I'm going crazy, and have searched for an answer for hours now.
Just bought videoscribe, and have a video i want to make. Already made the SVG's for it.
The problem is, when the hand is drawing, the quality is very poor, making the finished result suddenly pop out as being alot smoother.
I have tried all image qualities in videoscribe, and i have tried different thickness of the lines, and i does reduced the problem, but it's a very poor fix. I have tried different resolutions of svg's, but since it's videoscribe that has the temporary quality reduction, it does nothing really.
Hope you can help!
Two pictures to demonstrate how the thin lines are really messed up when drawing, and then back to normal once it's done.
These are at quality 4000. Drawn with a basic line 1px thick.
I was using inkscape at first, and have tried illustrator now that i had trouble and now difference.
Tried to save as an older format of AI and resave it as SVG, and it clearly reduced the line quality all around, so that the change wasnt as clear, but the drawing was very rough that way.
It happens when i use all line and pencil tools, and it shouldn't be with fill, in any of my pictures.
Have a look at the example i showed with the pictures.
Thanks for your help.
When VideoScribe finishes drawing an SVG image it creates a bitmap of that image- this is what you will see on your scribe after an image is drawn, and why you can get a slight 'popping' effect on some SVGs, particularly those with thin lines. You should be able to reduce this effect by slightly increasing the thickness of your lines.
Please let us know if this does not resolve the problem for you, or if you need any further information on this.
I have tried serveral different sizes, but are there any sizes (in px) that are better then others?
The popping effect is quite obvious with lines under 10pix, it seems.
Hi there, I had a look at the SVG file and when imported into InkScape I noticed that the stroke width was set to 0.00
I have increased this and attached the resulting SVG file.
Please note my default image quality is set to 1920 presently.