When I build my scribes, I tend to have nearly 100 images or so. I'd like to keep the filesize to a minimum if possible and would like to know before I begin saving so many files.
VideoScribe does not support svgz files - did you try to import one?
I am not sure of the difference apart from the fact that svgz files are a lot smaller because they are compressed using gzip and supposedly this does not lead to loss of image quality.
You can try using SVG Cleaner to reduce the size of your SVG images which will not reduce the image quality.
Also you could try splitting your scribes into smaller pieces - create three shorter scribes instead of one long one and edit them together after you render them.
the size of the svg when you create it is not so important as the vector images are scalable.
The resolution that the image is imported into VideoScribe at will affect the amount of pixelation on the image when zoomed in.
You can change the default import setting by clicking on the cog icon in the bottom right corner of the home screen .
You can change the default image quality to anywhere between 400 and 4000 pixels.
See our instant answer entitled Improve image quality for more information.