Downloading and unpacking your stream overlay package
If this is your first time downloading and unpacking your complete OWN3D.tv package, this chapter is for you. If you have already done this, feel free to skip to the next one!
First, you have to download your OWN3D.tv package. Move your mouse over your profile icon next to the shopping cart on the OWN3D.tv website, and a menu will open. Click on the "My downloads" button. There you will find your purchased package. You can select the language of your choice by clicking on the flag symbol before downloading it. Be sure to remember where you save it on your PC, as you will need it right away!
Now you have to unpack your complete OWN3D.tv package. There are several free software that you can download online. We recommend 7-Zip or WinRAR. Install one of this software so that you can extract the contents of the package.
Right-click on your downloaded file to open the Windows menu. Click on "Extract All...". - a window opens where you can select a destination folder for the extracted ZIP folder. If you leave the default selection, the program will save the extracted files directly into the same folder where your ZIP file is located. If you want to select a new folder, click on "Browse" and choose your desired destination path.
Once you have defined a destination folder, click on Extract. It should be done in just a moment.
Adding the transition to OBS Studio
This chapter will teach you how to add an animated transition between your scenes to OBS. If you have not yet created a scene collection or scenes, you will find instructions on how to do so in this chapter.
Your OWN3D.tv stream overlay package contains a folder called “Animated-Transition.” This is where you will find the video files you need for an animated transition between your scenes. They are also known as WEBM files. Depending on the package you've purchased, they may or may not include sound effects. You can add these transitions directly to OBS Studio.
Look for the "Scene Transitions" dock. The “Transition” list will offer a selection of different transitions. There are multiple options available here, but the animated transitions in your complete OWN3D.tv package were built around a specific one, so that is the one you should select. Since the transition is a "Stinger," select "Add: Stinger."
Now you need to name your transition. In this case, we will name the transition "Rodan Transition" and click "OK."
This will take you to the properties window of your new transition. This is where you will add the WEBM file. Click on the "Browse" button on the right side of "Video File." A Windows Explorer window will pop up. Navigate to the unzipped folder of your complete package and select the desired .webm file from the "Animated-Transition" folder. Since we’re currently setting up a start scene, we choose "rodan-transition."
Set the “Transition Point” to the desired time in milliseconds. This may differ depending on the package you’ve purchased.
Make sure to play around with it and test the transition between the two scenes! Set the time and press "Preview Transition". You will see how your scene transition will affect the scenes. In this example, we will set it to "1000" milliseconds, as this gives us the perfect transition effect.
You can leave the rest of the settings as they are: click "OK," and you’re all set!. If you now switch back and forth between the scenes in OBS, you should immediately see your new transition.
If you want to adjust or change your stinger again, click on the gear wheel in the "Scene Transitions" dock and click on "Properties." This will take you back to the properties window, where you can make any adjustments needed.