Hi, would it be possible for someone to make a simple Lua script that just makes the affected source spin continuously, with a slider for speed? I want to put it on my webcam with some other filters to make custom trippy visuals.
Cursory overview of this plugin made me think that having a continuously spinning webcam this way would require continuously triggering scene transitions, which I can't do while I'm doing the other stuff I want to do on stream.
I think it might be possible by making a loop with an additional automatic scene transitions plugin but it seems like a very unnecessarily complicated and potentially glitchy or laggy way of doing something which should only really require one slider.
Also doing it like this prevents me from having multiple things spinning at different speeds, which I'm not sure I'll actually end up doing but it would be nice to be able to experiment with that.
Thank you for the work you've done for the community btw
A script that allows you to configure: an object to rotate, angle increment and timer interval. Then set up hot keys for clockwise, counter-cw and stop. You can easily add more custom actions into the script. Requested in the OBS forum ...
Has anyone managed to get something spinning continuously? I have it spinning from North > East > South > West but when it goes back to north it reverses its rotation even tho rotating normally would be a shorter travel time. I have even tried making a second north transition but it still goes reverse. Any ideas?
Hey guys, I found the thread and managed to get Move Source to spin a source continuously by chaining 1-2-1-2... Great!
Only problem is that the top leftmost is used as the anchor point, while I need the center to be the rotational point.