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    jckobeh commented  · 

    Tested it last night. It would be convenient to have the streamer's chat show up in the Guest Star page for the host and all guests; we found this was lacking as my guest had a window open on the Guest Star page to see my webcam feed, but would have had to open another window and rearrange their desktop to see the chat simultaneously. Same goes for the streamer, as even on a multi-monitor setup, If I want to see the webcam feed from the person I'm talking to bigger than the OBS preview monitor (where it's probably scaled down) I would need to juggle several windows to have the Guest Star page and chat visible.

    Otherwise, being able to change the font size on the browser source from the Guest star page, as well as perhaps font style and colour, and having the browser source in OBS get a reactive is-talking border that can be colour-customized would be good. This seems a cleaner solution than asking users to manually input 16:9 aspect ratios of arbitrary scales to fit their overlay. Let them scale the browser source AND THEN go back to the Guest Star page and fine-tune the name label & etc.

    Latency seems to be pretty pretty low, so I'm excited to test it with multiple guests and evaluate performance VS other platforms we've used in the past to host multiple talking heads. Even for a beta, it would be great to also have at least firefox support.