Please watch this video at 5:27 if do not understand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kdy6z2L30jk
I am looking for an app on ipad that will work the same way as Idraw Desktop and his bamboo pad.
HELP? I am a newbie. I have some artistic skills but certainly not an expert. I want to be able to use my Ipad and Hex 3 pen to create my drawings to be imported into V.S after converted into a .SVG. I want to draw on ipad as you would any of the non vector but still remember all the strokes so I can convert to svg for video scribe? Is this possible or is their no way without having to retrace paths in Illustrator? Does no ipad app exist that can remember the strokes taken and be exported to .Svg?
I have tried
Adobe ideas app. - I can get a Svg file, but when I import it. Video scribe first outlines the vector line and at the end of draw. then fills in the lines color. I saw this was a problem with desktop Illustrator and solution was to make sure to use pencil. Tried many different tests and does not work with the ipad app. (see pic provided)
vector only controls. Cant free hand no pencil tool.
IDRAW? Have not purchased. Does this have a pencil tool that allows me to freehand and export a svg or at least import to Illustrator with stroke info, so I don't have to retrace it in Illustrator? And if it has the pencil tool will the same thing happen as Adobe ideas with the outline prob.
Thanks so much for your answers!
I think you asked this in a support ticket so just to re-iterate my suggestion (so it does not look like we are ignoring you).
There are not really any iPad compatible SVG apps we could recommend. iDraw seems to be a popular choice.
You are probably better asking this kind of question on a forum specific to vector graphic creation.
I did get your message and it did not address the problem in much detail, so I posted to the community as you asked me to. I thought maybe you did not understand my problem? The problem is that the IPAD apps i tried export the file fine but VS keeps tracing the out line of the vector and then fills it all in at the end. I noticed others complained about this happening with Desktop programs and the solution is to use the pencil tool (illustrator) not the other brushes. I saw that video. There has got to be a program that allows me to use my Ipad to create simple drawings that draw properly in video scribe? I need the mobility of the ipad to create my drawings before putting the whole thing together on my desktop VS program. I was trying to ask if IDraw Ipad app had the right pencil tool that you guys said we had to use? Was not going to pay $15 for the app if It had the same problem all the other IPAD apps did. Can you guys test it? as I am sure you guys have these apps for testing and I just need to know as there are no videos that address this problem on IPADS
Thanks very much.
Thanks for answering me. I did try and find a trial but Indeeo the creator of Idraw does not offer a Ipad app trial or lite free version that I could see. I think the answer is to create my drawings on the ipad and then send them to illustrator or Idraw desktop where I create another layer and simulate the draw path that video scribe will use. Only option I guess.
Thanks Nikolaj very much for taking the time to answer this question in detail. I am a bit confused but will step by step write it out and see if I can figure it out. Can I skype you?
Chris Durrer Queensland Australia (skype)
I would be extremely appreciative of a step by step explanation or a video showing the steps but I know these things take a lot of time. So if you prefer skype to keep it faster please contact me on the name I listed last message. Once I understand, I may make a video tutorial how to for others. I would like to find an answer quickly as I am approaching a deadline.
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