I am new here , i want to make white board animation for math that is algebraic
equation , but dont understand how can i do this.
Please help me if anybody know this.
In the Library there is a folder called 'Education: Maths'. Note that this is a Pro library: it is not available on the trial.
You can type one letter in the text window and make it large, for an 'a', 'b', 'x' etc.
There are also a good deal of arrows and process elements in 'Process'. This is generally available.
You can also draw your own images if you wish
So if upgrade to PRO , can we write 1/2 or sq root sign. I see the font package in the trial but it's not working now! Is that going work if I update it to pro. Please advise!
Yes, I installed the font which has some math icon to it, but what ever I type it shows same icons. Please see the attachment.
I know, but what ever I type in "your message" it shows the same symbols that Its not related what I type. For example, if I type "Hello" it shows four symbols, I did import all type of characters.
I tried numbers too. For example, when I type 1/2 + 1/7 =, I will get the attachment symbols. I think I am missing something here! or it should be like this. Please advise!
I know how to change the font, and print 1/2, but I would like to be able to type or print 1/2 as it shows in font. Or be able to show square root 21 or 4 square root 12 ,.... or any other basic algebra.
Any body from support can answer my above questions?
I have the same request for basic math symbols. I can't even figure out how to draw a line. I spent 2 hours trying to do a long division symbol. The " )" part is simple -- but you can't draw a line! It is not in the library and you can't import or copy/paste from Word. I have the paid version.
Thanks for your question.
At present mathematical terms are not part of the font options.
There is a work around for this although it requires a few steps.
There is a website called CodeCogs which allows you to create Mathematical terms as SVG files.
You can then import the files into VideoScribe although I would recommend that you use the Move in option rather than the draw option for these items.
If you would like them to draw, You will likely need to edit the files further
Once you have created the terms you want, you will need to make a few adjustments to the file using an SVG editing tool like InkScape (free) or Adobe Illustrator.
In InkScape you can open load the file your created.
Select the whole item and then select 'Path' at the top menu
If you then Select Object to Path, this will enable you to set the stroke to a colour e.g. Black.
Save this file and you will be able to import it into VideoScribe as an image.
It will give you a result similar to the attached file.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.