Add the Ability to have Text(GDI+) options in the Text area for simple notepad file reading.
Title line - In OBS studio you have the ability to add Text (GDI+) which allows it to read from a simple text file. This works wonders for overlays and items like that as it allows the streamer to showcase their most recent follower, donator, and subscriber. This is a genuinely decent tool for viewer engagement.
Yess!! Add this!! And also animated effects when changing screens.
I'm for this. streamelements has this and I miss it.
Yeah, allows for a lot of easy customization options when a text layer can just listen and update synced with a file. I used this to have an easy to update title for my count-down/start screen, but it's also useful as others have mentioned to hook into other stats and dynamic content.
Yes! Please add this!
I would like to have Text GDI + on Twitch studio because I know that some people really want it,I am a Osu streamer,and I would like to have Text GDI+ because I want to add a animated text with StreamCompanion,on OBS you can do that,but u cant do that on Twitch Studio.
falta implementar alertas con mensaje de voz no puede ser qeu tenga que buscar como ponerlas y que al hacerlo tenga que quitar todas las alertas que vienen por default si solo quiere cambar la de los bits
Im struggling so bad to achieve this. Streamlabs adds all the other tools to do this. but why is there no widget to upload a text file and then we can add it as a browser source.? can we host the file else where??? and browser source to it?
Would be nice a good text-to-speech.
Apparently now there's a bug..if i connect the streamlabs alerts to twitch studio, and ,for a strange reason ,it's impossible to hear the voice when someone make a donation.
I need this
same as streamlabs tts basically, but simpler and intergrated so that i dont need stream labs open to skip alerts and such :)
I would love this as a feature
I think it is important / basic.
This would be extraordinarily helpful with overlays!!
This would help me a ton since most of my overlay uses this feature.
Is there a way to also apply this same idea for an image? Refreshing an image from disk, for example, if it's being updated by another program.