Want to know how you can use the Twitch Integrated Throwing System for your streams? Consider this article as a thorough guide for T.I.T.S and also learn how you can get the 3D assets and set triggers for the same.
Twitch Integrated Throwing System is a fun way to interact with your VTuber character. With T.I.T.S you can enable triggers that will throw various objects at your VTuber. The triggers can also include a specific word entered in the chat by a viewer. You can also set other triggers like a subscription or a bit donation. Additionally, you can integrate your Twitch account with this system, to add your personalized emotes and badges as a throwing object. Basically, the Twitch Integrated Throwing System makes the content you stream more enjoyable for your viewers.
So, how can you get 3D assets for T.I.T.S? How do you set and manage the triggers for these throw-able objects? All of these questions will be answered in this article in a step-by-step fashion with each and everything you need to know about T.I.T.S.
3D Assets for Twitch Integrated Throwing System:
The Twitch Integrated Throwing System comes with its own set of throwing objects. But if you want even more assets for different or personalized triggers on your stream, here is how you can get them. Visit sketchfab.com to find all the 3D assets you need to import into T.I.T.S. Click on “Explore” and search for the type of 3D models you want. Just enter the keyword in the search box and press enter.
But before you look for 3D models, there are some things that you need to keep in mind. Firstly, not all 3D models are free to use. So, set the filter to show you the models that are free to use and downloadable. That way you can save a lot of time and find the model you like instantly!
Once, you find the 3D object you are looking for, download it. Go into Twitch Integrated Throwing System and click on “Model Importer”. Select the file you downloaded and click Okay. This will add the model to your library. You can now use that model to be thrown at you in your streams. However, you need to make sure that you give the license credits to the creator of those assets. The links for the credits are easily available in the description of the model on Sketchfab.
The first thing you need to do after importing an asset is to uncheck all the boxes from the list of triggers at the top right corner. If you have a lot of models, this step is a must. Once, you have done that, select a model to start setting the triggers for it. You can select the trigger from the top right corner of the window. There are seven different options – Channel points, Bits, Subs, Gift subs, Follows, Commands, and Chat messages. Chose the trigger that you would want to attach to the object in the Twitch Integrated Throwing System.
Now, go back to the initial interphase and click on “Triggers”. Scroll to look for the trigger you just created. Here, you will be able to control the number of objects and cool down for the rigger. Set the necessary values as per your preference. We highly recommend you test the trigger before going live and also make sure the object doesn’t crash your computer when spammed.