Motion-effect is an obs-studio plugin for source item animation by updating transform settings.
motion-filter (animate one source in the scene)
- Source animation (linear or bezier curve) and scaling.
- One way (just forward) or Round trip (forward and backward) movement.
- Trigger by hotkey or scene switch.
motion-transition (animate all sources between scene switch)
- Source in both scene : linear transform animation
- Source only in previous scene : zoom out
- Source only in next scene : zoom in
See Release Page
- Add a motion filter to a scene (this filter won't work if applied directly to a source). If you want two-way movement, make sure you choose the Motion-filter (Round trip) variant of the filter.
- On the filter property page, choose the source you wish to animate and provide the control points for the animation.
- Use the Forward (and Backward) toggle button to check the results.
- Go to hotkeys page in OBS settings and set hotkey(s) for the motion(s) within the scene.
- That's everything!
- Add to your transition list then switch scene, just this one.
First follow build procedures for obs-studio.
Building obs-studio will produce an
obs.libfile, generated inside the build directories - e.g.
Assuming you have cmake, prior to first configure, add the following entries:
|Entry name||Type||Value (e.g.)|
- Click 'Configure', which will run
- Click 'Generate'
This should produce the desired development environment, which after building, shall produce the plugin dll file.
Linux (Test on Ubuntu)
You have to download obs-studio source code first and make sure you have installed cmake.
git clone https://github.com/CatxFish/motion-filter.git cd motion-filter mkdir build && cd build cmake -DLIBOBS_INCLUDE_DIR="<libobs path>" -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .. make -j4 sudo make install