I am new to Video Scribe using Pro version on a Mac. I created a file and it would not export to a .mov. I read where if you had too many large files or too many camera shots the file would not render to a .mov, so I replaced many pictures with smaller files, and I removed many camera shots. The file would still not render. I then removed many frames using the "cut" feature. I removed frames in stages and tried to render the file after cutting it down severe times. I eventually cut it to one frame just to see what would happen, and it would not render even one frame. Also, I can't load this file to the cloud. Also, when I export the file to an external hard drive and try to open it using Video Scribe, I am taken to the page in VS where other files are listed and it will not open the file. Thanks for your help.
I was able to diagnose the problem. It was with the audio file. I took off the audio and solved the rendering problem. I am now experimenting with why the audio file is causing a problem. The audio file is 32 MB. I successfully rendered a scribe that had a 26MB file. Any ideas?
I figured it out. The audio file was too large. I split the scribe and audio into two parts and it worked great. I will now attempt to join the two parts with iMovie.
May I ask you how you split the scribe? Did you create two different ones or successfully found a way to split it. I don't want to lose the fluidity of the music and audio.
Acabo de comprar la versión de VideoScribe de 29 dólares y no puedo exportar a MOV. Qué debo hacer?
¿Qué sucede cuando intenta exportar como MOV?
¿Ves mensajes de error?
Puede guardar el escriba en su directorio en línea (icono de la nube) y háganos saber el nombre para que podamos echar un vistazo.