How To Create A Simple WEBCAM Overlay For Twitch | Photoshop Tutorial



Here is how to create a very simple webcam overlay for your Twitch livestreams. Use this tutorial to expand the basics of graphic customization to further your streaming look!

Stroke On Layer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EX2MtCS2yr0
Blending Modes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyygQlXon64

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13 comments

  • KeukenKastGames 3 years ago

    100st like 😀

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  • dansnotagg 3 years ago

    any idea why when i add it to my OBS as an image source, it shows a thin white border that shouldnt be there around my webcam border that i created on a 1920×1080 transparent png file, as a transparent box with a 5px black border on the inside. everytihng looks great except OBS adds a thin white border to 3 out of 4 sides that shouldnt be there.

    thanks for any help

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  • Madnis Gaming 3 years ago

    Does this only work when broadcasting PC? I stream from PS4 with Twitch and I'd like to have a customer layout.

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  • Isaac Levine 3 years ago

    you dont need to make the stroke on another layer, just add the stroke and change the fill of the shape to 0. it keeps the stroke and removes the rectangle

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  • ReeRay 3 years ago

    Thanks! Great video!

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  • Must_tv Second 3 years ago

    hey nice vid man but i have one question i dont have a new gen cam so my cam its a byt square do you know the size of it ?? ??

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  • LGxiTricky 3 years ago

    How to you save it to use as the overlay

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  • The Merek 3 years ago

    For the future, i know this is old, but for the square you couldve changed the fill to 0

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  • Donovan Duncan 3 years ago

    what website are you using to do this??

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  • Saturn 3 years ago

    Thanks!

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  • murkn murdle 3 years ago

    great video man

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  • Juraj Straka 3 years ago

    song in the backround ? -D

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  • TheOriginLife 3 years ago

    Solid tutorial.

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