VideoScribe 2.2.0 introduced thousands of new, premium images from professional artists into the image library.
Some premium images are free to download and others are available to buy.
Who can buy premium images?
Premium images are available to VideoScribe Pro users only.
You can’t use premium images during a free trial or if you have a company wide subscription.
How much do premium images cost?
Premium images are added to VideoScribe by professional artists who have signed up to contribute to our Community Exchange programme.
Community Exchange contributors decide how much to sell their images for. They can make images free to download if they wish.
Images shown with a red banner are available to buy. Simply click the image to see its price.
Images shown with a blue banner are free to download.
How do I buy an image?
To find and buy premium images in VideoScribe:
Click the Add image icon
Enter a term into the search bar - e.g. ‘animal’
Scroll past the free base library images until you see images with a red banner
Click on the image you want to buy
Tick the box to agree to the VideoScribe terms of service
Click the Buy Now button, then:
- If your payment details are set up in your Sparkol account, you will be asked to enter your VideoScribe password to confirm your purchase. Or:
- If your payment details are not set up, you will see a link to set up payment details in your Sparkol account. Once you’ve done this, you can return to VideoScribe and continue your purchase.
Once your payment is confirmed, click the tick icon on the confirmation message and the image will appear on your canvas.
How do I find and use the image later?
If you want to use your image again in your scribe, or in another project, you can.
You do not need to buy the image again. Your card will be charged again if you do.
There are 2 ways to do find and re-use your image:
(a) Click the Add image icon
(b) Click the Recently used images (history) icon
(c) Find your image - you may have to scroll through your history if you’ve used lots of images since using the one you’re looking for
or, if the image you want is not shown in your history:
(a) Open a scribe that contains the image
(b) Right click on the image and copy to clipboard
(c) Open the project you want to use the image in
(d) Right click and paste the image onto your canvas