What Is It?
Streamlabels is the Streamlabs desktop application that writes all connected channel activity to a series of text files inside a local directory.
Using Streamlabels unlocks a ton of information that can be turned into OvrStream graphics.
How Does it Work?
Streamlabels desktop application connects to the Streamlabs website and any associated accounts under that login, the desktop application will then take any information the website gets about your channel(s) activity and write the information to a text file. Ovrstream uses these text files to rapidly push alert information out to the users stream.
When To Use It?
StreamLabels are the quickest and most powerful way to drive data into OvrStream. You can drive Follower, Subscriber, tip and any other type of data driven by Streamlabels.
Streamlabels has the ability to drive over 100 pieces of data that can be turned into graphics by OvrStream.
How To Use It?
To enable the Streamlabels Input, assign a Streamlabels input to a title in the playlist.
The Streamlabels file browser should appear and allow you to link your Streamlabels folder, from where OvrStream can read incoming data and updates.
Incoming data should now drive your graphics whenever your Streamlabels files are updated.
You can assign what information is displayed in your design using the Edit/Preview Window.
Click the Show Inputs button in the Edit/Preview window to see what Input data is currently being used.
Here, you should see the connected inputs that can trigger your title. Click and drag data fields into your title to assign inputs. Connected data fields will be highlighted in bold.
You can assign more than one input to a title and mix and match data fields.
You can also unlink data by right-clicking on a connected input and selecting "Disconnect Variable" to disconnect that particular data input.
Video: How to use Streamlabels in OvrStream