This has been discussed before, but here it is all in one place:
I needed to scribe a lot of words and images on a complex block diagram. Each word was crafted of individual hand-drawn letters, which in turn were made up of up to three strokes. This involved a lot of copying and pasting within Illustrator. Since VideoScribe's drawing order uses the path creation order from Illustrator, the objects scribed in essentially random order when first imported into VideoScribe.
Here's how to fix it:
Hi Dave, thanks for sharing your experiences and providing this tip!
Hi. Thanks for the tip. It really works if you implement in that way. but I have a different situation.
Is there anyway : we can make Sparkol draw the layer at the bottom later than a layer (or sublayer) above it ? I have to put coloring below the object and want it to appear later.
You can do that one of two ways:
I'll give it a try. Thanks.