I don't have an iPad, but my suggestion is to put the SVG in a public folder in dropbox so you can create a direct link. I did a little search and found that you can just add "?raw=1" at the end of the dropbox link to make it link directly to the image. This might work with SVG images for videoscribe.
example of a direct linked png: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/100618/dropbox-get-link-screenshot.png?raw=1
No all SVGs are not videoscribe compatible. Different types of SVGs will produce a wide range of results. Related threads:
Instant Answer: create-your-own-images
community thread: How to make SVGs draw well?
community thread: iPad App SVGs
-Mike (videoscribe user)
Just tested this on the iPad and works fine.
I just tested it today and got an error "Unable to open the selected SVG image. Please try reimporting the SVG."
@Mike; do you have any other ideas for how to work only on IPad?
Note: the dropbox link in my previous reply is probably no longer valid because of changes made by dropbox.
I don't have an iPad, but please try the following links and let me know if any of them work on iPad.
1) The first one is the link created by dropbox when I clicked the SHARE button by an image in my Public folder and then clicked "create link" and "copy link": https://www.dropbox.com/s/po0r3qiviiableb/star.svg?dl=0
I don't think that one will work on ipad because the dl=0 parameter indicates "no DownLoads".
2) Maybe this will work with dl=1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/po0r3qiviiableb/star.svg?dl=1
3) Or this one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/po0r3qiviiableb/star.svg?raw=1
Thank You - thank you - Thank you!
The dl=1 worked!
Now I can do all my digital graphical work on IPad and my boss will be happy as well :-)