VideoScribe Help

Make a video file smaller

Last updated: 13 April 2016


The size of a file refers to how many bytes it is. A large file scribe will take up more memory and take longer to use. The size of a rendered video depends on the length of, and number of elements in, a scribe. It can also be varied by the quality setting you choose.

Tips for making the file size smaller

  • Reduce the number of elements in your scribe
  • Make your scribe shorter
  • Set the quality setting lower when you render the video
  • Rendering the video in Quicktime (MOV), AVI or WMV formats may reduce the size
  • Converting the video to a Mpeg file will reduce the file further. To do this, you need third party video converting software.

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