You can purchase thousands of VideoScribe-ready SVGs from SVG Studio and we have the Community Exchange service within the software to allow private illustrators to sell their work as well. The issue with other SVGs is that VideoScribe does need certain drawing techniques and setting to guide the hand well and produce a smooth result. Some of our customers may have come across a source I am unaware of though so you have certainly done the right thing in asking the question
You may find our Create your own images page useful and also this YouTube video which one of our customers has created to walk you through image creation. One of our regular customers also has a forum post on tips and settings needed with SVGs to make them draw well in the application.
I would like to begin creating SVG illustrations for the VideoScribe community but couldn't find any info on how to get started with this. Where can I learn more about the Community Exchange? I was also wondering if I can sell the images I create through the exchange services?
Hi there! Since the graphics on Videoscribe library are so limited, I sometimes search for graphics on Google and import in to VS. However, the downside of getting graphics from different external sites makes the video look incohesive.
Is there an SVG library that you guys can recommend that has a diverse library of different kinds of graphics?