When I logged into VideoScribe, all of my files were missing. I saved them onto the VideoScribe application, so I know that it is not saved onto the computer (since I had been able to open the videos multiple times before). I saved many times, to ensure that the files would not disappear, but they were all gone. I tried looking in the cloud, but when I click the cloud, there are no files.
My free trial is still active for about 2 days.
When you save scribes in the VideoScribe application you are saving them onto the computer. Are you logging into VideoScribe on the same computer that the scribes were created on? You must also be logging in to the same computer User account that you created the scribes in.
Oh, okay, I see.
This is what the screen looks like right after I log in. The 2 current scribes that are present are the new ones that I made. The original ones are still gone, and I am missing 2.
The two boxes that are present on your videoscribe were on my account for the first couple of times that I logged in, however, when I logged in and found that they were all missing, the two boxes were gone (the youtube one and the one next to it).
Thank you for your help.
This just happened to me too. Is there any solutions to recover your lost work saved within the app. Used the same login, same computer - did nothing different than usual.
Mike - The software is buggy. I've lost many scribes before. It's not good and they need to address it. End of story. Users shouldn't have to do a bunch of workarounds because the software can't do the very basic thing of not losing the project files.
I agee with Andrew, the user should not be responsible for something the app should be doing. The app has also stopped auto saving while I work even though I have changed my settings within the app. The other query I have is why one cannot access the raw data file for the scribe files that are missing - surely it should be somewhere on your computer??? All my files disappeared except my very first videos I worked on and I did nothing different.
If you have reviewed all the possible scenarios about what could have happened to your scribes in this thread and none of them apply, please raise a support ticket and we can look into this in more detail for you.
I found a solution which worked for me. The projects seem to be saved here:
They're saved as zip files. If you open VideoScribe and click on the import button at the bottom/left, choose one of the zip files and hopefully that will open up the project. It did for me.
Surprised that I haven't seen this solution brought up by the Videoscribe team... since SO many people are missing their projects.
Andrew Kenned can't find any zip files in the cache folder you mentioned above.