2 stable releases
|1.0.1||Jan 6, 2023|
#585 in Command line utilities
This tool allows you to integrate your OBS setup into a bigger architecture via CLI commands
You have to install a Rust toolchain (with rustup for example) and use cargo to build the tool:
git clone https://github.com/nab-os/obs_hotkeys cd obs_hotkeys cargo build cargo install --path .
To display the full usage:
To connect to the OBS instance you need to setup the address, the port and the websocket password.
You can do this with a config file or with command parameters.
The default config file is looked at
~/.config/obs_hotkeys/config.yaml but you can specify a path with the
--config-file <path> parameter.
Here is an example config file:
address: "localhost" port: 4455 password: "password"
Or you can use the
--port <port> and
--password <password> parameters.
To list hotkeys available in your OBS Instance:
To trigger a hotkey:
obs_hotkeys trigger <hotkey name>
To trigger a key sequence:
obs_hotkeys sequence <key_id> [--shift] [--control] [--alt] [--command]
key_id is in the form OBS_KEY_, ex: OBS_KEY_A for 'a'
You can see the Wiki for some examples