Hi - I’m running a D&D campaign that we are streaming, and I’d like to be able to make use of the lighting, walls and other such effects that Foundry has. However the problem I’m running into is that while I can make it so that my players can experience these things, I can’t seem to create a “viewer” mode that allows people to see what the players are seeing.
Currently I have an additional account that is logged in, and I use Falemos and Monks Common View to control the layout of a main screen. Then, on battle screens, I don’t use Falemos and instead have to set the global illumination to 1 so that all players can see the map, and then manually hide the monsters from their view.
I’ve tried the "Stream View’ plugin, which is great in terms of hiding the fake players webcam, but I can’t get it to work so that the view shows the current combatants “view” of the map. Nor can I specify it to have entirely global illumination just for that player.
Does anyone know of a plugin or solution that might work for this? I’d like the viewers to experience the same as the players do, as opposed to seeing everything “behind the scenes” as it’s happening.