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'''Center of Costume''' is a video in a series of video tutorials under the Help tab on the Scratch main head bar. It describes how to make smooth lines in the Scratch Editor. The video is 32 seconds long.
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'''Center of Costume''' is a video in a series of video tutorials under the Help tab. It describes how to make smooth lines in the Scratch Editor. The video is 32 seconds long.
  
==Transcription==
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[0:00] Each costume has a center that it rotates around
 
[0:00] Each costume has a center that it rotates around
  
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[0:22] This can be used to align costumes for an animation or change the center for rotating (demonstrate)
 
[0:22] This can be used to align costumes for an animation or change the center for rotating (demonstrate)
  
==See Also==
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== See Also ==
*[[Video Tutorials]]
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* [[Video Tutorials]]
  
[[Category:Scratch Website|Center of Costume]] [[Category:Video Transcriptions]]
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== External Links ==
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* [https://vimeo.com/173915834 Center of Costume Video]
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Center of Costume is a video in a series of video tutorials under the Help tab. It describes how to make smooth lines in the Scratch Editor. The video is 32 seconds long.

Transcription

[0:00] Each costume has a center that it rotates around

[0:04] You can see and change the center by clicking on the "costume center" tool

[0:11] To change the center, click where you want the center of your costume

[0:18] The costume center will now appear in the middle of the paint editor window

[0:22] This can be used to align costumes for an animation or change the center for rotating (demonstrate)

See Also

External Links