I am doing a simple line cartoon in Illustrator and then saving it as an SVG. When I import it to videoscribe one if two things keep happening.
1. It draws double lines of the original before converting them to solid black at the end.
2. The image appears in videoscribe as a jagged ground of lines.
How can I get it to draw what I can see in Illustrator?
On Sun, 13 Aug, 2017 at 10:54 PM
THIS IS WHAT THE IMAGE LOOKS LIKE
On Sun, 13 Aug, 2017 at 11:29 PM
The simplest solution is to use the pen or pencil tool with a basic stroked path.
No paintbrush no calligraphy pen no styles etc.
Be sure to use the correct save settings if you use illustrator CC
Hi, I exported the SVG from the .scribe file you attached and hopefully the exported SVG matches your original SVG exactly. Your save settings appear to be correct or close enough. Don't forget to delete your hidden jpg image before saving your svg. It just increases the file size.
You did not use the pen or pencil tool with a BASIC stroked path for the SVG that is in front of me, and that is the root of the problem. If you made another SVG correctly, then you did not import it successfully into the scribe you attached to this thread.
If you close your AI file and open your SVG file in illustrator, I think you will see that the paths are all filled instead of stroked in the SVG.
usually that means you used the paintbrush or the blob brush, but it could also be another tool with a style applied.
if you open your AI file and select all of the paths and then click the "remove brush strokes" icon at the bottom of your brushes menu, it might convert everything to basic stroked paths (depending on which tool you originally used).