General Information

Thanks for your interest in the Glitch overlay and alerts stream package. This guide will cover items downloaded from NerdOrDie.com and TwitchTemple.com . Please note that these items can be purchased separately or in a bundle. This page will guide you through the setup process. If you have any questions that aren’t answered in this setup guide, please feel free to contact us.

Photoshop is not required for any portions of this product.

Animated elements are supplied as WEBM files. These are video formats supported by browsers, such as those integrated in streaming software. This package has been designed for use with OBS Studio, XSplit Broadcaster, BEBO, StreamLabs OBS, and most other streaming softwares. Please make sure your software fully supports WEBM files. If you are not familiar with how to set up your new overlay with either of these streaming applications, we strongly suggest checking out the below tutorial before moving on:

Before You Install

If you’d like to match the style of the overlay and alerts, use the fonts listed below.

  • Titillium – This is the primary font used
    • Please refer to this guide on downloading Google Fonts

Installation Guide

Installing the Alerts – Streamlabs

In your downloaded files, open up the standard alert folder.

  1. Click the Alerts Quick Setup link to begin installing these alerts.
  2. If you’d like, choose “Create Widget Theme” and name it something appropriate such as package name. The import link will only override your alert package. This means you can combine these alerts with any other scene collection/widgets you’ve made in Streamlabs. If you want to save your old alerts, it’s highly recommended to do this in a new profile.
  3. Select “Use” for the profile you want to import into.
  4. Navigate to “Alert Box” and copy your unique URL.
  5. Paste this URL as a “Browser Source” in your streaming software.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software test the alerts to make sure they’re working properly.

Delaying Text-to-Speech

If you’re planning on using text-to-speech you may need to delay them from being read, as there is an intro animation and sounds. To do this, you can change the Alert Text Delay in the Streamlabs base options. If you’re using alert variations (such as re-subs) you will need to  update in the variations as well.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software, test the widget to make sure they’re working properly.

Width and Height of Source

We generally recommend setting the size to 1920 wide and 1080 tall (more height is recommended if using messages), however, depending on your stream adjust the size here may work better for you. If you need to scale down, you can do so directly inside of OBS Studio. If you’re using the Streamlabs OBS .overlay file, you may not need to complete this step if your alert box is already added in.

Custom Alert Options

These options are found in the Custom Fields tab. Some alerts do not contain all of the options listed below.

  • Mute the custom sounds? – This will mute the custom sounds built into the alerts. You can mute the alert and upload your custom sound into the default sound section.
  • Custom Sound Volume – Controls the volume of the built in alert sounds.
  • Top Text Area – Text you want to be displayed in the Top Text.
  • Bottom Text Area – Text you want displayed in the Bottom Text. Default is the {name} tag
  • Top Text Color – The color of the text displayed at the top of the alert.
  • Bottom Text Color -The color of the text displayed at the bottom of the alert.
  • Animation Hue – Adjust the Hue of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.
  • Animation Saturation – Adjust the Saturation of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.
  • Animation Brightness – Adjust the Brightness of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.

Installing the Alerts – Streamelements

In your downloaded files, open up the Streamelements alert folder.

  1. Head over to Streamelements.com and ensure you’re logged in.
  2. Double click the Streamelements Alert set up link from your downloads
  3. This link will automatically open up the Streamelements website and begin the import.
  4. You should get a notification at the top of the Streamelements website stating the import was successful
  5. Head over to “My Overlays”
  6. You should now find the imported alerts named after the pack they are from.
  7. Click on the “Launch Overlay” to get the URL for your alerts
  8. Paste this URL as a “Browser Source” in your streaming software.

*NOTE: The Streamelements links are specific to your platform. You can only use the Twitch link for Twitch, and YouTube for YouTube.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software, test the widget to make sure they’re working properly.

Width and Height of Source

We generally recommend setting the size to 1920 wide and 1080 tall (more height is recommended if using messages), however, depending on your stream adjust the size here may work better for you. If you need to scale down, you can do so directly inside of OBS Studio. If you’re using the Streamlabs OBS .overlay file, you may not need to complete this step if your alert box is already added in.

Custom Alert Options

These options are found in the Custom Fields tab. Some alerts do not contain all of the options listed below.

  • Mute the custom sounds? – This will mute the custom sounds built into the alerts. You can mute the alert and upload your custom sound into the default sound section.
  • Custom Sound Volume – Controls the volume of the built in alert sounds.
  • Top Text Area – Text you want to be displayed in the Top Text.
  • Bottom Text Area – Text you want displayed in the Bottom Text. Default is the {name} tag
  • Top Text Color – The color of the text displayed at the top of the alert.
  • Bottom Text Color -The color of the text displayed at the bottom of the alert.
  • Animation Hue – Adjust the Hue of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.
  • Animation Saturation – Adjust the Saturation of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.
  • Animation Brightness – Adjust the Brightness of the animated background. Please see the Options_Preview.html in your downloads for example usage.

Installing Alerts, Goals, Chatbox and other Widgets in Streamlabs

In your downloaded files, open the folder to the widget you would like to install.

*(Alerts are a separate download. All other widgets can be found with the Overlays download)
  1. Click the Quick Setup link to begin installing the Widget.
  2. If you’d like, choose “Create Widget Theme” and name it something appropriate such as package name. The import link will only override your selected widget. This means you can combine these with any other scene collection/widgets you’ve made in Streamlabs. If you want to save your old widgets, it’s highly recommended you create the new profile.
  3. Select “Use” for the profile you want to import into.
  4. The page will automatically take you to the Widget settings for the widget you just imported.
  5. Click on the “Copy” button next to the unique URL.
  6. Paste this URL as a “Browser Source” in your streaming software.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software, test the widget to make sure they’re working properly.

Width and Height of Source

We generally recommend setting the size to 1920 wide and 1080 tall (more height is recommended if using messages), however, depending on your stream adjust the size here may work better for you. If you need to scale down, you can do so directly inside of OBS Studio. If you’re using the Streamlabs OBS .overlay file, you may not need to complete this step if your alert box is already added in.

Custom options – Chat Box

Towards the bottom of the widget, you’ll find a tab for “Custom Fields”. Click this tab to reveal more options. Please DO NOT click “Reset Code” or “Remove Custom Fields”. Also, please note that we do not support changes to the HTML, CSS, or JavaScript sections.

  • Align to where? – Which position would you like your chat box to align to? This can be “top” or “bottom” – please do not include the quotes when typing in this entry.
  • Text Alignment – Would you like your text aligned to the “right”, “left”, or “center”? Please do not include the quotes when typing in this entry.
  • Character Separator – The character(s) used to separate the username and message.
  • Font Family – What font would you like to use for this package? Default is “Titillium Web”.
  • Font Weight – The “boldness” of the font. Higher is more bold.
  • Maximum Messages – How many messages do you want to show at one time?
  • Glitch Time – The speed at which the glitch effect happens on the username. Lower is faster.
  • Glitch Effect Repeat – How many times do you want to repeat the glitch effect on the username? We recommend a low amount for active chats.
  • Border Height – The height of a dividing border on the bottom. This is disabled by default.
  • Border Color – The color of the dividing border between each message.
  • Margin – The space between each message.
  • Background Color – The background color of each message.
  • Opacity of Background – The opacity of the background color. Lower will make this more see through.

Custom Fields – Event List

On top of the base options for StreamLabs, we’ve created custom fields that you can use to edit this package even further.

Click the “Custom Fields” tab to begin. DO NOT click “reset code” or “remove overlays”.

  • Glitch Frequency – lower is more often, 0 to disable – an amount that determines how often the glitch effect is triggered. Lower means more often. Set this to 0 to disable glitches. We recommend between 5 and 40. Glitches will always be played when events entered. Default: 5.
  • Text Alignment -the direction your text is aligned to. This is a text field that by default is set to “left”. If you want to change it, you may update the text field to read “left”, “center”, or “right”, do not include the quotes inside the text box.  Default: left.
  • Tag – Font Size – how big do you want tags? These will generally be “Follower”, “Subscriber”, etc. Default: 12.
  • Tag – Font Color – what color you’d like the tag font to be.  Default: #FFFFFF.
  • Tag – Space between tag and username – the distance between the tag and the username. Default: 4.
  • Section – Space between each section – the margin between each section. Default: 0.
  • Section – Padding (vertical and horizontal)  – The space between the text and borders of each section. Default: 14 (top and bottom), 20 (left and right).
  • Section – Background color -The background color of each section. Default: #000000.
  • Section – Background opacity – The opacity for the background color, lower value will mean you can see through it more. Default: 50.
  • Section – Opacity for right side of background – Want the colors to fade out as they head towards the right side of the section? Increase this value (please note that this will be flipped if you selected Flip X). Default: 0.
  • Divider – Height – How tall the divider is. Default: 4.
  • Divider – Color –  The color of the divider. Default: #FFFFFF.

Save Changes when done.

Installing Alerts, Goals, Chatbox and other Widgets in Streamelements

In your downloaded files, open the folder to the widget you would like to install.

*(Alerts are a separate download. All other widgets can be found with the Overlays download)

In your downloaded files, open up the Streamelements Widget or Alert folder.

  1. Head over to Streamelements.com and ensure you’re logged in to the correct account.
  2. Double click the Streamelements Quick Setup link for the widget you want to import.
  3. This link will automatically open up the Streamelements website and begin the import.
  4. You should get a notification at the top of the Streamelements website stating the import was successful
  5. Head over to “My Overlays”
  6. You should now find the imported widget named after the pack they are from.
  7. Click on the “Launch Overlay” to get the URL for your alerts
  8. Paste this URL as a “Browser Source” in your streaming software.

*NOTE: The Streamelements links are specific to your platform. You can only use the Twitch link for Twitch, and YouTube for YouTube, and Facebook for Facebook.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software, test the widget to make sure they’re working properly.

Width and Height of Source

We generally recommend setting the size to 1920 wide and 1080 tall (more height is recommended if using messages), however, depending on your stream adjust the size here may work better for you. If you need to scale down, you can do so directly inside of OBS Studio. If you’re using the Streamlabs OBS .overlay file, you may not need to complete this step if your alert box is already added in.

Custom options – Chat Box

Towards the bottom of the widget, you’ll find a tab for “Custom Fields”. Click this tab to reveal more options. Please DO NOT click “Reset Code” or “Remove Custom Fields”. Also, please note that we do not support changes to the HTML, CSS, or JavaScript sections.

  • Align to where? – Which position would you like your chat box to align to? This can be “top” or “bottom” – please do not include the quotes when typing in this entry.
  • Text Alignment – Would you like your text aligned to the “right”, “left”, or “center”? Please do not include the quotes when typing in this entry.
  • Character Separator – The character(s) used to separate the username and message.
  • Font Family – What font would you like to use for this package? Default is “Titillium Web”.
  • Font Weight – The “boldness” of the font. Higher is more bold.
  • Maximum Messages – How many messages do you want to show at one time?
  • Glitch Time – The speed at which the glitch effect happens on the username. Lower is faster.
  • Glitch Effect Repeat – How many times do you want to repeat the glitch effect on the username? We recommend a low amount for active chats.
  • Border Height – The height of a dividing border on the bottom. This is disabled by default.
  • Border Color – The color of the dividing border between each message.
  • Margin – The space between each message.
  • Background Color – The background color of each message.
  • Opacity of Background – The opacity of the background color. Lower will make this more see through.

Custom Fields – Event List

On top of the base options for StreamLabs, we’ve created custom fields that you can use to edit this package even further.

Click the “Custom Fields” tab to begin. DO NOT click “reset code” or “remove overlays”.

  • Glitch Frequency – lower is more often, 0 to disable – an amount that determines how often the glitch effect is triggered. Lower means more often. Set this to 0 to disable glitches. We recommend between 5 and 40. Glitches will always be played when events entered. Default: 5.
  • Text Alignment -the direction your text is aligned to. This is a text field that by default is set to “left”. If you want to change it, you may update the text field to read “left”, “center”, or “right”, do not include the quotes inside the text box.  Default: left.
  • Tag – Font Size – how big do you want tags? These will generally be “Follower”, “Subscriber”, etc. Default: 12.
  • Tag – Font Color – what color you’d like the tag font to be.  Default: #FFFFFF.
  • Tag – Space between tag and username – the distance between the tag and the username. Default: 4.
  • Section – Space between each section – the margin between each section. Default: 0.
  • Section – Padding (vertical and horizontal)  – The space between the text and borders of each section. Default: 14 (top and bottom), 20 (left and right).
  • Section – Background color -The background color of each section. Default: #000000.
  • Section – Background opacity – The opacity for the background color, lower value will mean you can see through it more. Default: 50.
  • Section – Opacity for right side of background – Want the colors to fade out as they head towards the right side of the section? Increase this value (please note that this will be flipped if you selected Flip X). Default: 0.
  • Divider – Height – How tall the divider is. Default: 4.
  • Divider – Color –  The color of the divider. Default: #FFFFFF.

Save Changes when done.

Installing the Overlays – Streamlabs OBS

The following steps are specific to Streamlabs OBS and the .overlay file. Only Streamlabs OBS can make use of the .overlay file. If you’re using streaming software other than Streamlabs OBS, please follow the steps in the “Overlays” and “Scenes” sections.

  1. Download and install StreamLabs OBS if you haven’t already
  2. Unzip the files you’ve downloaded onto your computer.
  3. Open/Run Streamlabs OBS.
  4. Open the Streamlabs OBS settings by clicking the settings wheel at the bottom left corner
  5. Click on “Scene Collections” on the left of the pop-up menu
  6. Click on “Import Overlay File”
  7. Browse to your unzipped files
  8. Select the “.overlay” file

*NOTE: After selecting the file, it may take several minutes to for all the resource to load. This will setup the transition (if included) and multiple Scenes (Starting, Ending, BRR etc…)

Creating your overlays

We’ve set up a few scenes for you already and have included most of the items available with your full download.

  • Duplicate any scenes that you need multiples of
  • Swap out any elements you would like to, from your main download (for example different icons or webcam border)
  • Change the label sources label type if desired, in the source properties

Installing the Overlays – Streamelements

In your downloaded files, open up the Streamelements alert folder.

  1. Head over to Streamelements.com and ensure you’re logged in.
  2. Double click the Streamelements Overlay set up link from your downloads
  3. This link will automatically open up the Streamelements website and begin the import.
  4. You should get a notification at the top of the Streamelements website stating the import was successful
  5. Head over to “My Overlays”
  6. You should now find the imported Overlay scenes named after the pack they are from, and what they’re intended for.
  7. Click on the “Launch Overlay” to get the URL for your alerts
  8. Paste this URL as a “Browser Source” in your streaming software.

*NOTE: The Streamelements links are specific to your platform. You can only use the Twitch link for Twitch, and YouTube for YouTube.

Once you’ve added this into your streaming software, test the widget to make sure they’re working properly.

Width and Height of Source

We generally recommend setting the size to 1920 wide and 1080 tall (more height is recommended if using messages), however, depending on your stream adjust the size here may work better for you. If you need to scale down, you can do so directly inside of OBS Studio. If you’re using the Streamlabs OBS .overlay file, you may not need to complete this step if your alert box is already added in.

Installation of this product involves using media, image, and text sources. If you’re unfamiliar with these, please make sure to familiarize yourself with the streaming software you use.

  1. Unzip the files you’ve downloaded onto your computer.
  2. Open your streaming software. Add animated parts (WEBM files) by adding “media sources” and locating your desired overlay elements. There are preset layouts OR modular elements to customize to your needs. Mix and match as needed.
  3. Skip this step if you do not need to add custom text to the labels. The easiest way to add you custom text is to load one of the blank WEBM files and add a ‘text’ layer over the top using the recommended font.
  4. To add dynamic supporter tags, add in text sources and connect them to the appropriate text file. This will be done using apps like StreamLab’s Stream Labels or the Muxy Ticker. We recommend using the fonts listed in the “before you install” section.
  5. Any scenes can be set up in a similar process (Starting Soon, BRB, etc.). In your new scenes you will add in media files from the “Screens” folder, images from the “Icons”, and text sources to add custom text needed. Again, please use the recommended font.
  6. Please use any demo images or movies for reference on recommended layouts.

Setting up your scenes in standard streaming software:

  1. In a new scene, add a media source
  2. Set this source to looping, and select a local file
  3. Add in a custom background image, video, or use the “Abstract Backgrounds” that we’ve included
  4. Add another media source, set to looping, and select the appropriate Stream- .WEBM file (Starting, Intermission, Ending)
  5. If using the intermission design with a camera frame, you can add a media source under the frame
  6. Add in image sources for icons (found in the icon folder) if desired
  7. Add in text sources, using the recommended font, and place next to the icon if desired.
  8. Duplicate scenes and change as needed.

Using StreamLabs OBS import for scenes? All scenes will be set up once you’ve imported the package, please refer to the “StreamLabs OBS” tab.

Setting up a stinger transition between scenes is easy with OBS Studio.

OBS Studio

  1. Under the “scene transitions” section, click the drop down and select “Stinger Transition”
  2. Click the gear icon and select properties
  3. For “video file” click browse and select the stinger.webm found in the “Screens” folder
  4. Set the “transition point type” to time and “transition point” to 1500
  5. Enable sounds by setting “Audio Monitoring” to “Monitoring and Output”
  6. Click OK

StreamLabs OBS

  1. Click the gear icon above your scenes
  2. Set the “Transition” option to “Stinger”
  3. Set the “Duration” to 3000
  4. Select Browse for the “Video File” and choose the stinger file found in the “Screens” folder
  5. Make sure “Transition Point Type” is set to “Time (milliseconds)”
  6. Set the “Transition Point (milliseconds)” to 1500
  7. Enable sounds by setting “Audio Monitoring” to “Monitoring and Output”
  8. Leave other settings on their defaults
  9. Hit Done

Customizing Colors

Adjustment of colors can be done in OBS Studio and StreamLabs OBS by using color correction filters. If you’re not familiar with filters, please watch this video.

If you’d like to adjust your Twitch panels, please use the .psd file found inside the “Panels” folder. You may also use the blank.jpg file with any image editing software.

Usage Terms

The user may use these alerts for personal and commercial use. It is intended for one (1) user and one (1) device only. These usage permissions do not expire. Re-distribution is strictly prohibited. The alert graphics and code remain the property of Twitch Temple and Nerd Or Die unless written permission is granted.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for more information.

Future Reiterations, Errors and Updates

This version of the alert is provided as is. If there are missing elements or you think something critical needs addressing, please contact us outlining the issue and provide the email used to purchase the product. You are allowed up to 5 downloads per product.

Please follow @NerdsPwn on Twitter for update information.

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Changelog

To receive these updates simply re-download the product via the email link, or on your account page when logged in.

  • 5/9/2018 – Added custom sounds + options to mute/increase/decrease volume in the “Custom Fields”
  • 4/9/2018 – Added a “Free Extras” section with a chat box design.