I'm sorry I couldn't resist putting that as the title of the journal. I actually have a few positives to say about the program.
Anyway last night I decided to stream using Open Broadcaster Software instead of Mishira in hopes of being able to stream with HDMI stuff. But before I could use the capture card I had to test the actual stream first. Compared to Mishira, OBS felt somewhat familiar. Similar tools. It was almost as easy to set up. Only flaw I had issues with was that while Mishira had the tools on the sides, like the scenes and stream controls, OBS had the tools on bottom and can only be moved to the top.
Another Flaw I notice, was that when using the profiles on Mishira, I could easily make alterations to 2 separate streams so neither was entirely similar. OBS however, the only differences with the profiles, was the stream key. Everything else like the capture and scenes are always the same, so now I have to be careful on what I put on stream otherwise I might show something that wasn't meant for the other stream. Maybe that's the Scenes are for... IDK
People did tell me that while the picture was clearer, it was still unstable so I have to readjust the stream quality again.
Anyway to those who couldn't tell what I was drawing or if you couldn't make it to th stream here's what ya missed...
That's what the "Scene Collections" are for! You can make one of those per profile if you'd like and then just switch between them. Scene Collections are literally collections of scenes, which are individual stream layouts. Profiles only hold settings, not layouts and objects you'd see on screen.
Those are excellent drawings. I always miss your streams, because of my work schedule. Maybe oneday I will see a stream of yours unless you have a online speed video from youtube or something.