Sorry that you are having these issues. If you follow Mike's suggestions we will be able to look into this for you.
Please view the following video:
My underlying concern is creating small enough svgs that they will be quality and not too big. I haven't been able to confirm a consistent dimension (as every time I ask the question or research, a different answer is provided) and it takes a lot of time to save files for the video (when you have nearly 100).
Can you please suggest which type of SVG file setting should be used:
SVG tiny 1.1
SVG tiny 1.1 +
SVG basic 1.1
SVG tiny 1.2
I also tried using SVG cleaner. Which successfully made my files smaller, they aren't animating correctly (the transparent lines across the image are incomplete) or could be the cause of the anomalies as seen in this video.
thanks for your response, I have changed this post to a support ticket.
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