You could also export the SVG file from VideoScribe and remove the transparent paths using Illustrator or Inkscape and then bring your modified SVG back into VideoScribe. We have an article called Fill an image using the hand and you are basically looking to remove the bit that this article tells you how to create
Try changing the units of the SVG to pixels (px) in the Document properties in Inkscape.
Also make sure that the stroke width is set to pixels:
Save and reimport into VideoScribe. You still may get a bit of thickening but it will be less than before.
We have now released VideoScribe version 3.2.0 where any transparent strokes will be ignored during the morph so you will no longer see the black lines over images set to morph that have a transparent reveal stroke over them.
Download version 3.2.0 from your account page. | View Release Notes for v3.2.
I'm new to video scribe and quite struggling with the not-so-intuitive workflow...
One of the problems is when I try to move an item via morphing as explained in your tutorial (4 with the mug): a black line pops up over the line during morph?
It looks - also during the 'drawing' phase - as if a thicker mask-line is used?
Only I didn't draw a thicker transparent line or something like that??
I made just one single line, drawn in Illustrator. In orange, to see the difference with black lines from Videoscribe.
I have tried to illustrate in the attached jpg.
Hope someone can help me.
Thanks a lot.