Gameshow 2.6 - Playlisting is here!
Gameshow 2.6 is live! The big highlight here is Shot / Scene Playlisting!
In OBS and Xsplit, you can playlist videos or images, but what if you want to playlist entire Shots / Scenes? Think of the possibilities there! My favorite use case for this is setting up multiple shots / scenes with the camera in different locations and different overlays. You can set the duration of each shot independently and have it rotate between them like you have your own switching crew backing you! You can also have as many playlists as you want!
Another use is intro videos, you can set it to play your intro video and auto switch to your preferred live scene and hold there! Lots of possibilities here.
Pretty cool eh? (Hint: You can also pop the playlist out to a separate window by right clicking the playlist tab and selecting the appropriate context menu item.)
Aside from that, we have a number of bug fixes, and a whole lot of under-the-hood changes for things to come in the next few versions.
Let us know your thoughts on this!
- New! Added Playlist Shots to Gameshow 2.6!
- Fixed a crash that could occur when opening the preferences.
- Fixed an issue where preview and live windows would sometimes flicker on AMD GPUs.
- Fixed an issue where the Replay Mark-In button was not functioning properly.
- Fixed an issue where the Audio Interface selection was not being saved properly.
- Fixed an issue which caused the audio monitor toggle to change state improperly when Feedback Detection was triggered.
- Auto-Live now disabled by default due to customer feedback.
- Fixed an issue where Gameshow licensing could get in a bad state preventing the application from being able to launch.
- Fixed an issue where CPU statistics were sometimes displaying erroneously low values.