The only bug I’m getting is “scrubbing lag” (where skimming through the video causes temporary lag to occur). Worse case scenario, the voice recording was never saved to the clip.
I saved it to my photos after overlaying it and it worked. I then uploaded it to litterbox. Maybe there’s a glitch in litterbox?
So I may have beaten Easter Platformer with five flowers
If my video is longer than what catbox supports, then I generally will just upload my video to YT ('cuz I can).
I also never used litterbox before, so I have no idea how they work…
just like catbox but your vid will get deleted
Yeah, I found that out the hard way… returned 404 (page does not exist) error.
youtube seems like the best option from an availability and accessibility standpoint
True, but some of us might not be able to access YouTube, or might not even be allowed to create an account.
Oh wow, I never really thought about that or knew that! Just looked up some notes on that on the web. Since I started recording videos including for Hopscotch, I kept wondering if it was the settings for audio editing that made my voice sound higher. Now I realise that it actually does sound higher to others than it does to me.
What makes a recording of our voice sound so different […]? It’s because when you speak you hear your own voice in two different ways. […]
The first is through vibrating sound waves hitting your ear drum, the way other people hear your voice. The second way is through vibrations inside your skull set off by your vocal chords. Those vibrations travel up through your bony skull and again set the ear drum vibrating. However as they travel through the bone they spread out and lower in pitch, giving you a false sense of bass. Then when you hear a recording of your voice, it sounds distinctly higher. [Source: BBC]
Obviously, you can record yourself on your phone or somewhere else and play it back to get a taste for how you sound, but if you want to actually adjust that sound, real-time feedback would be much better.
For that, Beatty suggests using two file folders (or magazines, or a few pieces of paper), and placing them in front of your ears, sticking out from the side of your head. That blocks the preview of sound coming up the side of your face. Instead, the sound has to go in front of you and around the room, including its carpet and furniture, in order for you to hear it. That means you’re hearing what you actually sound like. [Source: Lifehacker]
I don’t have access to catbox.moe (school reasons)
Here’s a teaser trailer for a game I’ve been working on, I don’t have a release date yet. But it should be reading in a few weeks or so.
@Antigravity, as promised, here’s a version of Waterfall with 60 pfs (recorded on webplayer)
This seems awesome. Is the game out yet?
i cant view the video
The video expired.
It’s out for beta, so it might be a little buggy here’s the link https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/124znt04h1
Thank you! I’m going to go check it out now!