Impress your viewers with our Stinger Transitions collection
For Your Streaming
With all these Stinger transitions you will smoothly switch from your playing or chatting to your intermission scenes and back, creating a more engaging and clean viewing experience for your audience.
They were made for your Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook live-streaming channels, and also can be use for video content creation.
What is a Stinger Transition?
A Stinger is an animated full-screen graphic that helps you to make a visually smooth transition between two different scenes during your Livestream. Generally, and best streaming transitions are with an included sound effects for a complete transition experience.
If you are starting or want to try something Modern and Sleek; take a look in Trox Xred, one of our most like stinger.
Transitions originally came from TV channel broadcasting where is widely used in both live and pre-recorded broadcasts. In the case of Twitch streamers, you can buy and set up scene transitions in OBS and Streamlabs software.
Why Should You Add Stinger Transitions to Your Stream?
True is that until now stream transitions were one of the most underrated graphics for streaming and one of the last that streamers take care about, probably caused by the false feeling that they are difficult to use, but also true is that are very easy to setup and indeed is one of the graphics overlays that viewers will appreciate most and that will give a step up to your Livestreaming channel.
What is the right size and format for streaming transitions?
Best Stinger transitions are in HD 1920x1080pixels and the ideal format file to use in Livestreaming is WebM which we optimized as much as possible for low-consumption and a smooth playback but without compromise our quality.
In every stream transition pack, we have included a MOV format to be used in editing software in case you are also a content creator for platforms like YouTube and want to use the same Twitch transition in your edits.
Custom transition VS not custom Stinger transitions? and why we oppose this.
While a custom stinger can look very appealing to have, is not necessarily always the best option for live streaming, Why??
If your audience is already watching you, they do not need to see your logo or name over and over and over, so, instead, we make our bet for a high-quality Twitch transition that gives you a real professional value to your entire graphic pack over of a branded stinger with your logo that can lead to an over branded live streaming session; considering that a stinger transition is a graphic resource that you will use several times during one single live session, so please don’t feel you need to fall in the marketing trick that custom transitions are always better, save those coins and instead invested in an HQ streaming transition.
In TV channel broadcasting; transitions with a logo are used only a few and specific moments, but instead, they usually have a couple of “generic” transitions which are what they mostly use throughout the entire transmission.
In case you still want a custom stinger transition with your logo, you can make your own using our FLOX Custom Template for a very affordable price and with a little After Effects knowledge.
How to change volume or add sound to OBS Transitions?
The poor news here is that OBS and Streamlabs do not allow to playback of a separate audio file with your stinger transition, BUT, we have you covered, each of our streaming transitions includes perfectly timed audio, and we provide 1 or 2 volume audio level files and a mute version.
How to install stream transitions?
On and for each of our Stingers we always provide the correct and tested settings to use in your streaming software to make a perfect playback for that scene transition.
If you want to know how to make the perfect installation of your new obs transition, follow the next video tutorial we have made about, or you can see the Streamlabs transitions version here.
The Twitch Stinger Transition is Cutting Off Before Animation Is Finished
This is a quite common and easy fix issue, you just need to adjust the “Transition Point” time in OBS or Streamlabs, by the one indicated in the settings image file inside your purchase.
My streaming transition is laggy, how to avoid that?
We have a couple of pieces of advice here for your stinger transition, first be sure you are using the provided transition WebM file and not the MOV. Second try to have the most up-to-date version of your stream software.