VideoScribe allows you to import your own Jpeg and PNG images. Sometimes, you may want to dictate how these images are drawn or animated within your video. This tutorial will show you how to convert them into SVG's which work well in VideoScribe using a tool called InkScape.
What is InkScape?
InkScape is a very powerful vector tool and it is even available for free. You can use it to convert your picture into an SVG and order the layers of the drawing. This means you can make you own images animate or 'draw' well in your scribe videos.
Watch the video tutorial on how to convert images to use in VideoScribe
What is Adobe Illustrator?
Adobe Illustrator is another option for creative image editing software. You can also use it to convert your images into SVG files for VideoScribe.
Our video tutorial on converting images with Adobe Illustrator shows you how you can convert your images in the same way using this different software option.
So, there are a few ways to make your own images animate or 'draw' well in your scribe videos.
How to import your own images into VideoScribe
Would you like some help with importing your own SVG, JPEG, PNG or GIF image files into VideoScribe to use in your videos? It is easy.
Take a look at our Youtube video tutorial on how to import images into VideoScribe and we will walk you through it.
Any questions or requests?
If you have any suggestions for a tutorial you would like to see, please let us know by getting in touch.
If you have any questions you can also visit our VideoScribe support pages.