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Twitch Switcher 1.15

Scacht

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Scacht submitted a new resource:

Twitch Switcher - Automagically Updates Your Twitch Game and Status

This will automatically update your Twitch game and status based off of your current scene.

A Twitch.tv OAuth key is required with channel_editor scope. You can get such a key at ( http://scacht.com/twitch )

Example of the setup page in action:


Installation: Drop the contents of the zip into your main OBS folder and agree to merge/overwrite.

Setup: Add your OAuth key in the field, and configure as above (for example) and click apply....
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Scacht

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I've tried to break it myself during testing, but I'm sure there are issues. Let me know what you find.
 

StarscreamUK

New Member
I must be doing something wrong all it seems to do is set my title to "Untitled Broadcast" even though the fields are filled in.

using 0.655
 

Scacht

New Member
If you pull up the log window (Help -> Show Log Window) while running (you don't have to be streaming), try switching scenes manually and see what the output is. It should tell you what it got from twitch and what it tried to send to twitch, for example:
Code:
09:32:15: {"_links":{"user":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/user","channel":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channel","search":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/search","streams":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/streams/heybryandon","ingests":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/ingests","teams":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/teams","users":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/users/heybryandon","channels":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/heybryandon","chat":"https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/chat/heybryandon"},"token":{"valid":true,"authorization":{"scopes":["channel_editor"],"created_at":"2015-08-29T23:10:24.865Z","updated_at":"2015-08-29T23:10:24.865Z"},"user_name":"heybryandon"}}
09:32:16: Doing lowbie things
09:32:16: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
If you can't figure it out, post a copy of your twitchsw.ini from your config folder, minus your OAuth key and i'll try to reproduce.
 
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ryanjuice

New Member
This is very useful, been looking for something like this for quite some time. I switch my scenes manually in the main window of OBS, and with this plug-in, my twitch channel page updates its title and current game usually within about 5-10 seconds.

Thanks for this
 

Scacht

New Member
I can try to compile a x64 version in the next week or so. I didn't port it to MP because Scene Switcher hadn't been ported yet, maybe in the near future when MP has the features that I need.
 

StarscreamUK

New Member
Scacht, it has started working (I didn't change anything)

I'll presume it was something twitch were doing, but this is great man, works a treat, and I appreciate you replying!
 

makkaan

Member
I've been waiting for this so long! It would be awesome if u made it to work with x64! :)
 
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MaD2ko0l

New Member
hi,

Love this, makes things a bit easier to update.

However, would it be possible that you could have multiple stream titles for the same game and then it can pick a random title for that scene?

If that makes sense.
 

Scacht

New Member
Currently no plan to add hitbox, but the source will be out soon and someone else can modify as necessary. It should take fairly minimal modification to do it (after briefly looking at hitbox's API), but I don't use it as a service, so I won't test it.
 

Scacht

New Member
Scacht updated Twitch Switcher with a new update entry:

Manually/Randomly Select Title

  • Added a field to be able to manually set your Stream Title and Game for a brief time (will be overwritten if you switch scenes that match).
  • If you have more than one of the same scene, it will automatically randomly pick one of them as your title.
  • Improved checks to make sure Twitch gets updated.
  • Improved logging for debug purposes.
  • Released source code.
Read the rest of this update entry...
 

TheKreamCs

New Member
dont know where i must put the src and x64 folder :/ and your introduction is hard to understand this
 
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makkaan

Member
dont know where i must put the src and x64 folder :/ and your introduction is hard to understand this
Src is the source code, unless you are a developer, dont care about it.

If you are running OBS x64, unrar strait into OBS folder, and same for x86, but in the OBS x86 folder.
 
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