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How to Access the OBS Automatic Scene Switcher

  • Left-Click on Tools, located in the top left main menu
  • Select

How the Scene Switcher Works

When I first encountered the tool, I initially thought it worked like a timed sequence switcher. However, after fiddling with it, I learned that it had nothing to do with time-based switching.

Why Use the Automatic Scene Switcher?

This trait was essential for humanity in our ancestor’s times, as it kept us alert to the potential dangers of hungry predators. That isn’t as important these days, but that survival sense can be utilized today in ways that can be beneficial for marketers, content creators, and more. It is the very definition of eye-catching.

  • It’s automation – less for you to do
  • It is a powerful attention grabber when used well
  • Easy to set up
  • No time-based transitions built-in
  • A lot of work to initially set up

Prepping the Scene Switcher

  • Webcam position
  • Webcam size
  • Main content
  • Overlays
  • Etc.

Configuring the Automatic Scene Switcher

To do this:

  1. Select a Window in the long dropdown field
  2. Left-Click on the + button to add the trigger

As for deleting triggers, simply:

  1. Left-Click the one you want to delete
  2. Left-Click on the Trash button

Alternative Methods to Swap Scenes Automatically


  • Easily toggle on or off looping functionality
  • Can be controlled by an Elgato Stream Deck
  • It will work so long as the macro functionality of your driver software for your gaming devices is intact
  • Can open programs you assign


  • Can be difficult to wrap your head around the macro creator
  • Prone to user-error

Creating a Scene Transition Macro in Logitech G-Hub

For those of you who use Logitech products, you’re in luck. I will show you a quick tutorial on how to create a macro in the G-Hub Software.

  1. Open up G-Hub
  2. Select any of your HID (Human Interface Device like keyboard or mouse)
  3. Select the + button on the left of the interface
  4. Select Macros
  5. Left-Click on the Create New Macro button
  6. Name the macro or really anything you want
  7. Select Toggle as your macro type
  8. Deselect Use Standard Delays
    • You’ll need to manually assign delays for all the keys. Use 50 ms for any modifier key (ctrl, alt, shift), and the first number.
    • The number key delay just before the next modifier key is where the long delays go.
  9. Left-Click on the big + button next to the words Start Now
  10. Press and hold Ctrl and Alt on your keyboard and press the 1 key
  11. Modify the delays in between the number keys.
    • Remember, the delays are counted in milliseconds. 1000 ms is 1 second, 10,000 is 10 seconds, and so on.
    • You can make the delay even longer if you want – see what works best for you!

Note: You can have 12 macros per modifier using this method. 12 is more than enough for most people, but if you need more transition effects, add a shift to your macro and hotkey. Ex. Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 1.

Now that this is set up, you will need to configure scene transition hotkeys. I’ve linked to my guide on how to do that.

Ultimately, the goal of this post is to teach you a little bit of automation to make your streaming process just a little bit easier. This tool by itself won’t make your stream explode to new heights, but clever use of the scene-switching properties can really up your content’s ability to retain the attention of your audience.

I hope you found this article helpful! It was a fun one to write about! Be sure to check out more OBS Tutorials I wrote if you want to learn the ins and outs of the program!

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