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How To Use Image Masks To Create Animated OBS Overlays & Crop Video Sources

Want an easy way to create animated overlays in OBS with just a few clicks? Want to learn how to show Logic Pro, Ableton, Fruity Loops, or your DAW of choice for a Production Livestream? You're going to want to watch this!

In this tutorial I show you How To Use Image Mask / Blend Filters in OBS. You'll learn how to combine them to create all sort of overlays, and how to crop and frame your camera with a couple clicks. You can really start to develop some unique layouts for your stream, reinforce your branding, and give your viewers more eye candy with less work on your part!

Using these techniques you'll be able to create unique overlays using any video source, create interesting shapes and layouts for your livestream, and how to display your DAW of choice for a production livestream!

These techniques work with any source, but if you want the graphics used in this video, or other drag&drop, BPM-synched, genre specific, motion loops for DJs, Producers, VJs and Content Creators, head over to and check out all our Stream Packs & Stinger Transitions!

Think of them like sample packs and presets for your livestream. Arrange, combine, crop, and remix the components to compose your own unique DJ live streaming experience, create original VJ compositions, or use in music video content.


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