Key shortcuts for live streaming help..

Explorer ,
Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

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Hey Puppeteers,

 

Ok I will give you a quick scene scenario...I have my puppet he walks on the spot and the background moves in CH when I turn either way, looking as I am working down a hallway...this is perfect.

 

the issue I am having is I have a trigger for my character to fade and then reappear on a new background (which is a png in OBS)..looking like he has teleported..Now when streaming live to change scenes in obs ( which is set to a keybinding "j" ) triggers the different background..however as the the NDI tool (plugin to show CH in OBS) is showing all the "red dot" scenes in CH (the orginal background that enables the walking) I can not do this.

 

I was wondering if there was a way to set the "ctrl & click mouse" to say "j" so then when I hit the keybind it turns off the CH layer and obs also changes?

 

Hopefully this isnt too long winded haha and makes sense.

 

 

 

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Explorer , Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

Ok I worked it out another way...

 

Using keyframes and opacity in the timeline and making triggers does exactly what I wanted...So main walking background shows and the other is set to 0% opacity then moving a few frames, setting changed 100% creates the fade effect I was after...which i then make a trigger out and set both to a keybind.

 

thanks for the reply tho.

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Sorry, I'm not following. Can you explain this part more?

 

however as the the NDI tool (plugin to show CH in OBS) is showing all the "red dot" scenes in CH

 

 

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timeline scene sorry..

- puppet

- background

- camera 

 

I want to turn off one active scene in the timeline with a keybind/shortcut..

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Ok I worked it out another way...

 

Using keyframes and opacity in the timeline and making triggers does exactly what I wanted...So main walking background shows and the other is set to 0% opacity then moving a few frames, setting changed 100% creates the fade effect I was after...which i then make a trigger out and set both to a keybind.

 

thanks for the reply tho.

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I'm looking for a solution my problem, which i think you have solved.

 

I want to also be able to create a trigger, that can instantly change the background, and the character on the screen (all while streaming live). Is that what you were able to do?

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