For my videos - which include a verbal script recorded by me in Audacity, and of course the animation itself, I usually go in this sequence:
Write the script itself (in the left grid of a 2-column Evernote table), and at the right of each section of text ( I try to organize the script into logical parts ), I have a list of the animation images that will appear during that text ).
Then I record the audio script itself, using Audacity, and edit/fix after that's done.
Then I'm in Videoscribe, working on all of the animation for entire video, but not really setting the animation and pause timings, just yet anyway.
And *then* I go ahead and set the voice over, pulling in my mp3 from its folder. I hit the play button just to get a first glimpse of how much more there is to do.
And then I finally go through the how-many-second duration settings for all of the animation images, until I get the timing correct, and the whole thing plays synchronized.
Forgot to mention that I was wondering if anyone creates their videos in the same way ( can't edit your own post here ? )
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