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Created: 2017-10-31 09:32:47 -0700 Modified: 2017-10-31 10:26:37 -0700

BeardlessDev recommended this tool. It can record parts of the screen and export to gif or video.

They have a portable version that you can download so that you don’t need to install anything.

I recorded at about 20 FPS and then when I went to save, I chose “ffmpeg” instead of “system” so that I could export to mp4 and webm.

It may be helpful for you to “Save as —> Project” so that you can later change these options if you want to re-export.

Go to Edit —> Override (alt+O) and make sure to apply after picking a new time.

Note: it seems this will only work when exporting to a gif. If you want it to work for a video, then just copy/paste the frames repeatedly.

Also note that setting an override for videos does WEIRD stuff (e.g. it just won’t play certain frames), so just don’t ever use the override for videos.