Extensions add new features to XSplit Broadcaster, such as the ability to manage audio settings per scene, package presentations into one self-contained file, and many more:
Note: If you are technically savvy, you can try creating an extension using the XSplit JS Framework.
Per Scene Audio
Per Scene Audio lets you manage audio settings for each of your scenes.
To start using it, click on Extensions then click on Per Scene Audio:
Then, choose the scene you want to control the audio settings of and click Add:
Once you are finished adding the scenes, adjust their volumes to your desired levels:
Then click Start Script for it to take effect:
Note: You need to keep the Per Scene Audio window open for the script to remain active. Closing it will stop the script.
You can check the box of “Sync volume adjustment across scenes,” if you want the volume sliders of all the scenes to be on the same level when you try to adjust them:
And you can also check “Enable scene crossfade,” if you want to try out the fade out / fade in effect for your audio when you switch between scenes. This should help give you a smoother transition between the audio of the previous scene and the current scene:
Presentation Packager allows you to put your presentation and all its linked media files into one folder (or ZIP file). This makes it easy for you to copy your presentations because everything is placed either in one folder or one zip file.
To place your presentation and its media files in one folder, click on Extensions then click on Presentation Packager:
Click Save as…:
Type in the name of your presentation and click Save:
Wait for it to finish exporting and, once it’s done, click Close:
Your presentation will be saved and its media files will be in one folder, which has the same name as your presentation:
To place your presentation and its media files in one zip file, click on Extensions then click on Presentation Packager and then check the box named “Export as ZIP presentation” and click Save As...:
Then type in a name for your ZIP presentation and click Save:
then click Export:
Wait for it to finish exporting then click Close:
Your presentation and its media files will be saved into one zip file:
When you have Scene Switcher started and you focus on an application that is in one of your scenes, it will make XSplit automatically switch to that scene. For example, if you are currently in Scene 1 in XSplit and you have have Scene Switcher turned on and you decide switch to your game, which is a source in Scene 2, what will happen is that XSplit will automatically switch to Scene 2. This relieves you of the task of manually changing between scenes when going to different applications.
Note: In case your application is a source in two or more scenes, XSplit will go to the first scene where you added your application as a source.
To start using it, click on Extensions then click on Scene Switcher:
Then click on Start Scene Switcher:
Now, when you switch to an application that is in one of your scenes, XSplit Broadcaster will automatically switch to that scene.
Note: You need to keep the Scene Switcher window open for the script to remain active. Closing it will stop the script.
WebM Encoder - Stinger Creator
WebM Encoder - Stinger creator allows you to create Stingers (custom transition effects) by converting your .MOV and/or sequenced .PNG files into .webm files. To learn more about Stingers, click here.
To start using it, click on Extensions then click on WebM Encoder - Stinger Creator:
Then click on Tools and choose Permissions:
Check the box of “<WebM Encoder - Stinger Creator>” and click OK:
Click on [...] to browse for your source files:
Choose your desired transition file and click Open:
Click on Convert to WebM:
If you don’t want to convert anything else at this time, click No:
You can now choose your Stinger from the list of Transitions: