Currently, you can only share projects on the Scratch Website that are smaller than 10 MB. If you get a message saying that your project is too big, try compressing or removing long sounds, like music.
How do I know when my project is too big?
Reducing project size
- Main article: Project Compression
The best way to reduce the size of your project is to compress the sounds and images. Below are some tips:
- Delete all sprites and scripts which aren't used
- Delete variables and lists which are unused
- Use stamping instead of lots of sprites when possible
- Delete all sound files that aren't used, as they take up a lot of space
- Main article: Scratch 2.0
|“||We used to be stuck with the 10 megabyte limit due to limitations in Java. We hope to be able to extend this limit in the next version of Scratch - but server space costs $! Unlimited is too big, 10 MB is too little.||”|
– Lightnin, Scratch Team at MIT