first of all thanks for reading.
I'm searching for a software to use for FX in livestreams to make lower thirds, overlays and that stuff. As you can imagine my personal budget keeps me away from the expensive solutions. So I'm very happy that I found a software which might fit my requirements.
Therefore I'd like to ask if it is possible to do the following stuff:
1) Let there be a continuous stream (with greenscreen background or alpha) from Natron to a thirdparty software like OBS (f.e. as a "webcam" input) or using NDI to input the stream into software like telestreams gameshow or xsplit and so on.
2) Load, customize and start predefined "animations" to be presented in the stream.
Example of the usecase: I play a music song in the livestream, I can prepare data (websocket, database, textfile, whatever) where the internal python (started with the stream in 1) can read from and then load a lower third, set the text (title and musician) and then present it through the stream (1) from there it will be sent to the streaming software and so appear in the livestream.
As far as I think, the python coding is less a problem cause I've some experience in blender and Anaconda for basic AI.
It might be that I missed a tutorial or info concerning this topic, if so, I'm sorry. I'd be very thankfull if you could inform me with a short link kinda: "works: look here " or something like that.
If it is not possible (currently?) perhaps you have some info about upcoming plans or have a link to another solution I might have missed on my search.
Thanks a lot in advance,