variety of scenes. Transitioning between scenes that contain Source and Source 1 (or Source 2) get picked up by the matching algorithm and everything works as intended. However, transitioning between scenes that contain "Source 1" and "Source 2" do NOT get picked up because "Source 1" is not found in the source name "Source 2". In the meantime, I've come up with a pretty inelegant workaround by appending each source name with letters of the alphabet (SourceA, SourceAB, SourceABC...). Thanks!