1- Version: 6.4.8
2- System: Windows
3- Account: Premium
4- Screenshot if possible
5- Describe the bug:
I was setting up some Twitch Command Points and initially I was able to access a filter for one of my webcams to accomplish a pixelization effect.
It worked once and then it would display the options correctly in the drop down list.
It said no option available.
I shutdown OBS and Lumia Stream to reset everything and same result.
The other weird thing is the scene name changes to the source name which selecting a source.
With the next version we will change the fields a bit to avoid misunderstandings.
Ignore the scene field. Type your nested Scene name (from your explanation I guess it’s a nested scene) into the source field. Case-sensitive. Then your filter option will appear.
You have to enter the full name, there will be no dropdown.
Background: Since OBS 28 scenes and sources are handled the same “under the hood” of WebSockets.
It’s not a nested scene, it’s just a normal scene. I can type in the source name, ie: Camera 1
But it’s not showing the available filter options.
Even if I save and then try to edit the entry, same deal. When I first tried to set it up initially it did display the filter and I could test it.
Right after that it broke.
NOTE: To add more info, it’s not showing filter options for anything.
Can you show me your OBS sources windows with that source, please?
Yes I can, one moment.
By the way I ported all of my channel points over to Lumia Stream. Much better
Here is what I’m trying to control.
All I want to do is turn the ShadeFilter on/off.
Okay… but can you also screenshot the sources please
Just to make sure…
You have chosen the source Camera 1 in Lumia through the dropdown? Not the scene and not typed in?
Choosing it through the drop down didn’t make any difference. Same behaviour.
Anything I can do to work around this?
I am at the moment clueless what the problem could be.
Is this OBS27 or 28? Websocket 4 or 5?
Everything else works as intended?
I’m running OBS 28 and Websocket 5
Everything else is working perfectly. It’s just the filter visibility option having an issue.
Oh…I think what it is. A bug we already fixed for the next version which is quite strange.
Put your type → select the source → scene should also change to the same name → and filter does show “no option” → now only click into the scene field → click in filter → filter should show
I knew it had to be a bug!
But your suggestion did work. Thanks
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