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Pan Zoom Rotate 1.3

khaver

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I don't know anything about animating in OBS using Lua. I did see somewhere here a plugin for animating settings. I don't know if it works with Lua scripted filters.
 
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Pan Zoom Rotate - Filter to pan, zoom and rotate a source



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Hi, Is there a little more instruction available for Mac to install it. Assuming I may be installing it wrong, but I know you haven't tested it with Mac yet. I've tried a couple of different ways; The script editor and dragging and dropping. When I try via the script editor only one of the files shows up to add to the OBS script. It shows up in filters and I can add it, but it says,"no properties available" after selecting it. I am using the current version of OBS and Monterey OS . Thank You for your time and effort! Can't wait to try it.
 
Hi, Is there a little more instruction available for Mac to install it. Assuming I may be installing it wrong, but I know you haven't tested it with Mac yet. I've tried a couple of different ways; The script editor and dragging and dropping. When I try via the script editor only one of the files shows up to add to the OBS script. It shows up in filters and I can add it, but it says,"no properties available" after selecting it. I am using the current version of OBS and Monterey OS . Thank You for your time and effort! Can't wait to try it.
Ok. So I tried again via the scripts within OBS and it is listed but greyed out so that i can't select it. Any guidance would be appreciated! Thanks.
 
Ok. So I tried again via the scripts within OBS and it is listed but greyed out so that i can't select it. Any guidance would be appreciated! Thanks.
UPDATE: I have OBS installed on a Virtual Machine with Win 10 and it works. However, it is not working in Mac OS Monterey as mentioned above. Thanks in advance!
 

khaver

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You might get a clue as to why it's not working in Mac by looking at the logs. Search for "filter-PZR".
 

khaver

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You need to unzip the contents of the zip file into a folder where you put other scripts (can be any folder on your drive). In that folder you will have the filter-PZR.lua file and a subfolder named filter-PZR with the file in it named filter-PZR.effect. In OBS' script loader, hit the "+" and navigate to where you unzipped the files. Load the filter-PZR.lua file. When you load it, on the right side of the scripts panel it should say "Filter for panning, zooming & rotating."
 
You need to unzip the contents of the zip file into a folder where you put other scripts (can be any folder on your drive). In that folder you will have the filter-PZR.lua file and a subfolder named filter-PZR with the file in it named filter-PZR.effect. In OBS' script loader, hit the "+" and navigate to where you unzipped the files. Load the filter-PZR.lua file. When you load it, on the right side of the scripts panel it should say "Filter for panning, zooming & rotating."
Khaver, Thanks so much! Yes, I have ben trying that and I suspect their is some issue with the download of the other file with the Filter PZR effects in it . I can load the Lua file with no problem, but the effects I can't. At first download it tells me to wait for the download to complete and then much later it shows up in scripts, but I can't select or open it. Perhaps their is something missing in this script for the Mac. The file isn't that big, correct? It worked for Win 10 on my Virtual Machine. I truly appreciate your help though. Any other thoughts?.... Also the folder cannot be uploaded either.
 
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khaver

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Your logs show this error:
cannot open /Users/user/Downloads/filter-PZR/filter-PZR.lua: No such file or directory

Where is the file "filter-PZR.lua" located on your drive? Where that file is located, is there a subfolder named 'filter-PZR"? If there is, is there a file called 'filter-PZR.effect" in that folder?
Can you post a screen grab of the OBS scripts dialog box when you click the "+" to load a script?

Try this, open the zip file and drag the filter-PZR.lua file to your Desktop. Also drag the filter-PZR folder that's in the zip file to your Desktop. Now in OBS load the script by navigating to your Desktop and selecting the filter-PZR.lua file from there. If it still doesn't work, post another log.
 
PZR Effects Script .png
PZR Effects Script .png
PZR Effects Script .png
 

khaver

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You need to put the filter-PZR.lua file in the same folder as "clock-source.lua", "countdown.lua", "instant-replay.lua", "pause-scene.lua", etc. Make sure to remove filter-PZR.lua from the script list before loading it again from this new location.
 
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