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- This article or section documents an outdated version of Scratch (version 1.4). For this article in Scratch 2.0, see Video Tutorials (2.0).
Video Tutorials were videos that show how to use Scratch, and how to use different blocks. The Video Tutorials were split up into 5 tutorials, Rainbow Fish, Whirling Butterfly, Beat It, Dancing Queen, and Haunted Scratch.
- Learn to change the color of your sprite.
This tutorial taught you how to change the color of your sprite, featuring these blocks:
when [space v] key pressed change [color v] effect by (25)
This video also taught you how to add a new sprite into Scratch, and to delete the existing sprite.
- Learn to change your sprite’s graphic effects by moving your mouse.
Scratchers were taught in this tutorial to change a sprite's effect. This video tutorial used the whirl and the color effect. The blocks used were the following:
when green flag clicked forever change [whirl v] effect by (mouse x) change [color v] effect by (mouse y) end
- Learn to move your sprite to a drum beat.
This video tutorial taught how to make a sprite move following a drum beat. Scratchers needed to use these blocks in order to make the project work:
when green flag clicked forever move (10) steps play drum (48) for (0.2) beats move (-10) steps play drum (56) for (0.2) beats end
At the end of the tutorial, it was encouraged to play around with the code to make their own project, following a beat.
- Learn to import a new background, animate your sprite and create a music loop.
The Scratchers following this tutorial learned how to import a background for their project, add costumes to their sprites and import a music loop. The scripts they used are the following:
when green flag clicked forever next costume wait (0.3) secs end
when green flag clicked forever play sound [hiphop v] until done end
- Learn to add your own background and create a dialog for a story
The last Scratch video tutorial taught Scratchers to add their own background to a project and use the say and think blocks to make an interactive story. The blocks featured in the video were the following:
when green flag clicked say [Wanna hear a scary story?] for (3) secs wait (3) secs say [Kevin-this will really scare you!] for (3) secs
when green flag clicked wait (1) secs say [Yes!] for (2) secs wait (1) secs think [How did he know my name?] for (2) secs