VIP Streams represent streamers that have subscribed for $5 or more to the DeepBot project during the last 30 days. To recognize the continued support from these streams, certain DeepBot features are exclusively available only to VIP streams. If you wish to become a VIP stream you can click the following link to subscribe: http://deepbot.tv/services.
Note: When you purchase the beta licence for the first time you are given 1 month of these VIP features.
VIP Streams can be identified by a gold, silver, or bronze star on top of the DeepBot program window. Hovering over the star will display the date your VIP subscription expires. Any payment made in excess of $5 would extend that expiry date by another month.
These features include the following:
Below is the list of VIP command variables that you can use to customize your stream even further!
|@calc@[op|num1|num2]|| Use operators to calculate mathematical equations. Available operations (+,-,*,/). E.g.
|@ctrt@[TweetID]|| Click to Retweet. E.g.
Support the stream by retweeting! @ctrt@
|@ctt@[Message]|| Click to Tweet. E.g.
Support the stream by tweeting! @ctt@[Check out expertsonline @ http://twitch.tv/expertsonline playing @game@]
|@customjsonapi@[url,field]|| Custom API support to get parts of a JSON object. E.g.
Title for @target@ is @customjsonapi@[https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/@target@,status]
|@datetime@[format]||Formatted date/time output. What can be used as the format can be found on https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8kb3ddd4(v=vs.110).aspx|
|@editpoints@[username|points]|| Silently edits users' points in chat. Only runs with User (Elevated Access) selected on the custom command editor screen. E.g.
|@exec@[Seconds,Command]|| Chain one or more commands from a single command. E.g.
|@followdate@||Displays the date the user followed the channel.|
| @if@[data||matchWith||matchedResult] |
| Allows you to run an if statement in your command. Supported operators: >, >=, <, ⇐ E.g.
@if@[>||1||2||1 is greater than 2||2 is greater than 1] will output “2 is greater than 1”.
|@isonline@[user]||For checking if the user is currently in chat. Recommend use of this variable is @isonline@[@target@]|
|@last5follows@||Displays the last 5 users who followed the stream. (Also works for timed messages)|
|@last10follows@||Displays the last 10 users who followed the stream. (Also works for timed messages)|
|@lookupinfo@[var,user]|| Displays info of a user. (Requires variable names to start with l_). Variables that can be used are
@l_btag@ = Show the battle tag for the user (if set).
@l_followdate@ = Displays the date the user followed the channel.
@l_hours@ = Total number of hours the user has been watching the stream.
@l_lastseen@ = Shows when the user was last seen talking in the channel. @lookupinfo@[@l_lastseen@,expertsonline]
@l_points@ = Displays the user's points.
| @rand@[min|max] |
| Generates a random number between the minimum and maximum numbers specified. This will always be the same number unless you use the unique variant of this. E.g.
@rand@[1|10] @rand@[1|10] will produce the same number both times while @rand@[1|10|unique] @rand@[1|10|unique] will very rarely give you the same number both times, range depending
| @readfile@[Path to text file] |
@readfile@[lineNumber,Path to text file]
| Reads a line from an existing file. Alternatively, specifies a line to read from an existing file. “l” can be used to read whatever the last line is. E.g.
@readfile@[l,captainslog.txt] will read the last line in the text file.
|@replace@[String/Variable|To Replace|To Replace With]|| Searches a string or variable and performs a find/replace operation on it. e.g.
@replace@[@target@|@|] will search the @target@ variable for any @ symbols. If it finds any it will remove them from the text and replace them with nothing (blank). Good example of making use of @replace@ would be to prepare a string for a URL or replacing a shorthand notation with the full version of it (@replace@[@target@|it's|it is] for example)
|@savefile@[Path to text file,Line of Text to Add]|| Overwrites existing file with new data. By default if you only give a name of a text file “deathcounter.txt” for example, this will save to the “Custom Logs” folder where Deepbot is installed E.g.
@savefile@[deathcounter.txt,The death counter is now at @counter@]
|@savelog@[Path to text file, Line of Text to Add]|| Adds new line to existing file. If the file doesn't already exist it will create it instead. E.g.
@savelog@[followers.txt,@target@ has followed the channel!]
|@sendstreamermsg@[Message]||Allows the bot to send messages on behalf of the streamer.|
|@sound@[delay in seconds,Path to wav/mp3 file]||Play a specified wav/mp3 file after a specified delay.|
|@tts@[Message]|| Uses the TTS voice set in Master Settings to read out a message. E.g.
@tts@[Hello, from expertsonline]
|@unixtime@||Numeric time for use in @if@ statements. This is the number of seconds that have passed since January 1 1970|
| @userinfo1@[username] |
| Display info that has been set for the user in the user database E.g.
|@weather@[city, country code]|| Checks the weather in any part of the world. Country codes can be found at http://bulk.openweathermap.org/sample/ E.g.
@weather@[Rome, 00197] or @weather@[@target@, @target@]