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If you wish to cancel your existing VIP Subscription on PayPal, please follow the below steps to cancel your subscription or recurring payment:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click the 'Settings' icon at the top of the page.
3. Under 'Payment settings', click Pre-approved payments..
4. Use the filter to select the seller whose agreement you want to cancel and click Cancel.
5. Click Cancel Profile to confirm your request.

In this guide, I will go over on how to connect Twitch Alerts (TA) to Deepbot, and setup notifications/award points/etc.

When you connect TA to Deepbot, you can receive notifications/award points per $/give out VIP ranks/etc through Deepbot.

1. Open Up Deepbot. Go to Config Tab > Master Settings > Integration Tab.

2. Hit Connect Under Twitch Alerts and login into Twitch Alerts from the pop-up. It will ask you if you want to Authorize Deepbot to access your donations on your TA. Hit "Approve".

3. You have now connected TA to Deepbot. Now to configure Donation Notification Settings. Make sure to hit Save on the Master Settings Window once you have connected.

4. On the Config Tab of Deepbot, go to Donation Notification Options at the lower right corner. From these settings you can setup notifications/award points per $/etc.

5. Now to go over each setting and let you know what it does. (Use Image Below for Reference on where the setting is.)
A. Points per $ - Award points per dollar (or whatever currency you are using) to the user
B. Add Note - Will add note to their name in the user database.
C. Channel Msg - Will send a channel message to your twitch chat.
D. Donation Targets - Basically set a goal. (You can find the .txt file in your deepbot folder > obs folder).
E. Reset Donation Text Files - This will make each donation .txt file blank.
F. Open Donation Page - This will open up your default deepbot donation page.
G. VIP - You can set a user to receive VIP if they donate an amount. Example: If a user donates $5-$9.99 they will received VIP Bronze for 1 month. This example is using the image below
H. On Screen Notification options - OBS CLR Browser: Enable this option if you are using notifications through deepbot, TaskBar Popup: This will pop up a notification on your desktop, Read Donation Text: Will read the donation outloud. (You can set what it reads. Refer to Letter K.)
I. Min Amount - Set a minimum amount needed for the notifications to go off. Duration - Set how long the notifications stay up on screen
J. Sound (Donor)/Top Donor - Set a sound for each donation and even a top donor sound.
K. Speech Text - You can set what you want the bot to read from each donation
L. Preview - Preview donation notifications (Helpful for testing notifications)

In this guide, I will show you how to customize your donation page with Deepbot. This is still in Beta, meaning there may be bugs and it may not work correctly. Make sure to report any issues you have.

Example(s): ||

1. Go Here and click on "Connect with Twitch" at the top right.

2. Now that you are logged in, click on your name on the top right. Then click on "My Account".

2b. Then click on "Tipping Page" at the top.

3. From this page you will be able to customize your donation page to your liking. You will notice your donation near the top along with the style. There is no different in the styles.

4. Now to explain all the settings below the styles. Be sure to check both images below to see what I mean by each setting.
4a. Description - Pretty Self Explanatory. Basically setup the message part of the donation page (Check the Two Images below for my settings for my page.)
4b. Title - Basically the Title right above the Description
4c. Background Color - If you are not using a background image, it will use these colors as a background.
4d. Leader Board - You can select if you want a leader board for donations. Available Options: No, Yes - Last 30 Days, Yes - Current Month.
4e. Currency - Select which currency you want the donations to be made in.
4f. Paypal Email - Make sure you put your paypal email here so the donations go the paypal email you listed.
4g. Banner - Set a Banner above the title, like mine with my logo in it.
4h. Background - If you want to use a customize background, you can set it here.
4i. Payment Type - Set how you want to word your donations. Available Options: Donations, Gift, Tips, Contributions
4j. Minimum - Set a minimum amount they can donate. I recommend leaving this at 1.
4k. Logo - Put a Small Logo next to the Title. Do note it is a circle, and will crop out anything that is not in the circle.

Guides, Tutorials & Demo Videos / [Guide] How to get VIP
« on: May 03, 2016, 08:56:56 AM »
You may be visiting this thread since you are wondering why some features of Deepbot are greyed out or not working.

List of VIP Features can be found here:

VIP is $5/month. You get one month of VIP for free when you first get the bot.

1. First, you will need to visit this webpage for renewing your VIP.

2. Enter your Twitch Stream Name into the box. Note: Do not enter your bot name
- Then move the slider below it to select how many months you wish to pay for. In the picture below, I moved mine over 1 notch to 1 month of VIP.
- Now click the box next to "I agree to all Terms and Services"
- Click Pay with Paypal!

3. Congrats, you are now VIP, please restart deepbot!

All Guides can be found on the Wiki Here

Guides, Tutorials & Demo Videos / [Guide] Installing Alternate TTS Voices
« on: December 12, 2015, 07:05:59 AM »
This is from another website, I do not take credit for this. Link to Original Thread:
You need to buy the game to view the thread basically, so I copied and pasted it here for users to use.

**Works with Windows 7, 8 and 10 just fine.**

So if your sick of Microsoft Anna, here is how to get some alternatives:


This involves manual edits to your registry. If you mess it up, don't blame me. Do at your own risk.

Step 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Install the Speech Platform v11

a) go here:
b) click "Download"
c) select the "x64_SpeechPlatformRuntime\SpeechPlatformRuntime.msi"
d) run the installer (duh :P)

Step 2: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Get the alternate voices

a) go here:
b) click "Download"
c) select the voice files you want. They are the ones that have "TTS" in the file name. There are 6 English (all female). I have not listened to the other languages, so I dont know how they sound. GB_Hazel and US_ZiraPro are IMO the better sounding voices.
d) run the installers for each (duh :P)

Step 3: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Extract the registry tokens

a) Open Regedit
b) Under - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Speech Server\v11.0\Voices - right click the "Tokens" folder and export. Save this file to your desktop as voices1.reg so it will be easy to find later.
b) Under - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Speech Server\v11.0\Voices - right click "Tokens" and again export it, again to the desktop. Call it voices2.reg.

Step 4: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Edit the voices1/2 files

a) open Voices1.reg in Notepad.
b) press "cntrl + H"
c) enter \Speech Server\v11.0\ into the "Find What" field
d) enter \Speech\ into the "Replace With" field
e) click "Replace All"
f) Save File

g) Repeat a-f with the Voices2.reg file

Step 5: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Merge the new Registry files into your registry

a) double click to "run" both Voices1.reg and Voices2.reg
b) Click "Yes" when it prompts

You should now have access to the new voices in Voice Attack, and in the Windows TTS options menu.

This process may also work with other voice packs. I have a couple others I will try when I get home and will edit this post if they are successful

Guides, Tutorials & Demo Videos / [Guide] Image Only Widget
« on: October 25, 2015, 01:22:36 AM »
This guide will show you how to use the widget feature, but for those that just want the image to pop-up, instead of the full widget.

Video Guide:


The link you will need for all Image-Only Widgets, and I will show you how to customize the link so it works with your widget:

I will explain each variable after the ? after

  • dur=5 - This means how long, in seconds, do you want the widget to pop up for.
  • test=1 - This is to test the widget without doing the command, I recommend removing it.
  • panel=img - This is where you will put the widget name where "img" is. (E.g. panel=widget1)
  • w=500 - Is the width of the image.
  • h=500 - Is the height of the image.

Creating the widget

1. First off, we need to make a new command for the widget. You will be able to see an image of an example of a widget down below.
2. All you need by default is the command name, widget name, and image link in order for this to work.

3. Then we will need to edit the url to fit this widget. I take the widget name and put it in "panel=" then I put the dimensions of the image into the "w=" and "h=".


4. What it looks like when I run the command:

Here are a few suggestion on fixing this problem for the time being:

*Make Sure Deepbot is closed when doing steps 1 - 4.

1. Close Deepbot and Flush your DNS. Guide on this:
2. Try adding to your hosts file. (Check Image down below: 2a.) Guide on Host File editing:

Code: [Select]

3. Go To your deepbot folder (by default: C:\DeepBot - Twitch Streamer Assistant ) > Find Deepbot.exe > Right Click > Properties. On General Tab, Unblock application if it is an option. Then on Security Tab Click on edit > Go thru each user and make sure "Full Control" is checked for all accounts/users > Hit apply > Okay. Then Start up deepbot. (Refer to images down below.)
4. Go to with your Stream Account (Do your bot account too if possible.) > Settings/Options > Connections > Remove and
5. Redo OAuth Logins for both Bot Login and Streamer Login



Help/Support / Bot Errors/Crashing? Please read this first
« on: August 22, 2015, 11:00:25 PM »
Do this before making a thread/replying to this thread:

Go into your DeepBot folder (C:\DeepBot - Twitch Streamer Assistant), Find Update (or Update.exe) > Right Click > Run as Administrator. This will update you to the latest version. If you still get a crash/error, proceed to the next step.

Still Crashing/Getting Errors?

Find your Crashlog/Errorlog (C:\DeepBot - Twitch Streamer Assistant\logs) The numbers at the end of each log are dates, so grab the latest one. Then, copy and paste the whole log into this thread or make a new thread.

Common Crash/Error Fixes (Updated: 8/22/2015)


Thread: Here

18 Jun 16:10:31,960 - Crashed Could not load file or assembly 'CefSharp.dll' or one of its dependencies. The specified module could not be found.
18 Jun 16:10:32,025 - Crashed    at DeepBot.Main..ctor()
   at #v.#sS.#Xb()

Fix: Install/Repair the x86 and x64 versions of Microsoft Visual C++ Redist 2012 and 2013 from here:


Thread: Here

10 Aug 20:47:57,576 - Crashed Could not load file or assembly 'System.Core, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=7cec85d7bea7798e, Retargetable=Yes' or one of its dependencies. The given assembly name or codebase was invalid. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131047)
10 Aug 20:47:57,591 - Crashed    at #Di.#Ci.#amb(String #o9, String #iv, String #tc, Boolean #eu)
   at #v.#zk.#vk(Main #R, String #sc, String #ch, Boolean #Ac, Boolean #Cnb, Int32 #WO)
   at DeepBot.Main.#BN()
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbackDo(ThreadMethodEntry tme)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbackHelper(Object obj)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.runTryCode(Object userData)
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.RuntimeHelpers.ExecuteCodeWithGuaranteedCleanup(TryCode code, CleanupCode backoutCode, Object userData)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean ignoreSyncCtx)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallback(ThreadMethodEntry tme)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbacks()

Fix: Try installing Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Update:

Unable to move users.tmp to users.bin

Thread: Here

05 Aug 18:37:16,398 - Error - Unable to move users.tmp to users.bin. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.
   at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
   at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError()
   at System.IO.File.InternalMove(String sourceFileName, String destFileName, Boolean checkHost)
   at DeepBot.Main.#mO()

Fix: Try disabling your anti-virus software or whitelisting DeepBot.

Changing Bot's Name Only:

If you're changing just the bot's name, follow this guide: Changing Bot's Name Guide

Changing Stream Name:

If you are changing your stream name, you must make a thread Here. Please use this format when doing so:

Code: [Select]
Current Stream Name:
Current Bot Name:

New Stream Name:
New Bot Name:

*Note: Name changes can take up to 48 hours, but usually take 24 hours or less.

Guides, Tutorials & Demo Videos / [Guide] Voice Commands
« on: August 22, 2015, 09:30:28 PM »
How to setup voice commands

Video Guide: Here

This guide will show you how to use VoiceAttack ( Trial: 21 Days, You can Buy it for: $8) with deepbot to run commands with your voice.

What you will need

  • Latest Version of Deepbot of course (
  • Voice Attack or Some program like it. (This Guide uses VoiceAttack)

Setting up CommandCLI.exe

1. First we need to grab your unique api key from deepbot. Open up deepbot, then on the config tab, click on the gear (Upper Right Corner) > Scroll down to API Secret > Copy This or Keep it open. (Do note all keys will be different)

2. Then Locate your Deepbot folder, then find CommandCLI.exe.config folder in there. (Your file location may be different, but by default it will be: C:\Deepbot - Streamer Asstiant)

3. Right Click > Open with > Choose Notepad > Look for Enter API Key Here, and paste your API key there, overwriting the text. If you have deepbot on another computer, then proceed to step 3a.

3a. *Skip this step unless you have a two computer setup for Deepbot If you are using deepbot on another computer, you will need to grab two files from the deepbot folder. The files that are needed on your streaming computer are CommandCLI.exe, CommandCLI.exe.config and put these on your streaming pc. (You can place them anywhere you like.) Then in the config file, you will need to edit the and put the IP address of the computer with deepbot on it here.

Setting up VoiceAttack

1. When you first start VoiceAttack, you want to do voice recognition on your computer, so your computer learns your voice. (Takes about 5-15 mins. It is located in your Control Panel > Ease of Access > Speech Recognition.)

2. Once VoiceAttack is open, click on the person with a pencil over them, above My Profile, then add command.

3. This is Optional, skip to step 4 if you don't want to setup a listen/stop listening command. You don't have to do this step, but I recommend you do, so you don't run other commands by accident. We are gonna create two commands, you can edit them how you please.

3a. Listen Command. I put when I say listen, voice attack will start listening to anything I say, then hit Other Tab > Click on Dropdown arrow and choose "Start VoiceAttack Listening". Then I would make sure your command is setup just like the pic, then you are done with this command.

3b. Stop Listening Command. Just like the above command, we do the same thing, except we click on "Make VoiceAttack Stop Listening"

4. Setting up a command. You can set this up how you like, but to setup this command, you do the following. Type "Run Arena" in when I say box. Then Hit Other about half-way down, Then clock on drop down arrow > Run An Application > Hit ... Box > Browser and Find "CommandCLI.exe" (C:\DeepBot - Twitch Streamer Assistant\CommandCLI.exe). Then in the parameters box is where you put the command, in this one I put "!startarena 1 100", then you can test run if you wish, then hit okay. Then okay at the bottom of the command box. Then Hit done from the command list box. Then try testing out the command.


What can you do with this program?

As far as I know you can run any command. However any command with @target@ can be tricky since it goes off what you say. So make sure the voice recognition system understands you clearly.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Restore Deepbot from a Backup

Update: There is a backupmanager.exe in your deepbot folder. It is recommended you use this program instead of manually doing it.

Explanation of the Files:

- Chanmsnconfig.bin: This file contains all channel messages.
- Users.bin: Contains all your userdatabase/points data for users.
- Usersconfig.bin: Contains all your settings for deepbot.

Bug Reports / [Bug] First Time Viewer Message
« on: May 06, 2015, 06:09:23 AM »
The welcome back message seems to only be displayed for new users instead of the first time message.

There is an undocumented feature which is currently available for music and notifications for having notifications/music play to your streaming computer from your computer with deepbot on it.

*Note: You may need to port forward port 3337

Video Guide:

Music: On your Streaming computer you can load this in your browser :[DeepBot Computer IP Here] (Use IPv4 for local hosting computer. Or the computer's external IP for across the internet.)

Notifications: For Notifications, in OBS. simply add "?ip=[DeepBot Computer IP Here]" at the end of the notification link for a remote connection. (Use IPv4 for local hosting computer. Or the computer's external IP for across the internet.)

Notification Sounds: For Notifications Sounds, download this on your streaming computer: (A very lightweight tool) Extract (into a folder) and run NotificationSounds.exe, enter the IP on the computer with Deepbot on it. (Use IPv4 for local hosting computer. Or the computer's external IP for across the internet.) Then browse and select the sounds you want to use for the notifications.

Notification URL(s):


*This also works for instances where DeepBot is hosted remotely. Just ensure for remote connections port 3337 is opened for connections.

Share OBS .txt files across two computers:

To share the obs text files across the network to use on stream: (Only works if PC is on the Same Network.)

1. Install DeepBot on the second PC.
2. Share the drive that contains the DeepBot files
3. Create a Mapped drive on the new share on first PC
4. Open OBS, edit the source for the text files
5. Browse to the mapped drive and repoint to the txt files on the second PC

Note: I assume you can use a program like DropBox to do the same thing if you wanna do it that way.

Bug Reports / [Bug] Thank you message for Hosting isn't working
« on: April 26, 2015, 07:04:47 AM »
Bug: Hosting thank you message is not appearing.
Info: I do have it enabled, running as admin of course. Just doesn't pop up a thank you message.
How did you produce this bug or come across it?: A lot of others are having the problem.
Pic: None

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