I don't see why you can't accomplish this with a batch file. Create a batch file in notepad and then have your steam deck run the file to do all of the copying and renaming(if needed). Create a scene to load file2.Hey @Exeldro thanks for this plug-in (and the many others I‘ve come across).
I‘m not sure if this provides a solution to my problem and I would love to hear your thoughts if you find the time.
Here’s what I have in mind:
I have instant replay working flawlessly right now with a hotkey and stream deck.
Additionally I want another replay feature which is not instant.
Example: I save a replay from the beginning of my stream (some sort of gameplay highlight). I want to be able to play this replay via hotkey whenever I want + probably multiple times throughout the stream and still have the option to use instant replay for things that deserve immediate repitition on screen.
My ideal solution would be as follows:
As of right now this theoretically works, but both Hotkey #1 and Hotkey#2 save to and overwrite the same file.
- Hotkey #1 (Instant Replay): saves replay to File1 and then immediately plays the replay on stream. The next press of Hotkey #1 overwrites File1 and is again immediately played on stream (currently working already!)
- Hotkey #2: saves replay to File2. When pressed again it overwrites File2 with a new replay. This Hotley just saves a replay for later use with Hotkey #3.
- Hotkey #3: plays the replay from File2 which was saved via Hotkey #2.
Is there a way to have Hotkey #1 save to File1 and Hotkey #2 save to File2? (Both overwriting on subsequent presses so that I only have to direct to one file for both Hotkey #1 (instant replay) and Hotkey #2 (on demand replay) which is basically automatically refreshed to the latest replay).
Thanks in advance!