I've always wondered why SVGs can look pixelated in Videoscribe. Why don't they keep the benefit of the vector format ?
In the screenshot attached (taken at 91% zoom), the little factory icon looks bad, and has black strokes that are not in the original file.
When I import it in the canvas, it's quite small (whatever zoom rate I'm using at the moment), and when I make it bigger, it becomes pixelated.
Changing the original SVG file dimensions doesn't change anything at it.
Is there something I'm missing ?
This "stroke" problem appears on lots of SVGs I try to import.
Here is an other exemple attached : one screen capture of the file in illustrator (no stoke at all, just a simple colored square), and another of how it renders in VideoScibe (with this thin black strokes
related thread: http://help.videoscribe.co/support/discussions/topics/1000040876
Mike, Just came across your comment on this post, because I'm having the same problem with pixelation. Can you please let me know how I can increase the import quality on a vector file that is converted to SVG 1.1 Type: SVG CSS properties: presentation attributes. embedded.
VideoScribe has a default image quality which can be amended. Instructions on how to do this are linked below.
Thanks guys, I think I've sorted the problem. Settings, I increased the image value.