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REQUIRED: -Must use obswebsocket version > 5.0 -https://github.com/obsproject/obs-websocket/releases -Select obs-websocket-5.0.0-beta1-Windows-Installer.exe -Make sure to uninstall older version if you haven't beforehand -Must have Python 3.6 in OBS Scripts > Settings -Must have Python 3.10 installed (or newest) -Must have Python in System Environment -To check, open cmd and run 'py --version' -If it doesn't work, hit the windows key -Type 'system environment' -Click on 'Edit...' -Click on 'Environmental Variables' -Under System Variables, click on 'Path' and hit 'Edit' -Hit 'new' and paste Python version >= Python 3.10 Path -Hit 'OK' or 'Apply" on all Windows -You may need to install simpleobsws -Type 'py -m ensurepip --upgrade' into command line or powershell -Then type 'py -m pip install simpleobsws' (restart the command line or powershell you were using beforehand) HOW TO USE: -The files can be placed anywhere that is readable by your computer / OBS - just make sure they are all together at all times -Import SourceTransitionTimer.py into OBS -This will set and save transitions for sources into a text file to be used by the timer, run later -Set transitions using the interface created in OBS Scripts -Open TransitionTimerWithWebsockets.py in any text editor -Edit password and port at the top of the file, should have documentation to make it easy to find -After timers are created and settings are saved, run the StartTimers.bat file to launch TransitionTimerWithWebsocket.py for you -That's all!
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