Twitch Tools

Fun tools for use on Twitch.TV!
🌐 Emote Wall v0.7.2 (January 26, 2023) Entertainment Tool 890 Downloads, ★★★★★
Advanced animated emote wall for Twitch streams, supporting animated GIFs, BTTV, FFZ, 7TV, and emojis.
Supports OBS and Twitch.

🌐 RaidRedirect
7 channels
Redirect Raids when you're offline.
Supports Twitch.

🌐 Robot Mailman
26 channels
Public mail system for Twitch Chat, supporting message transfer between channels.
Supports Twitch.

🌐 ShouterOuter v1.0 (January 24, 2023) Entertainment Tool ✯✯✯✯✯
Twitch.TV Shout-Out by bot command patch.
Supports OBS and Twitch.

🌐 Songlist v1.2 (September 13, 2022) Entertainment Tool 18 Downloads, ★★★★★
Display the current queue of songs on command.
Supports OBS and StreamerSongList.

🌐 thisStream v0.1 (December 15, 2022) Entertainment Tool ✯✯✯✯✯
A utility to display stream activity.
Supports OBS and Twitch.TV.

🌐 Titlebot v1.0 (September 1, 2022) Entertainment Tool ★★★★★
Twitch.TV Stream Title Changer using StreamerSongList to show the currently playing song.
Supports OBS, StreamerSongList, and StreamElements.

🌐 Track Display v0.9.1 (May 2, 2022) Entertainment Tool ✯✯✯✯✯
Show the currently playing track using advanced CSS animation.
Supports OBS, StreamerSongList, and StreamElements.

🌐 VidYuh v1.5 (September 14, 2022) Entertainment Tool 39 Downloads, ★★★★★
User-controlled video player for Twitch.TV using chat commands, message contents, cheers, or channel point redeems, supporting HTML5-compatible videos.
Supports OBS and Twitch.

Instructions for adding local HTML files to OBS:
Many of the projects in this section use local HTML files instead of being hosted on my server. This prevents any possible downtime or problems if my website goes down, increases privacy, and speeds up response time. Adding these sources is a simple process:
  1. Download the relevant HTML file and move it to a permanent folder where you won't accidentally delete it. I suggest a "Twitch" subfolder in your Documents folder, for example.
  2. Open OBS, go to the scene you wish to add the tool to, and click the Plus Sign (+) in the Sources list.
  3. Choose the Browser item from the menu and name the layer appropriately.
  4. In the Properies, click the "Local file" checkbox and then click the "Browse" button that appears.
  5. Navigate to and select the HTML file you just saved, then click Open.
  6. Set the Width and Height as appropriate
  7. Set the "Page permissions" to "No access to OBS" - none of these tools require direct OBS access.
  8. Optional:
  9. Click OK and adjust the location and size of the tool on screen as appropriate.

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