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VideoScribe tutorial 1 – Creating your first scribe

Last updated: 2 June 2017

This video will take you through how to navigate the key features of VideoScribe and create your first scribe.

*Please note, on your Free trial you will only be able to save a video as a PPTX file, to Youtube or Facebook. FLV rendering was replaced by AVI in version 2.3

  1. Getting started – introduction to VideoScribe (00:11)
  2. Adding elements – using library images and text (01:59)
  3. Saving your project – save and export options (10:08)
  4. Adding audio tracks – voiceovers and soundtracks (13:53)
  5. Publishing your scribe – creating and sharing video files (18:00)


This worksheet contains diagrams and text of the main topics covered in the video.

Worksheet tutorial 1 (PDF)
All tutorial worksheets (PDF)


Example scribe video

Additional guides and tutorials

The next video tutorial: VideoScribe tutorial 2 – Tuning your scribe

If you have not yet installed VideoScribe see Download and install VideoScribe – Mac or Download and install VideoScribe – PC.

If you are having trouble finding VideoScribe after installing it see Find VideoScribe on your computer and open it

Other helpful articles related to the topics discussed in this video:

For help with creating new scenes see Setting the camera to create scenes

The Import images process has changed slightly since this video was made.

Find out how to Save scribes on your computer and online

Here's all the details you need to be able to Record a voiceover

Finished your project and want to share your work our then find out how to Render and share scribes

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