Many vloggers use screen recording software to be able to show what they’re doing in a game, or talking through something they’re looking at on their computer. We’ve got a couple of ways of doing this:
CamStudio Lite (new shortcut on your desktop) – there’s an FAQ page here
MediaCore Capture (extension within Google Chrome) – there’s a help page here
Some people have also shared tips on how to get some good effects with Movie Maker in various YouTube videos.
Where can we get stock videos from?
There are lots of websites where you can get stock videos from. Some of them you need to pay for, others you need to have an account with, and a few are free and easy! Here are some of the easiest ones I’ve found:
On scratch I can now program my sprite to turn around and move on a line. The best thing I can do is program my character to turn around because most of the time I require him to do this action. The most difficult part was making it go to the exact coordinates.
I can now make my Scratch make funny noises and speak.
The best thing I made it do was make it go forward and backwards.
The hardest thing was trying to not make Scratch go upside down when he stepped to the side.I overcome this by going through the different categorises.Finally I found a button which was a glide button.The glide button made Scratch move swiftly to the side.
If you have this program on your device at home answer these questions bellow.and leave your answers in the comment section.
1.what can you now program the computer to do?
2.What is the best thing you made Scratch do?
3.What was hard and how did you overcome it?
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I can now program the computer to do the instructions from a music video witch was the Cha Cha Slide.
The best thing I can do is to figure out how to make Scratch do something difficult or something thatÂ wasn’tÂ on the actual program so I had to change it to make something else look similar to what I wanted to do
The hardest thing to do was because I have 2 people doing the same thing so I had to make sure theyÂ didn’tÂ overlap
What was your favourite thing to do on Scratch and why? If you want to tell me then comment below.
In ICT, we have been focusing on ‘Programming’! To do programming, we have been using ‘Scratch’!
I can now program the computer to: speak, walk, dance and more. The best thing it can do is probably being able to do a dance, though not as you think. It’s MUCH more complicated than just getting Scratch to do a few little jigs! You have to make it go to x and y and stuff like that. But once you’ve got the hang of it, it’s much more easier! The hardest thing about it is making it glide to x and y because you must get the coordinates right or Scratch will go out of place when it moves. I overcame it by putting the grid settings on and that made it easier because it told me what was x and what was y.
Because of this, I made Scratch do an algorithm dance ‘Cha Cha Slide’.
I can now program the computer to make all sorts of sounds. I have also know how to move my character up and down and slide and jump. The best thing I can do is managing to import sounds and characters in my program. The hardest thing was trying to stop your character from turning upside down but i kept on trying and finally did it I really enjoyed programming.
On Scratch I can now program the computer to the cha-cha slide due to Mr Jeffreys teaching us different ways to program. It was frustrating trying to get the character to do the correct thing and getting the timing right. The best thing I can do is to get it to move in a straight line.
I was really impressed with how Alyssa, Waran and Banita chose to work together on today’s algorithm problem. They had a draft set of instructions which they were editing, before making their final version.
What an inspiration on how to work together so maturely – well done!