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I'm new to videoScribe, I need some pointers

 I know how to set up the first slide.

How do I set up the second slide, the third slide, etc.

How do I keep the different slides from showing up all on one screen?

Thank you!


There are no slides. There is one big canvas or "whiteboard". Just add images and  set a camera position for each image.

related threads and links:
videoscribe bootcamp sessions

-Mike (videoscribe user)


Thank yo so much Mike! These are exactly the instructions that I needed! Signe


How do I consolidate each slide into a powerpoint?

For instance I have 1,2,3,4,.5 slides etc and I want to export each one on the same powerpoint, whats happening is that everytime I export it exports to its on powerpoint instead of each one being together

In general, you don't make  separate scribes for separate images. You make one scribe with all of your images in it, then you export the whole scribe to a powerpoint file.

...unless you actually WANT a separate movie file for each image.. in which case you probably need to pay for a pro membership to export a bunch of individual MOV or AVI or WMV videos and then manually import them into the same powerpoint presentation.

-Mike (videoscribe user)
Yes, i have paid for the pro so each one will be a movie file?
Each scribe will be a movie file IF you follow the steps required to render each  each one as a separate movie file.

A scribe can contain one element (image or text) or multiple elements.

As I mentioned. USUALLY, you add all of your images and text to one scribe and move the camera from image to image and save it all as one movie or one powerpoint file with a movie embedded in it.
videoscribe will not automatically divide you scribe up into multiple movies and put them all in one powerpoint file. it will crete one video and put it in a powerpoint file

if for some reason you WANT a separate movie for each image then you will have to make a separate scribe for each image and render each one as a movie and manually put them all into a powerpoint file (I think you will need powerpoint software to do that.)


related links:



How to Render and share scribes

hope that helps,

-Mike (videoscribe user)

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