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Is the thai language working in VideoScribe ?

Good afternoon,

We would like to use VideoScribe with the thai language and alphabet.

But as we have tried different kinds of font-imports, copy-paste, etc..., and read the community feeds, I think this is not possible without this time-consuming "SVG" procedure. Is it right ?

Can you suggest another possibility ? That would be great if we could do that easily and quickly !

If it is not yet possible, could you please add this feature in the next version of VideoScribe ? That would be very useful, and as it is already works with arabic, cyrillic, chinese..., I guess it should not be such a big difficulty to integrate it in thai ? 


Thank you ! :)


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We are currently developing a complete overhaul of the font system. Part of this work will include more foreign language support so watch this space!


Until then I'd suggest hand drawing text as images as probably being the easiest way to go.

Do you have any updates on the Thai font issue? How soon can we expect support for the Thai language?

I don't think there is any new information yet.

Here is a review of the way you can make your text as SVG images (requires more effort but looks great if done right) in case you are interested: Make Any Font, Text or Equation Draw Well (2016)

-Mike (videoscribe user)

 

Thank you!

Greetings, I am also interested in Thai support since many of the scribes I do for my company require translation to Thai, but the SVG process is not an option for me, because I have no idea of Thai and I just simply need to copy/paste from the files the translator sends me. 


Please, since you already support Hebrew, cyrillic (?), Arabic and other languages, could you please help me? 

Updated version of the thread: Make Any Font, Text or Equation Draw Well (2017)

NOTE: You can do the first three steps and then save an SVG without any understanding of the language that you have copy.pasted.

NOTE: The only option easier than that, is to copy/paste your text into any image editing program and save it as a jpg or png.

those options will probably not "draw" very well, but they would be fine for "move-in"

NOTE: in that same thread you will also see Otto's post about his program that makes text SVGs, you could try that too. It has not been officially screened or approved by sparkol but some users have given it positive feedback.

-Mike(videoscribe user)


 

Thanks a lot for your reply Mike. I was trying to avoid the svg method since I'm not very good with design software and instead of just endorsing a third party software, Sparkol should really implement the language support. 


I'll give it a try, but not as a happy person. 


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