The Scene Editor enables more ways to elevate your livestream: It allows you to add useful widgets with various functionalities to your livestream—completely available within your Sound Alerts setup.

Below you will learn everything you need to know to get the most out of the editor:

1. Widgets

These are the widgets currently available within the Sound Alerts Scene Editor:

  • Goal widgets for followers and subscribers
  • Live widgets such as an activity feed or leaderboards for the Twitch Extension or Sound Alerts with Channel Points, a chatbox, the emote wall, and our alert box
  • Label widgets to display dynamic showcases of recent subs, raids, cheers, or followers and showcase top viewers in various categories per streaming session (as requested by our community)
  • Text widgets to display individual messages in your livestream

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1.1 Labels

Labels work like newsticker displays from classic TV. For example, you place your follower label in the desired position, and the username of the person who last followed you will be seen. The display can be configured in various ways. Color, movement direction, and running speed intensity are just examples.

There are currently eight different labels to choose from. You can see them in the picture below:

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2. Scene Editor Setup

Before you set everything up, make sure you have added Alert Animations.
You can use our free animations in our Store and create your own. Here, you can find everything else: Alert Animation Editor.

  • To set up your first scene, navigate to Overlays in the Sound Alerts Dashboard and click on Scenes
  • Hit Create your first Scene or Add new Scene
  • Click on Add new Widget + on the top-left side of your screen
  • You can see and add all of the available widgets now

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Each feature has its interface, which displays various settings:

  • Adapt the position of widgets via drag and drop
  • Change the font/text size, type, color, alignment, and style
  • Adjust the opacity of widgets
  • Select custom goal values with adaptable visuals and text elements for followers and subs
  • Include an activity feed that only shows the events you prefer

The interface of our Scene editor enables you to individualize and structure your scene efficiently: Add new widgets with a few clicks and customize them to your liking—the following GIF shows you a setup example:

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After you have designed your scene to your liking, save it with the button on the top right.
Then copy the browser source you created and paste it into your OBS.

To do this, create a new Browser in your desired scene and paste the browser source URL into URL.
IMPORTANT: Set the resolution to 1920x1080 to fit your screen.

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After successfully creating and implementing your first scene, you can create multiple scenes for any purpose.

If you still face problems after this guide, do not worry: You can join our Discord server to talk to our team of Sound Alerts experts.

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