Enterprise is a different type of stream package, with no widgets, no alerts. Just simple scenes that you can combine together for presentations etc.

Table of Contents:

Using a .overlay within Streamlabs Desktop:

1. Firstly let's start by finding our .overlay file in the path "Free Animated Stream Package" download from our store

2. Head into SLOBS and navigate to your settings > Scene collections > import.

3. Find where you placed your package files and select the .overlay. SLOBS then starts to import the overlay file. (Please note that it can take up to minutes for the .overly to fully import)

4. Final callout is to ensure your package settings are as optimized as they can be for you and your stream > Right-click a source > Head to Properties and select "Close file when inactive"

(Unfortunately, when importing the .overlay files some settings don't save fully. So you'll want to go over each animated source and repeat Step 4.)

Install and Import OBS Scene Collections:

(Some of the screenshots below are from our Prismatic Stream Package)

1. Start by finding our .zip installer in the path > One-Click Setup > OBS: Drag Visuals_by_Impulse folder to C Drive.zip

2. Be sure to Extract all to the C:\ on your hard drive.

3. Launch OBS and navigate to the Scene Collection tab and select Import

4. Within the Scene Collection Importer, select the Add button

5. Navigate to the Prismatic_Animated.json from within the newly extracted Visuals_by_Impulse directory under Stream Packages>Free Animated Stream Package

6. Now that you have successfully imported your Scene Collection, make sure you switch to your new Free Animated Stream Package Scene Collection within the menu

7. In order to change the title text you will need to locate the Text layer within a scene and right-click to select Properties.

8. Now your newly customized text is visible

9. In order to add your camera source navigate to the Camera Scene and set the properties for your camera input within the Camera source

10. In order to add your gameplay source navigate to the Display Capture / Game Capture Scene and set the properties within the Display Source

11. In order to customize your socials, navigate to the Edit Social Media Here Scene and change the text for these layers in the properties.

12. Within the Icons folders in this scene you can select and deselect the icons you want to represent your socials by toggling on/off the eyeball icon for visibility

13. Within the Edit Stream Labels Here Scene you will have access to setting up your stream labels for your stream.

14. If you'd like to swap transitions, in the Scene Transitions menu, toggle down to select one of the transitions. Otherwise, see our blog on setting up the Transition Matrix in order to include a unique transition that is scene-dependent.

How to use a Google Doc with Enterprise:

1. First off, you'll want to start with a blank google doc just like this.

2. Next we're going to make a share link permissions don't particularly matter just make sure that with the link you can "view" the page.

3. Head over to either Streamlabs Desktop or OBS Studio and add in a browser source. I'll be showing off Streamlabs Desktop here but the process should remain the exact same with a different-looking UI.

4. Once the source is added in you'll want to "Right Click" it and go to properties then add a filter. We're going to start with a color correction filter, feel free to tinker with the settings but here's what we've used.

5. Next you're going to want to adjust the "Contrast" this allows the text to be more visible/readable on the screen.

6. As soon as you've added in the color key you'll notice you can no longer see the background from the google doc and if you start typing in there it should only appear text. You can crop the source by holding "Alt" and dragging in the sides.

7. If you start typing in your google doc you'll be able to see it live update inside of your Streaming Software. You can then make a decision from here on if the contrast is too high.

8. Continuing in the filters menu, you'll want to add a color correction filter. From here make the brightness max and make the color as shown in the screenshot below.

That's it! You're all set up to use a google doc within our Enterprise Stream package and get presenting.

How to use an OBS Source as a Virtual Camera:

Google Meet/Microsoft Teams & Zoom:

1. You'll start by opening up OBS Studio, nothing manually needs to be installed since OBS has made this a default plugin within their software now. On the right side of the software, there is a button labeled "Start Virtual Camera" Click this.

(Note it's easier if you do this in its own scene)

2. After you've started the Virtual Cam, you'll want to head to your sources and add a "Video Capture Device"

3. Your webcam settings may vary based on what cam you're using, but make sure the video capture device is set up as your active webcam.

4. From here you'll want to right click your webcam source and select "Filters"

5. Click the "+" and add a "Chroma Key"

The default settings should work well, but you may need to edit some of the settings for it to look how you want it to.

6. Now that we've got our greenscreen setup, we're going to want to set up your scene how you want it to be. With either your google doc or background of choice.

7. Ensure that it is placed under your Video Capture Device source in OBS

8. Next right-click the source > Go to "Transform" and select "Fit to screen" if you're not streaming in 1920x1080 you'll need to do this.

9. The final step within OBS is you'll want to ensure if you're using an animated background you need to select the source to "loop" simply double click the source or right-click and go to "Properties" and select "Loop"

10. If you're looking to use this in software such as Google Meet, you'll need to ensure that your camera output is correct. Simply head to the bottom right while in a call and go to "settings"

11. Head to "Video" and ensure it is selected to "OBS Virtual Camera"

If you want to use this on Zoom, they already have native support for Virtual Cameras, however software such as

  • Meet

  • Streamyard

Do not have native support and will require you to use this Virtual Camera or some similar software that has the same support.

We also made a video over on Loom that shows you how to do all of this. Check it out.

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