OBS, Moving the Stats?

Thread in 'Hardware' started by Mike, 17 Oct 2019.

  1. Hey, not sure if this is the right place for this question, but I just started using OBS to capture my games from a console, and I got everything working, and made an overlay, but now I want to move stuff around relative to each other. I want to move the score, and line count and next box to all be stacked vertically. I've seen other streamers do similar things.

    At first I thought I would just duplicate my source, then make a different mask, and position it were I want, but whenever I change a mask on one source, it also changes on the other source/sources, making it impossible to have multiple masks. Does anyone know how to make an independent duplicate source, or is there some other way to achieve this?
  2. Muf


    Instead of creating masks I would just use the crop function. Duplicates of sources don't share the same crop/transform.

    It might also be relevant to check out this OBS shader: https://github.com/alex-ong/NESTrisSharpener
  3. Thanks Muf, your right cropping is way easier. I also like that shader, it took me a while to get it configured and working, but once I did it looked pretty good. A few things I don't like about it though, the palette never quite looks right to me, I might need to play around with that some more. Also, I don't like that there is no flashy animation for tetris's. I really like having that menu detection graphic. I wish I could do just the menu graphic and nothing else, you know of a way to do that? Thanks for the help!
  4. Muf


    Pinging @XaeL about the bugs / feature requests :)

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