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Power at your fingertips! Learn how to edit your Scenes for best results.
Using GIFs and Videos with Alerts
You've seen them on all your favorite streamers: custom animations and video on notifications add a unique flair to any stream, especially when you're using one of our special animated ones from The Vault, or even customizing them with your own personal logos and characters. But how exactly do you use them? To get started, have your image or video ready in a folder (we mainly support JPG, PNG, GIF, WEBM, and MP4). If you're using one of The Vault Alerts you purchased, unzip
How can I use Sound Alerts with Gamecaster?
Sound Alerts is a fun and interactive Twitch extension that allows your audience to interact with your stream by purchasing sound effects that they can purchase with Twitch channel points or Bits. To get started, you can check out the configuration guide at https://soundalerts.com/help or by watching this video below: Once you've set up your Sound Alerts panel and have your browser source URL,
How to add Overlays from The Vault
So you have a small pile of Gamecaster Gold and want to buy an awesome theme for streaming. It's just a few simple clicks to pick one out from The Vault and add it to your streaming sets. First, head over to The Vault and find the theme you'd like to purchase. You can also see here which ones are free for you to use, and overlays you've bought before, and ones available to buy using Gold. Cli
How to add Alerts from The Vault
So you have a small pile of Gamecaster Gold and want to add a bit of flair to your stream with some custom alerts. It's just a few simple clicks to pick one out from The Vault and add it to your scenes. First, head over to The Vault and the Alerts category on the left and which Alert(s) you'd like to purchase. You can also see here which Alerts you've bought before. Click on the
Does Gamecaster support Stream Avatars?
At the moment Gamecaster does not support custom chroma keyed images or applications like Stream Avatars. You will need to either use transparent images or edit out the chroma sections of your video to make them transparent so you can use them in your scenes. Gamecaster, however, supports chroma keys for your webcam, or supported webcam applications like XSplit VCam.
Why isn't the Gamecaster logo showing up in my scene?
If you enabled the Gamecaster logo in Scene Editor, you may find that it's still not showing up in your streams or recordings. There's one last step you need to do: Go to Rewards at the top of the Gamecaster interface, click on the See Quests button and Enable the logo in the first quest. And that's it! The Gamecaster logo should now show up on your next stream or recording.
Add scrolling text to your scene
There are plenty of ways where a long string of text can come in handy. Someone donating a particularly long and meaningful message, a list that acknowledges your loyal supporters, social media information—the sky is the limit. But having all that onscreen during a stream can clutter up your scene. This is where scrolling text can come in handy, so your text can have one long horizontal place in your scene, and the text can be as long as you need it to be. To start, go into Scene Editor, then