An option for streamers to create/upload their own custom visual alerts (Gif's) for when a Sound Alert is being played.
It would be wonderful if we could upload a custom image to the sound alerts.
It would be awesome to be able to customize the alerts to be more on brand with our streams. The ability to customize the layout and graphics for the alerts would be awesome.
I'd like to create my own images/ popups to use for alerts. Maybe even a setting to have one that plays for all sounds, or have the option to set individual icons for each alert. E.g. a gravestone when a RIP alert is played and say a laughing emoji when someone plays a laughing sound alert or something.
With having default, bits, text, and no visual alert. I would think it would be a fun idea of having your own custom sound alert. Instead of using the regular themes you give us.
Been trying to backdoor a way to get this done for so long. This would make the app perfect imo.
I suspect there are ways to do this kind of thing, but I really like how clean the UI is for the Sound Alerts site. Having it integrated where you can select a sound in your library or profile and upload an image/gif alongside its settings for volume and cost would be quite a gift!
As much as I LOVE uploading my own sounds, it would be hella cool if we could also attach our own gifs/jpgs to them as well.
In effect, being able to change the appearance of the "pop up" to a gif or picture from the streamers pc
Would be nice to have a similar customization to follow/sub/donation/etc alerts. The ability to upload a custom .webm, for example. I'd like the ability to keep the visual language of my stream consistent.
Pretty sure you can do that though. That would go through your streaming platform, I use streamelements and I have and do use that.
For example, two of my alerts.
If this isn't what you mean, then, I'm afraid I don't know what you mean. :D
I'm not sure I understand.
Are you saying the sound alerts triggers an alert in streamelements? I don't see that as an option.
Oh, I guess I misunderstood dude, I thought you meant alerts in general. I just realised you said "to have a similar customisation to" I'm going to blame tiredness for not reading correctly :D