He needs to check his numbers as the Mac market share continues to grow.. but I understand his sentiment.. he doesn't see any ROI for his time investment...SNIP... The market right now is 89/10/1% for Windows/Linux/Apple, which speaks volumes about the actual demand for it. SNIP
I wish I could accept the challenge.. just learned how to us Node.Js to deploy a website. Any direction on what I would need to learn for the Mac? Im sure its not just change some values in a bash script, I'll download your source though and check it out. See if its python or something else. Thanks for your time man! So I use my Mac to DJ but happen to be using a windows machine to host my stream, going to at least start using the app and learn that first.The GitHub requirements section lists minimum and recommended compatibility with the "latest" versions of OSX, but if you read the comments regarding Mac compatibility on the "StreamFX How To: Installing the Plugin" you'll see this from one of the developers:
"As soon as someone donates enough money to hire a Mac developer, as I personally do not want to own an Apple device. The market right now is 89/10/1% for Windows/Linux/Apple, which speaks volumes about the actual demand for it. If you can't donate, and don't like the answer, how about picking up coding as a hobby? It's what I've done, and it's worked out so far. Whenever something is missing from a software, I can just create it myself."
not holding my breath....
I don't believe his spread on the numbers, but you will never get a Windows dedicate to embrace the Mac, so that's fine.He needs to check his numbers as the Mac market share continues to grow.. but I understand his sentiment.. he doesn't see any ROI for his time investment.
It's the streamfx-macos-10.15-0.10.0.0b1-gafc09620.7z or the zip version. Put it all into your Library/Application Support/obs-studio/plugins if it doesn't do it automatically. Works like a charm, although not all effects/shaders work for macOS from what I can tell. But blur, 3d etc all do.Thanks for this thread. I am still hitting my head against a wall trying to figure out where I am going wrong. I've followed the installing instructions but that list of plugins isn't super clear about which is for Mac. Is there a specific file or is it the "windows" exe file. If so I've tried all that and still not working. I can share more info it needed but maybe its a simple fix that I am missing.
I've tried this withAttached you will find StreamFX for Mac
Works with OBS 26.1.2.
- Show Packet-Content of OBB.app
- Copy File „StreamFX.so“ to Contents/PlugIns
- Copy Folder „StreamFX“ to Contents/Resources/data/obs-plugins