Animated Overwatch Overlay – Twitch, YouTube Gaming and Streaming Overlay
Download the overlay files …..► http://goo.gl/OIsA8h
Giveaway (ReTweet) …..► https://goo.gl/6UV1nt
Free Version …..► http://goo.gl/IvxN3M
Big Noodle Tilting Font …..► http://goo.gl/ronlz0
Sourcesin OBS Studio …..► https://goo.gl/zzZgqE
Filters in OBS Studio …..► https://goo.gl/epxFCi
Setting Up Alerts …..► https://goo.gl/wTgkUM
Ending Track: https://goo.gl/UKpjkB
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Hey everyone, our animated Overwatch Overlay is finally available in the Nerd or Die store. Let me show you how you can set it up in a couple of minutes, and even customize it a bit to your liking.
Let’s get right into it.
Before we get started, if you’d like a completely free version of this design, you can check out the non-animated version – which is available as a pay what you want item. I’ll also be doing a giveaway for 5 download for this product, details on how to enter will be at the end of the video. Let’s talk about how to set up everything inside of OBS Studio. This process will be very similar in XSplit as well.
First, after you checkout of the store, you’ll be presented with multiple download links on the webpage, as well as the Email address that you entered. You can use the product preview images on the website, or open up the preview image that comes with the download, to know what each file will looks like. Now, just download any of the files that you’d like to use, or you can of course download all of them.
Once your downloads are finished, open up OBS Studio and add in a media source. Once I click browse, I’ll find the file I’d like to add in – to start, I’ll add the cam-twitter-twitch-animated.mov file. Now, let’s make sure it’s set to loop, and hit okay. Once added in, you can resize and reposition this source as needed.