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  1. Hello, found this solution for creating video. but this result video is faster than runtime animation. thought that _alpha variable usage is strange, so tried milliseconds controls but not easy for me. in my opinion every 1000/fps milliseconds, to render and to capture are correct. but it makes more speedy video any advice? ps. i solved using CCapture. but video quality is not good. function record() { scene.getEngine().stopRenderLoop(); render() } function render() { requestAnimationFrame(function() { scene.render(); capturer.capture(scene.getEngine().getRenderingCanvas()); render(); }); }
  2. What is the best way to record/screencast a video of your html5 game? I'm trying out some stuff so I can upload something to YouTube or Vimeo, here is what I've found useful so far. OBS Studio (Open Broadcaster Software) is a fully fledged suite for typical game-streaming stuff, there's a pretty advanced scene builder to arrange game + webcam + chatfeed etc. But it can also simply record a browser window to file as FLV/AVI/MP4. It works great with FireFox, although it seems a little resource intensive. ShotCut can do some simple video editing and the final rendering. It's pretty intuitive and it can do transitions, text/png overlays and even green-screen effects, but no fancy animated titles or sliding an image intro frame AFAIK. Btw I haven't tried Story Remix yet, which is Microsoft's replacement for Windows Movie Maker Has anyone else got any experience with recording their JavaScript game, for a promotional video or something like that?