A simple way to record a canvas. Convert to a movie with something like: `ffmpeg -r 60 -i canvas-%09d.png out.webm`
A simple way to record a canvas. It will record any canvas elements on the page as well as any svg animations. When finished, all the frames will be downloaded into a single tar file. You can then use these raw images in any way you want. For example, to convert to a movie you can use something like: `ffmpeg -r 60 -i canvas-%09d.png out.webm`. The extension will temporarily override Date and performance.now so that time moves at 60fps constantly so that the output images are always consistent. Note: this can look like your project is animating slowly, but that is just so that the output frames are 60fps. Final note, frames are output on a requestAnimationFrame. https://github.com/doug/rendercan
- (2020-04-03) Super Talez: doesn't work
- (2017-10-22) Amal Nishantha Pattividana: Not working the record icon is always disabled and not active. Chrome Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit) OS Windows 10 (64-bit)
- (2017-09-23) Pierfrancesco Soffritti: Doesn't work, the record button is not clickable. On Windows 10, Chrome v60.
- (2017-01-02) Ben Wheatley: Does nothing. The record button stays grey, no recorded file produced.
- (2016-02-02) Nec Necsoft: This extension is amazing! It saves me a lot of time.
- (2016-01-26) Harris: i doesnt work
- (2014-09-14) lars berg: perfect! just what I needed