How to save videos on a computer ? please help

  • How to save videos on a computer ? please help

  • If you are using a free trial, you cannot render video files to your computer. You can render video to youtube, facebook and powerpoint.

    Pro (paying) members can save videos in AVI MOV and WMV format.
    The process is described in several of the tutorials and videos on the Instant Answers page. Here is one of the videos.

    -Mike (videoscribe user)


  • I have a subscription but still don't see the file icon to save this locally. How do you get this to save to my computer? Also your Instant Answer link is not working.

  • Select Publish which is the icon in the top right of the screen when you have your scribe open. 

    You can then select the icon on Create a Video screen that looks like a floppy disk and USB Flash Drive

    This opens the Create a Video File window, the bottom box on which is a file path to the storage location. You can click on this to browse to a different location

  • I have save the video into powerpoint but, I cant open the video. "Playback Error". so, what should I do? I need the video now... :(

  • you could try updating your powerpoint viewer

    you could Google "powerpoint Playback Error"

    you could publish to facebook or to youtube

    you could try playing the powerpoint file on a diferent computer

    -Mike (videoscribe user)


  • how to joined all videos as one video ??


  • in general, you don't make multiple videos and then join them...

    This is what you should do:
    you open videoscribe,
    you start a new project
    you import one or more elements and arrange them on the canvas
    then you click and drag the "canvas" to move the "camera" to a blank part of the canvas
    then you add more elements and arrange them
    then you repeat the process of moving the canvas (or "camera") and adding more elements until you are finished
    then you save your project
    then you render/publish a video and everything is in one video

    The tutorials and videos on the INSTANT ANSWERS page may explain the process more clearly
    you can also use a search on youtube or google to learn more about the process.

    -Mike (videoscribe user)


Login to post a comment