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Celestial Violet Stream Pack

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"Celestial Violet Animated Stream Package - Bring the beauty of the night sky to your stream with our Celestial Violet package! Featuring animated alerts, scenes, and transitions in pastel purple and pink colors with a constellation and flower violet theme. Impress your viewers with a seamless and cohesive streaming experience. Perfect for those who want to add a touch of softness and elegance to their channel."

This pack contains

  • Animated Alerts ( 9 light and 9 dark variations)
  • Twitch Panels ( 30+ panels, PSD and Canva template included)
  • Offline Screen and Schedule ( PSD and Canva template included)
  • Animated Stream Scenes ( Start/Brb/End )
  • Animated Text for Start/Brb/End scenes in English/German/Spanish
  • Animated Intermission / Chatting Scenes and Vtuber Scenes
  • Icons and Fonts
  • Animated Labels
  • Animated Chat Frames
  • Social Banners ( Twitch/Twitter/Youtube)
  • Animated Webcam 16:9 / 4:3 / 1:1
  • Transition ( Webm and MOV format )

The font used is Alegreya or Bonny ( which you can find in the " Font " folder )

The colors used are: #5A4C90 #EFC3E6 #B8BEDD #F0E6EF #D0D8FF

How to install animated overlays

There are various ways you can utilize these designs, we have provided multiple options for you to choose from that will fit your specific needs as a creator/streamer. Feel free to select the one that best suits you.

  • Use premade designs with all labels and screens done ( upload as WebM-video files to OBS/Streamlabs → can be found in the folder - Premade Scenes  )
  • Create your own scenes 
  • One-click install - StreamElements or Streamlabs ( import files can be found in folder→ Premade Scenes )
  • To reduce CPU or encoding resources, make sure that for animated files “Close File When Inactive” is checked
  • Add in image sources for icons (found in the icon folder) and add Text for Socials or Labels
    Our product is user-friendly and offers a wide range of designs and editing options, allowing you to personalize your overlays by rearranging, resizing, and creating your own. The modular elements provide the flexibility to change the style and appearance of your stream with just a few clicks, giving you the ability to create unique scenes.

╰┈➤ How to upload files in OBS/Streamlabs

  • You can add an image or video directly by clicking on + in the bottom menu, choosing Media Source for video files or Image for JPEG/PNG files
  • Or you can drag and drop image/video files directly into OBS/Streamlabs Desktop
  • Resize and reposition as you see fit
  • Add more elements or just duplicate the ones you already added

╰┈➤ Import .overlay premade scenes into Streamlabs Desktop

To install the overlays with one click using Streamlabs, open the Streamlabs desktop, navigate to settings, select the “Scenes Collection” option, and then click on “Import overlays.”
The files can be located in the folder you downloaded ( You will find import overlay in the "Premade Scenes " --> "Streamlabs Import " folders, then the overlays/scenes will be installed automatically with one click. Add labels and any additional text you might need.


╰┈➤ Import premade scenes into StreamElements

  • To install the overlays with one click using StreamElements, login to StreamElements
    Files can be located in the folder you downloaded, and then the overlays/scenes will be installed automatically with one click. Add labels and any additional text you might need.
  • Open the folder you downloaded/unzipped, then open the folder named “Premade Scenes,” open the folder named “StreamElements Import” and open text files, read instructions, and copy/paste links from the text file into the browser source, scenes will be created.
  • To access them, navigate to the “Overlays” tab in StreamElements Dashboard and you can start using your new alerts without any additional setup. If you want to make changes, it is recommended that you create a duplicate of the overlay and edit the new copy overlay so that you always have a backup of your original scenes.


For the alerts installation guide

please click this link 

For the transition installation guide

please click this link 

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