Another linux (Ubuntu x86_64 ) user having the same "To use offline mode, you must first log in ...". This means that exists an online mode? I'm very new to videoscribe and I can't find an online version of your product.
I've all stuff in my Ubuntu machine and will be very complicated to migrate to windows machine. If no online version is available, why not to create one? You could focus all your developing efforts in maintaining and expanding only one version of your product and not spread this effort in maintaining several developing branches based on the Operative System.
VideoScribe is an online tool however it does have an offline mode but that can only be accessed once you have logged-in online once from that device and checked the remember me box when doing so.
So that error means that you have not logged in before and cached your credentials so you must be online to log-in. If you have an internet connection then there will be a security setting on your computer stopping the application communicating with our servers and authenticating your account.
VideoScribe won't open – error message 'Without an internet connection you can only log in with your last used details' appears
Thanks Barry Radford for answering.
May be I'm stupid but i'm not able to see how to start my trial perido with the online tool. After register myself, I got an invitation to download videoscribe and start the free trial. When I log into my account (my.sparkol.com, I can see the summary, profile and services, but I don't know how I can goto the online tool. If I click in Videoscribe Free trial, I get this page:
Download VideoScribeLooks like you're on a mobile device. Looks like you're using an operating system not supported by VideoScribe.
We don't currently have a version of VideoScribe for you download and install.
To complete the download of VideoScribe, go to a PC or Mac computer and visit this page again. It's my.sparkol.com/download.
Log in with the details you gave when signing up.
You'll be making whiteboard videos in no time.
Can you kindly point me to the right direction to be able to use the online tool?
Unfortunately, no Linux support means you don't get my money.
The Videoscribe dont work in my Wine =/.
If Sparkol made a version for Linux, you gonna take my gratitude...
This feature request has been given a reference number of RR-784 by our development team. It will be considered for development in a future release of the software.
+1 Videoscribe was definitely my top pick until now, how disappointing. I'm now looking into other options with linux support, or cloud based.
Good call Mike. It is done;