If you’ve ever wondered how streamers get those fancy to pop up whenever one of their viewers, donates, follows, or subscribes, then wonder no more! In this easy-as-pie tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to get those same alerts showing up on your stream using TwitchAlerts, and OBS.

Well, i saw this post that said that OBS Studio is better than the classic. I completely agree but there's one problem. I don't seem to find how to use CLR Browser (or similar) with it. Pls help me, i use TwitchAlerts and i dont want to keep a window open to use it.

TwitchAlerts isn’t the only way to get your new follower, donator, or subscriber notifications to show up during your stream, but it’s one of the easiest, and most popular methods. But if for whatever reason you don’t want to or can’t use TwitchAlerts I’ll be creating tutorials on how to accomplish the same effect using the other apps like, and more. So stay tuned for those (or just contact me directly and I’ll help you out) Anyways, let’s begin this guide on how to set up TwitchAlerts with OBS. I’m going to assume you already have Open Broadcast Software (OBS) installed. If you don’t –. TwitchAlerts Video Tutorial: Step 1 Download CLR Browser Source Plugin There’s a plugin for OBS, called, CLR Browser Source Plugin. We’ll need that So head over to, and download the appropriate files based on whether you’re using the 32bit, or 64bit version of OBS.

Clr Browser Source Plugin Obs Studio

Once you’ve downloaded the plugin, you’ll need to extract the files into the plugins folder found under C: Program Files OBS Plugins for 64bit and for C: Program Files (x86) OBS Plugins for 32bit. Side note: Make sure you’re actually using the version of OBS you think you’re using. In my case, I thought I was using the 64bit version of OBS, so naturally I downloaded and extracted the CLR plugin into the 64bit folders, but for some reason the plugin wasn’t showing up in my OBS sources. Sketchup 15 3 330 cracked. After about an hour of frustration and trying to Google my way out of this problem, I finally figured out that when I first installed OBS, the shortcut it gave me on my desktop was actually for the 32bit version. So all this time I’d been using the 32bit without even knowing.

To fix this issue, all I had to do was go into the 64bit OBS folder, find the launch icon and replace it with the 32bit shortcut on my desktop. Now it opens up the correct 64 bit version and I can see the CLR Browser Source Plugin just fine.

Clr Browser Source Plugin Obs Studio

So ya, make sure you’ve downloaded and extracted the plugin into the correct plugins folder, and make sure you’re actually using the version of OBS that you think you are:P. You can verify this by looking for the 32bit or 64bit at the top of the OBS window. And then to make sure you’ve got everything working correctly – open up OBS, and under Sources, right click>Add, and you should see the CLR Browser in that list.

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Step 2 Connect Your Twitch Account With TwitchAlerts Alright if this is your first time using TwitchAlerts, you’ll need to connect your Twitch account with their app. Simply head over to their website here – click the green Launch TwitchAlerts button on the top right, and then click the purple Connect with Twitch button.

Once you’ve connected your account, you’ll be taken to their dashboard. On the left-hand side of that page you’ll see a menu with a bunch of options – click the Alert Box button, under Stream Widgets. Now you’ll find yourself in front of a bunch of settings for your notifications.

They’re all pretty self-explanatory so I won’t waste your time going through each individual setting. In this tutorial we’re going to be using the Follow Alerts – so play around with the settings for a bit until you come up with something you think would look cool on your stream. If you need a TwitchAlert image, you can head over to our, where you’ll find plenty of options.