Since its introduction, Discord has gained immense popularity among gamers. However, its appeal has transcended the gaming community to reach a broader audience, including professionals. This shift has given rise to a new trend – Discord Reactive Images – circulating widely online, and we’re here to guide you through the process. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

If you’re a viewer of YouTube or Twitch live streams, you’ve likely observed streamers engaging in conversations with their peers. This seamless interaction is made possible through Discord Calls.

With the right approach, you can leverage Discord’s voice and video features to display user avatars dynamically during conversations. Fascinatingly, this capability extends to virtual YouTuber-style characters.

When a person speaks or the speaker icons illuminate, the avatar comes to life, mimicking the user’s movements. In essence, Discord Reactive Images allow your AI avatar to speak instead of revealing your actual face when you’re talking. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?

For those in search of an AI-speaking avatar on Discord, you now have the term to identify it. Now that you’re well-informed, let’s proceed to explore how you can create your own Discord Reactive Image for personal use.

How to Make and Use Discord Reactive Images

If you’re familiar with Discord reactive images and are keen to create them on your own, be sure to follow this guide closely. Failure to do so may result in issues or errors. By the way, it’s worth noting that many users have recently reported problems with their Discord microphone not working.

Step 1: Create a Few PNG Images

To begin, you’ll need to craft a series of PNG images. Although PNG (Portable Network Graphics) files are less portable than JPG or WEBP, we’ll stick to PNG for this purpose.

By default, Discord provides a profile with a modest resolution of 128×128 pixels, which may be insufficient. To overcome this limitation, we recommend using an avatar creator, and there are various options available online.

For our example, we utilized Canva, a user-friendly platform suitable for beginners. However, feel free to explore other tools, especially if you come across any free alternatives. The choice of Canva is due to its accessibility and simplicity.

Typically, Discord reactive images feature Vtuber-style avatars or transparent versions of Twitch profile pictures. Here’s how you can create one using Canva:

  1. Open Canva.
  2. Click on “Create a Design” and set the width and height as 512px each.
  3. After creating the new design, go to Google and find an anime picture you like.
  4. Right-click on the image, open it in a new tab, and then drag and drop it onto Canva.
  5. Select the uploaded image and click on “Edit.” From the left menu, click on “RemoveBG” to eliminate the background.
  6. Your image is now ready to be used as a Discord Reactive Image.
  7. Click on “Share” and select “Download.” Ensure to tick the “Transparent Background” option before downloading.

Following these steps will provide you with a PNG image suitable for creating Discord reactive images.

Step 2: Add Image to Discord Reactive Image Tool

Now that the challenging part is behind you, the rest is straightforward. Open the Discord Reactive Image tool and incorporate your avatars.

This step holds significant importance as you need to seamlessly integrate the images into the software to ensure they function correctly during streaming. Follow these simple steps to integrate the images with the Reactive Image tool:

  1. Visit this link.
  2. Authorize Discord to integrate with this tool by clicking on login. Confirm the authorization again to verify your identity.
  3. Once logged in, upload the images. Ensure you upload two pictures—one for when you’re quiet and the other for when you speak.
  4. You can use the same image for both the Speaking and Inactive sections.
  5. On the right side, check the box for the Bounce effect.
  6. Now, open Notepad and copy both links displayed on the right-hand side. Paste them in Notepad for easy reference.
  7. With these steps completed, you’re almost done. The final step will enable you to use these images seamlessly during your streaming sessions.

Step 3: Create Browser Input

The concluding step involves integrating your browser with the streaming software of your choice, with OBS Studio being the widely preferred option. Follow these steps to ensure seamless integration:

  1. Launch OBS Studio.
  2. Click on “Properties” and select “Browser.”
  3. Open Notepad, copy the first URL, and paste it into the URL field.
  4. Set the Height and Width to 512, matching your image resolution.
  5. Click on “OK” to save the configurations.
  6. Now, you have the second URL, which is applicable when streaming individually and not in a group call. Keep this URL saved for future use.

Whenever you commence streaming, your Avatar will dynamically engage in conversation, fulfilling the purpose of Discord Reactive Images. Remember, for this to work, both OBS and Discord must remain open in browser tabs. As long as both applications are running smoothly, you’ll enjoy the desired functionality.

Can I Use Discord Reactive Images as GIF?

GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format. However, it’s worth noting that you can utilize reactive images in the form of GIFs. If you’re interested in a guide on this topic, feel free to inform us in the comments section, and we’ll be happy to create one for you.

The Bottom Line

Well, that concludes our guide on how to utilize Discord Reactive Images. We trust you found this tutorial valuable. If you encounter any challenges at any step, simply revisit the instructions, and you should be able to complete your task. Should any uncertainties persist, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

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