Here is a fade in fade out test using only videoscribe and 3 images off the internet:Easy to do, but requires 3 copies of each image being faded.Scribe file is also attached-Mike (videoscribe user)
That's very cool Mike, I never would have though of fading the background image for the fade-out.
Freshdesk removed the ability to embed YouTube videos in forums a while ago. I'm not sure of the reason.
2 years, and we still don't have fade in or out. It's an essential tool. Please include it. We need it!
They are not even adding new features for a long time. They are cash cowing.
Not sure if you have seen our latest Scribing Tip but may be of interest - http://blog.videoscribe.co/scribing-tip-how-do-you-get-an-image-to-fade-out/
You can just reverse the process to get a fade-in effect
Same here: the fade in / fade out feature is something we need ALL THE TIME.
The video you ve posted works but:
- It doesnt work with texts
- It takes 2 minutes to do a basic affect that should be achieved in one second..
Please update :)
I m thinking about buying the software but I m very disappointed if we re not getting this tool.
Here here. Still missing this pretty vital and fundamental feature. I can wipe a whiteboard but not this. :)
Two years since this thread was started. Is videoscribe even still developed/maintained?
This is a basic feature. The above tip sure works, but it is not reasonable that this should be needed.
Watched the FADE OUT tutorial... it reminded me of a World Rally navigator...
"From Main Control 1 (start), 100 metres straight to a kink left, severity 2... 100 metres, kink right severity 2... 200 m, square left (90°)... 100 m, kink right severity 4... 50 m, Jump (caution!) into immediate right hand bend severity 2 tightens (caution, don't cut [the corner, due to hazard on the inside]!)... 100 m, oversquare right... 400 m, flat (maximum speed) into crest into kink left severity 4... 100 m to Main Control 2 (finish)"
At least it's possible... might go ahead and rent it...
Thank you, again...
Jake West-Sooby: Do you have any advice for alternative software? I'm having a big project coming in February and considering all the problems with VideoScribe I'm not sure I want to use this software anymore...
Explaindio.com is lower cost (<$60) and has more features. Plus the user interface is far more intuitive in my opinion. I'll be interested to see if this response gets posted though.