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 **1.** Open Streamlabs OBS and Deepbot. **1.** Open Streamlabs OBS and Deepbot.
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 **2.** In Streamlabs OBS, click on the gear/cog icon in the bottom left corner. This will open the settings window up. **2.** In Streamlabs OBS, click on the gear/cog icon in the bottom left corner. This will open the settings window up.
     * **A.** On the settings window click "​Remote Control"​     * **A.** On the settings window click "​Remote Control"​
     * **B.** Click "Click to Show". This should bring up a windows firewall prompt. Make sure to accept this.     * **B.** Click "Click to Show". This should bring up a windows firewall prompt. Make sure to accept this.
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 **3.** In your web browser of choice, go to the following webpage: [[http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html|http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html]] **3.** In your web browser of choice, go to the following webpage: [[http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html|http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html]]
 **4.** Click connect if they are not already showing green. **4.** Click connect if they are not already showing green.
  
-You should technically be good to go from this point forward. You can start creating commands within Deepbot and these will start affecting StreamLabs OBS. In Deepbot the following screenshot shows where to change ​these settings+You should technically be good to go from this point forward. You can start creating commands within Deepbot and these will start affecting StreamLabs OBS. Just remember that you will need to keep the webpage open for this interaction to work. 
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 +In Deepbot the following screenshot shows where to change ​the settings ​within your custom commands so that it affects Streamlabs OBS. 
  
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 **Note:** The names that you provide are **Case Sensitive** so make sure that the names you provide match. ​ **Note:** The names that you provide are **Case Sensitive** so make sure that the names you provide match. ​
  
-If you still cannot connect after this point you may need to get the  ​+----
  
-**2.** In Streamlabs, ​click the gear icon in the bottom left corner ​to access the programs settings+If you still cannot connect after this point you may need to get double check to make sure that remote access has been enabledThe best way to do this would be from the advanced options within ​Streamlabs ​OBS. There are a few stepshowever, that need to be done before these options can be accessed. Open Deepbot then follow these steps.
  
-**3.** In the settings window, click on "​Remote Control" ​ 
 **1.** Create a shortcut on your desktop for StreamLabs OBS **1.** Create a shortcut on your desktop for StreamLabs OBS
     * If you don't know how to create a shortcut please click the following link [[https://​etc.usf.edu/​techease/​win/​files-sharing/​what-is-a-shortcut-and-how-do-i-create-one/​|Creating Shortcuts]]     * If you don't know how to create a shortcut please click the following link [[https://​etc.usf.edu/​techease/​win/​files-sharing/​what-is-a-shortcut-and-how-do-i-create-one/​|Creating Shortcuts]]
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-**3.** At the end of the target, add +**3.** At the end of the target, add --adv-settings 
 +    * The target should then look similar to <​code>"​C:​\Program Files\Streamlabs OBS\Streamlabs OBS.exe"​ --adv-settings</​code>​
  
-{{:​wiki:​obsstudioremote1.png|}}+**4.** Open streamlabs OBS from your newly created shortcut then click on the gear/cog icon in the bottom left corner.
  
-----+**5.** In the settings window that opens up, click "​Developer"​
  
-**2.** Check the box labeled ​"Enable authentication" +**6.** On the developer settings tick "Enabled" ​and "Allow Remote Connections" ​under the Websockets heading
-  * **A.** For Password, enter whatever password you want. You just need to remember this for later. For this Example, we will be using "password".+
  
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 +**7.** In your web browser of choice, go to the following webpage: [[http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html|http://​deepbot.tv/​integrations/​slobs/​index.html]]
  
----- +**8.** Click connect ​if they are not already showing green.
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-**3.** Go to Deepbot. +
-  * **A.** Go to Config Tab +
-  * **B.** Go to Master Settings +
-  * **C.** Scroll about half way down to OBS Remote IP Section. +
-  * **D.** For IP if you stream and host Deepbot from the same PC, put 127.0.0.1. If you have Deepbot on one PC and Stream/Game from another PC, you will put the Local IPv4 of the computer with OBS Studio on it in there. +
-  * **E.** For Password, put the password we set in OBS Studio. In this example, I put "​password"​. +
-  * **F.** Check the box labeled "OBS Studio?"​ +
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-**4.** Congrats ​you have now setup OBS Remote with Studio. +After all this, you should ​now be good to goEnjoy your new functionalityStreamlab ​OBS users :)
-  * **A.** To test itmake a command and use the OBS Remote Part of the Command editor to Enable/​Disable Sources or Change Scenes. NoteScene/​Sources name must match exactly as they are in Studio and are Case Sensitive.+
streamlabs_obs_remote.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/29 21:08 by dante557