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Looking for a way to change the colors of the overlays you use in OBS?
In this quick tutorial I’ll show you how!
Are you trying to use an alert in Streamlabs but the text isn’t lined up correctly?
In this quick tutorial I’ll show you how you can move your alert text up, down, left, right, or even rotate the text on an angle.
Keep reading below to find out how to properly reposition your alert text!
If you’ve ever wondered how streamers get those fancy Twitch alerts to pop up whenever one of their viewers, donates, follows, or subscribes, then wonder no more!
In this easy-as-pie tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to get those same alerts showing up on your stream using TwitchAlerts, and OBS.
TwitchAlerts isn’t the only way to get your new follower, donator, or subscriber notifications to show up during your stream, but it’s one of the easiest, and most popular methods. But if for whatever reason you don’t want to or can’t use TwitchAlerts I’ll be creating tutorials on how to accomplish the same effect using the other apps like TeeBoard, TNotifier and more.
So stay tuned for those (or just contact me directly and I’ll help you out)
Anyways, let’s begin this guide on how to set up TwitchAlerts with OBS.
Hey, you over there… are you looking for the best guide on how to add an overlay to OBS?
Of course you are. Read on and let’s get that cool lookin’ stream overlay showing up on your channel for all your viewers to see.
My goal is to make this as simple as possible for you to understand, so you don’t have to waste hours trying to figure out how to overlay-ify your Twitch stream – or maybe you’re using hitbox or YouTube.
Either way, enough chit-chat, here’s how to add your overlay image to your stream using OBS in 3 simple steps.
Alright if you’re one of the streamers that uses XSplit instead of the ever popular OBS, then this guide on how to add an overlay is just for you.
We’ll make this nice and quick – because, well… it’s really easy!
There are two ways you can add your overlay to XSplit.
Let’s start with the method that literally takes 3 seconds: