Tagged: software

OBS Tutorials – League of Legends – Scene Switcher Plugin

The League of Legends Scene Switcher allows you to automate your OBS for your next LoL match. You can completely concentrate on the game while OBS does the rest for you. First of all you of course need to download the plugin: League of Legends Scene Switch You can get the plugin both for the 32bit and 64bit version of...

Useful AutoHotkey Scripts for your Streaming/Recording

Useful AutoHotkey Scripts for your Streaming/Recording

There are of cause a lot of scripts available for autohotkey, but today I want to show you just a few scripts I picked out that can be useful while streaming or recording stuff. For all tools I offer you the compiled executable file which you can run right away, as well as the autohotkey-file to edit and change if...

How to include one or more Audio Sources in your Stream with or without hearing them

To include an Audio source which is not running through our standard playback device we have two options: combine it with a source we can select or which is already used in our favorite streaming/recording tool or add it as its own source (if your software allows this) So let us take a look at some examples, first we will...

Get your voice into any Streaming Software with Teamspeak and VAC/VB-Cable

In this Guide we will use a combination of Teamspeak and Virtual Audio Cable to get your Voice into mostly any streaming or recording software that allows you to use your default Microphone or to select the Microphone to be used. You can then use either Push to Talk or Voice Activation or a Continuous Transmission with several Hotkey options....

Show Date, Time, Countdown, Twitch Viewers or even System Info in OBS

Today I want to show you two different small but very nice Tools for OBS. First of all we have the Date and Time Plugin. As the name implies you can use it to show either only the current day, or current time or a custom string showcasing both in OBS. Second but with a lot more options we have...

Windows Audio System – Setup examples

In part two of my Windows Audio System guide I want to give you some example setups. If you have questions or miss a setup that could be useful for others, just message me or post a comment. Now click on read more for the examples.

Windows Audio System – Why is this so complicated?

The Windows Audio system gives us quite a lot of options to mix different source sources, but at the same time it also restricts and limits us. But as with the matrix, there are rules that can be broken and rules that can be bend. In the end you can nearly do anything you want, except for one thing: Software...

How to use the "listen" function of Windows properly

If you are like me and like to try every option your computer offers at least once, you probably already heard about or saw the listen tab every recording device in Windows (I think vista?? and later) has. Now what does this function do, how do we use it and why? Send the Audio of a Recording device to a...

How to add a Chat-Overlay to your Stream

This tutorial can be used with OBS/XSplit and similar streaming programs. I will explain how to add a chat overlay using the window capture/screen-region abilties of said programs, as well as using a plugin for mIRC or the logfiles of Hexchat. If you prefer a video version, check this link. mIRC or Hexchat with a Plugin or using the Logfile...