speakvisually

Hey Scratchers,

We have a number of updates to share with you all:

Scratch conference page update
Updates to Jobs page
Updates to FAQ page

and…

Record Project Video feature!

Yes, you can record a video of your Scratch project up to 60 seconds. In the Scratch editor, from the File menu, select “Record Project Video.” (You need to be signed in to see this option.) You can choose additional recording options (such as recording sound and mouse clicks) through the “More Options” menu. Then, run your project however you'd like. Once the recording is done, follow the instructions to download the file to your computer. Depending on what kind of computer you have, you may need to download another program like the VLC Media Player to play the file. This file will run on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook, but may need to be converted for other websites like Twitter or Tumblr.

springtrap105

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
I LOVE YOU SCRATCH

tigerharryp

When will there be cloud lists?

BTW thanks!!

Derpy_Scraps

YESSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH OMGosh!!!!!

x25

Yay! Recording video seems fun!

Edit: Is the quality supposed to be high?

springtrap105

speakvisually wrote:

Hey Scratchers,

We have a number of updates to share with you all:

Scratch conference page update
Updates to Jobs page
Updates to FAQ page

and…

Record Project Video feature!

Yes, you can record a video of your Scratch project up to 60 seconds. In the Scratch editor, from the File menu, select “Record Project Video.” (You need to be signed in to see this option.) You can choose additional recording options (such as recording sound and mouse clicks) through the “More Options” menu. Then, run your project however you'd like. Once the recording is done, follow the instructions to download the file to your computer. Depending on what kind of computer you have, you may need to download another program like the VLC Media Player to play the file. This file will run on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook, but may need to be converted for other websites like Twitter or Tumblr.

But where?
EDIT:Nvm.

therodents

Please add a multiplayer feature!

PrincessFire

Ooh!

1004587

therodents wrote:

Please add a multiplayer feature!
SIGH.. Why do many people have to ask this?

You can already make a multiplayer project. Use cloud data. If you want it all in one block, that's unrealistic for the ST to do, and it's lazy.

LittleMilo

tigerharryp wrote:

When will there be cloud lists?

BTW thanks!!
there are

1004587

LittleMilo wrote:

tigerharryp wrote:

When will there be cloud lists?

BTW thanks!!
there are
You must be thinking of cloud variables. He's talking about cloud versions of lists.

Btw, I'm guessing it won't be long till the ST adds cloud lists.

x25

1004587 wrote:

therodents wrote:

Please add a multiplayer feature!
SIGH.. Why do many people have to ask this?

You can already make a multiplayer project. Use cloud data. If you want it all in one block, that's unrealistic for the ST to do, and it's lazy.
Use the cloud variables for the x and y, and bam. done

funkychicken369

YYYAAAYYY!!!

PhysicsLover999

Whoopee!

gatorade2

How do you do a multiplayer project???????

AwesomeMarioBros

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANG

1004587

gatorade2 wrote:

How do you do a multiplayer project???????

This is how.

violet_1381

Super cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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speakvisually wrote:

Hey Scratchers,

We have a number of updates to share with you all:

Scratch conference page update
Updates to Jobs page
Updates to FAQ page

and…

Record Project Video feature!

Yes, you can record a video of your Scratch project up to 60 seconds. In the Scratch editor, from the File menu, select “Record Project Video.” (You need to be signed in to see this option.) You can choose additional recording options (such as recording sound and mouse clicks) through the “More Options” menu. Then, run your project however you'd like. Once the recording is done, follow the instructions to download the file to your computer. Depending on what kind of computer you have, you may need to download another program like the VLC Media Player to play the file. This file will run on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook, but may need to be converted for other websites like Twitter or Tumblr.


Awesome : - )

Glurt97

Wow! That's awesome! Thanks Scratch Team!