this is an issue we are aware of in the Beta version of VideoScribe 2.1. Our developers are working to fix this as soon as possible. Your workaround is a good solution for the time being and another workaround is to remove the voiceover and add it as a sound effect on the first element. The voiceover will play through the scribe as normal and the audio quality will be better.
Chris: It happened exactly to me when I was using the beta version (2.1). I reverted back to the 2.0.3 version and the audio still had errors: it would skip during my intro and then throughout the animation it would randomly skip (I uploaded an mp3 to Videoscribe to the music track since the file has a combined music & narrative track).
The work-around suggestion helped (added video and audio separately in iMovie) but wish it was fixed in Videoscribe soon.
Hi Lee, there has been an update to the Beta Version which can be downloaded from Your Account page in the usual way.
Please check the release notes before downloading and installing.
I installed the beta version of VideoScribe yesterday and I am enjoying exploring the new features. I created a new video and exported it in several different formats, and on every one there is intermittent static on the audio track.
The voice over track is a 44.1/16 mop3 and everything sounds great in the Videoscribe software, but no matter how I export it I get static.
Have you run into this on the beta release?