If you want to improve the production quality of your stream one of the best ways to do it is to add transitions. This adds an effect when switching between scenes instead of just having a hard change.

Let’s take a look at how to add custom transitions to Streamlabs.

How To Add Transitions In Streamlabs

Streamlabs already comes with some pre-made transitions that we can use to get started. We have listed a few places to get completely custom transitions down below if you want to get really creative on your stream.

To add transitions to your stream you go to your scene settings.

Here you can add new transitions and connections between scenes.

Transition – A transition is a specific animation you are adding which can be used in your account.

Connections – A connection is where you decide which two scenes you want to place a transition between.

Adding A New Transition

To add a new transition click on the Add Transition button. Under the type tab you will see all of the default options that Streamlabs provide. Select one and click done. You can also adjust the time the transition takes in this tab.

You are then able to select a certain transition as your default. This means that anytime you switch scene it will use the default transition unless otherwise specified in the connections tab.

As you can see below my scenes now slide instead of just a straight cut.

How To Add Different Transitions To Different Scenes

If you want to have more than just a default transition applied to each scene you can set up specific transitions to switch between certain scenes.

To do this go to your Scene settings –> Connections. In the connections tab click Add Connection.

You will be presented with the screen above. For beginning scene select the scene you are starting on. Then select your Scene transition, this can be one of the transitions we created above. Lastly select the ending scene, the scene which you are transitioning to.

You will be able to create a separate transition for each connection that you have.

You may be interested in our Complete Guide To Setting Up Streamlabs.

Where To Purchase Custom Stinger Transitions

We have a full article dedicated to the Best Free & Paid Stinger Transitions but below is some of our favourite places to get Transitions for your stream.

If you’re a more advanced streamer and want to add a more bespoke feel to your stream, then you may want to opt for paid transitions. These stinger transitions are all incredibly high quality, and even include options to commission your own.

1. Own3d – Stinger Transitions for Streamers

Price: $20+

Own3d’s site offers a wide range of pre-made animated transitions to help your stream pop. With 99 transitions on the site, there are plenty of professional-level options to choose from. They also regularly run sales, so if you’re looking to save money it’s worth watching out for them.

2. Fiverr – Commission your own Transitions

Price: $5+

Fiverr is an amazing resource if you want to commission your own transitions to add a more bespoke feel to your live stream. Many of the sellers can add logos, text or whichever color scheme you need to fit the feel of your streamer brand. Prices start at around $5 (with the most expensive being around $40+). Make sure to check for sellers with a higher rating to ensure a faster turnaround time, and guaranteed quality of what you’ll be paying for.

How To Install Custom Transitions In Streamlabs

To upload a custom transition to Streamlabs follow the below steps.

Go to Scene settings –> Add Transition –> Select Stinger from the drop down.

Streamlabs calls custom transitions stinger transitions. Once you have selected the stinger option from the dropdown you can upload your custom stinger file which you created or downloaded.

Once you have uploaded your custom Stinger transition you are ready to go. You can add it in between specific scenes like we showed above.

Wrapping Up

You should now have your stinger transitions set up and ready to go. No doubt your chat will notice the huge upgrade in stream production.

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