rematrix-filter plugin

rematrix-filter plugin 1.0.1

Andersama

Member
Andersama submitted a new resource:

rematrix-filter plugin - Allows custom mixing of channels, duplicate, mute, swap and reorder channels at will.

What for?
Allows custom mixing of channels, duplicate, mute, swap channels at will.

Namely for channel corrections, or extraction of certain channels. EG. fix swapped left / right channels, or to reorder channels to the correct positions for surround sound output.

Also allows muting in the event that you expect those channels to be mixed with others later.
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mypantsfelldown

New Member
Hi,

I'm so glad someone made this. Thank you so much! This may sound a little bit strange but I can't seem to find the filter-should it be appearing under the audio filters menu? I've never installed a non-VST plugin before.
 

pkv

Developer
from the zip, copy the data and obs-plugins folders in rematrix-filter > windows > obs-sudio to :
C:\Program Files (x86)\obs-studio
Then you should have the new entry: rematrix in the audio filters.
Installs fine on my side.
 

mypantsfelldown

New Member
from the zip, copy the data and obs-plugins folders in rematrix-filter > windows > obs-sudio to :
C:\Program Files (x86)\obs-studio
Then you should have the new entry: rematrix in the audio filters.
Installs fine on my side.
Yes, I’m pretty sure that’s how I installed the filter. Any ideas as to why it’s not appearing?
 

pkv

Developer
i've installed on release 21.0.0 and 21.0.1 both install and work fine.
Are you on these releases ? If not, update.
You could try a clean install by erasing completely your settings folder in Appdata > Roaming > obs-data
 

mypantsfelldown

New Member
Hello again,
I've just done a completely fresh reinstall of 21.0.1 and cleared my settings folder, but the filter still isn't working. Is there a menu in OBS where I can view the currently active plugins?
 

Andersama

Member
The installed plugins will show up in the drop down list where you add your filters as "Rematrix"

Triple check that the plugin's code (.dll or .so) has been added to your obs's install directory:
.../obs-studio/obs-plugins/64bit
and the .ini files have been added to:
.../obs-studio/data/obs-plugins/rematrix-filter/locale/

I made sure to include the folder paths you need so you should be able to copy/paste obs-studio on top of your install and the files should end up in the right place.

Plugins don't immediately appear, they load in .dll when it starts, so make sure you've opened a new window. The code itself should actually be compatible w/ most versions, but I and PKV compiled on version 19 and upwards.

If you still don't have luck, consider posting a log.
 

mypantsfelldown

New Member
Here is my most current log-notice that OBS mentions that the Rematrix module was not loaded:
06:06:22.286: CPU Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
06:06:22.286: CPU Speed: 3400MHz
06:06:22.286: Physical Cores: 4, Logical Cores: 8
06:06:22.286: Physical Memory: 16269MB Total, 11254MB Free
06:06:22.286: Windows Version: 10.0 Build 16299 (revision: 192; 64-bit)
06:06:22.286: Running as administrator: false
06:06:22.286: Aero is Enabled (Aero is always on for windows 8 and above)
06:06:22.286: Windows 10 Gaming Features:
06:06:22.286: Game DVR: On
06:06:22.288: Sec. Software Status:
06:06:22.289: Windows Defender Antivirus: enabled (AV)
06:06:22.289: Windows Firewall: disabled (FW)
06:06:22.289: Windows Defender Antivirus: enabled (ASW)
06:06:22.290: Portable mode: false
06:06:22.305: OBS 21.0.1 (64bit, windows)
06:06:22.305: ---------------------------------
06:06:22.306: ---------------------------------
06:06:22.306: audio settings reset:
06:06:22.306: samples per sec: 48000
06:06:22.306: speakers: 8
06:06:22.307: ---------------------------------
06:06:22.307: Initializing D3D11...
06:06:22.307: Available Video Adapters:
06:06:22.309: Adapter 1: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
06:06:22.309: Dedicated VRAM: 3200368640
06:06:22.309: Shared VRAM: 4234962944
06:06:22.309: output 1: pos={0, 0}, size={1920, 1080}, attached=true
06:06:22.309: output 2: pos={1920, 0}, size={1920, 1080}, attached=true
06:06:22.311: Loading up D3D11 on adapter AMD Radeon R9 200 Series (0)
06:06:22.324: D3D11 loaded successfully, feature level used: 45056
06:06:22.930: ---------------------------------
06:06:22.930: video settings reset:
06:06:22.930: base resolution: 1920x1080
06:06:22.930: output resolution: 1280x720
06:06:22.930: downscale filter: Bicubic
06:06:22.930: fps: 60/1
06:06:22.930: format: NV12
06:06:22.931: Audio monitoring device:
06:06:22.931: name: Default
06:06:22.931: id: default
06:06:22.931: ---------------------------------
06:06:22.932: Required module function 'obs_module_load' in module '../../obs-plugins/64bit/chrome_elf.dll' not found, loading of module failed
06:06:22.937: [CoreAudio encoder]: Adding CoreAudio AAC encoder
06:06:23.128: [AMF] Version 2.3.1 loaded (Compiled: 1.4.4.0, Runtime: 1.4.6.0, Library: 1;4;6;0;17.50.15.01;201801121635;CL#1503247).
06:06:23.177: [AMF] <Id: 2> Unable to create H265/HEVC encoder, error AMF_NOT_SUPPORTED (code 10)
06:06:23.223: [AMF] <Id: 4> Unable to create H265/HEVC encoder, error AMF_NOT_SUPPORTED (code 10)
06:06:23.223: [AMF] [H265/HEVC] Not supported by any GPU, disabling...
06:06:23.234: Required module function 'obs_module_load' in module '../../obs-plugins/64bit/libcef.dll' not found, loading of module failed
06:06:23.234: Required module function 'obs_module_load' in module '../../obs-plugins/64bit/libEGL.dll' not found, loading of module failed
06:06:23.235: Required module function 'obs_module_load' in module '../../obs-plugins/64bit/libGLESv2.dll' not found, loading of module failed
06:06:23.235: Failed to load 'en-US' text for module: 'obs-browser.dll'
06:06:23.235: [browser_source: 'Version: 1.29.0']
06:06:23.238: LoadLibrary failed for 'nvEncodeAPI64.dll': The specified module could not be found.
06:06:23.238: (126)
06:06:23.520: LoadLibrary failed for '../../obs-plugins/64bit/rematrix-filter.dll': The specified module could not be found.
06:06:23.520: (126)
06:06:23.520: Module '../../obs-plugins/64bit/rematrix-filter.dll' not loaded
06:06:23.523: Couldn't find VLC installation, VLC video source disabled
06:06:23.527: No blackmagic support
06:06:23.636: ---------------------------------
06:06:23.636: Loaded Modules:
06:06:23.636: win-wasapi.dll
06:06:23.636: win-mf.dll
06:06:23.636: win-dshow.dll
06:06:23.636: win-decklink.dll
06:06:23.636: win-capture.dll
06:06:23.636: vlc-video.dll
06:06:23.636: text-freetype2.dll
06:06:23.636: rtmp-services.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-x264.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-vst.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-transitions.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-text.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-qsv11.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-outputs.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-filters.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-ffmpeg.dll
06:06:23.636: obs-browser.dll
06:06:23.636: image-source.dll
06:06:23.636: frontend-tools.dll
06:06:23.636: enc-amf.dll
06:06:23.636: coreaudio-encoder.dll
06:06:23.636: ---------------------------------
06:06:23.636: ==== Startup complete ===============================================
06:06:23.648: All scene data cleared
06:06:23.648: ------------------------------------------------
06:06:23.873: WASAPI: Device 'Speakers (ASUS Essence STX II Audio Device)' initialized
06:06:23.907: WASAPI: Device 'Microphone (Yeti Stereo Microphone)' initialized
06:06:23.909: Switched to scene 'Scene'
06:06:23.909: ------------------------------------------------
06:06:23.909: Loaded scenes:
06:06:23.909: - scene 'Scene':
06:06:23.909: - source: 'Game Capture' (game_capture)
06:06:23.909: ------------------------------------------------
06:06:23.972: adding 64 milliseconds of audio buffering, total audio buffering is now 64 milliseconds
06:07:14.106: [Media Source 'test.wav']: settings:
06:07:14.106: input: C:/Users/mypantsfelldown/Desktop/test.wav
06:07:14.106: input_format: (null)
06:07:14.106: is_looping: no
06:07:14.106: is_hw_decoding: yes
06:07:14.106: is_clear_on_media_end: yes
06:07:14.106: restart_on_activate: yes
06:07:14.106: close_when_inactive: no
06:07:14.108: User added source 'test.wav' (ffmpeg_source) to scene 'Scene'
06:07:37.551: User added filter 'VST 2.x Plug-in' (vst_filter) to source 'test.wav'
06:07:43.612: User Removed source 'test.wav' (ffmpeg_source) from scene 'Scene'
 

mypantsfelldown

New Member
As much as I'd love to help, I'm completely new to programming and am completely stuck trying to make a build environment for OBS. I am following this guide but it's not awfully specific-what do I do with the cloned repository? (I had to download it as a .zip as opposed to using command line)
 

pkv

Developer
ugh, i have no idea what's going on then.
when i have more time i'll provide you a download link with both obs 21 + filter already in place. Which is working for me, so no reason it should not work for you.
 

Andersama

Member
As much as I'd love to help, I'm completely new to programming and am completely stuck trying to make a build environment for OBS. I am following this guide but it's not awfully specific-what do I do with the cloned repository? (I had to download it as a .zip as opposed to using command line)
I've managed to automate 64bit and 32bit builds for windows, it should have separated any weird quirks my computer may have in comparison to yours. See v1.0.1-win32-win64-prebuilt-gdd21301 on the releases page. If that doesn't help let me know.
 

mypantsfelldown

New Member
I've managed to automate 64bit and 32bit builds for windows, it should have separated any weird quirks my computer may have in comparison to yours. See v1.0.1-win32-win64-prebuilt-gdd21301 on the releases page. If that doesn't help let me know.
It now works! Again,thank you ever so much for this plugin, you guys are life savers! :)
 
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