I have purchased licenced Illustrator images and wish to convert these into SVG to use in my VideoScribe. When I use Illustrator to 'save as' SVG and insert this new SVG file into my VideoScribe, all I get is a black box. I suspect there is a step I need to use with the .ai image to flatten it out or make it less complicated, but have only the very basics of knowledge in Illustrator.Can someone help me please? I have purchased a substantial licenced images and wish to use these in a series of scribes.
Hi Mike, thanks for your help. I think I'm getting a general idea.
Is it possible to just replace the filled paths with strokes? I have done a bit of research, it seems like there's something simple I can do but I struggle with knowing the terminology to use when searching for tutorials on how?
It's frustrating, silly me I spent so much time and money to find the right images in .AI thinking I could easily transform them into .SVG and make a series of animated whiteboards. Now if I can't use these images, I'll have to start over.
I found it quite tricky to find good quality .SVG images without paying a total bomb for them. I've attached a sample .AI file of the character I'm want to build a range of animations on
Any tips at all are helpful.
I got a simple answer to my issue :) Support Desk at Video Scribe sent me this message in relation to using the 'save as' option to convert to SVG - it works a treat :) ... see attached
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