this method works perfectly for me, but 1 issue i facing is once i press the hotkey the slideshow animation will stop playing. Any idea regarding this issue?Works perfect. For those need help, below is what I did on Windows 10.
1. install OBS studio version 25.0.8
2. install python 3.6-64bit. Note the late python version does not work.
3. download the python scripts: https://obsproject.com/forum/resour...ndow-navigation-using-obs-hotkey.938/download
4. Open scripts windows from the tools dropdown menu.
5. in the python setting tab: have the Python Install Path point to the root folder of the Python installation where python.exe exists
6. use the '+' load the python scripts.
7. use setting to set the hotkeys.
8. restart obs if not work.
Download and install pywin32 for Python 3.6Any help here?
Download and install pywin32 for Python 3.6
That would be my plan. I forgot to mention to my situation. So I am ACTUALLY Projecting and Streaming at the same time. So I would have PowerPoint to be presented normally using 3rd Video cable to Projector and use Window Capture to Zoom. So I am doing a Hybrid setup for participants. For those on zoom, all I have to do is switch out to close up for Speaker. But what do I do in person? I just go to Presenter Viewer and click Black Screen. I was hoping to keep it within my fingertip of hotkey instead of moving the mouse. So that's my challenge, trying to reduce moving parts to operation.