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creating svg files

I've imported a jpg photo into inkscape and saved it as an svg file.  When I bring it into videoscribe, it doesn't allow the image to be drawn, it just shows up as a picture.  Any advice how to convert it to a file type that will draw.  I've done it before, but can't remember how to do it again.

Or you could import it straight into VideoScribe as a jpg and select one of the draw options presented by the software.

Haha Whoops! yes of course. The easiest method is to do what Matthew wrote, and see if you like the results. That's for version 2 of videoscribe, and version 1.3.26 has slightly different import/draw settings.

-Mike (somewhat forgetful user)


just my 2 cents

I'm pretty much a new-be but therefore looking around for what is the best process to generate proper SVG files. I found this here is being very helpful in contrast to Adobe Illustrator :-)

it is free, is very easy, and it comes up with the SVG codes you can paste into any notepad.


My Digital Footprint

Looks pretty good, thanks. Inkscape is another capable free SVG editor.

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