I don't understand what you're saying.
If you think your problem is something else, then maybe link to a
youtube video of it , or save it as a .scribe file and attach it here.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
I googled "videoscribe camera" and found a brief tutorial showing how to make the presentation work the way it should. However, when I click on the camera icon, it seems to be disabled. I am using a free trial. Do I have to buy a subscription?
In my opinion, I should not have been allowed to run into this problem. Videoscribe should have informed me about these things in one of its tutorials. It seems to me that a lot of potential customers will encounter the same things I did and develop the same negative impressions I did. Also, it doesn't make sense that I should have to "set the camera" for each of the elements I want to add to my drawing. That's just a weird concept. And if the camera is disabled in the free trial, I would suggest popping up a bubble message whenever the camera is clicked, saying "This feature is available in the paid version."
I did have an element selected when I clicked the camera icon. The camera icon was not grayed out at the time. It turned red when I hovered over it or clicked it.
There is no point in talking any further about this. I am finished trying to use VideoScribe and I'm moving on to another approach to getting the job done. Thanks anyway.
I am trying VideoScribe for the first time. I want to draw a graph. So I have the vertical and horizontal axes drawn, then I want to add dots. That gives rise to the first question: I see how I can add a circle. How can I make this a filled-in circle? So I have placed 3 circles on the screen and positioned them as desired. When I click Play, the vertical and horizontal axes get draw, then are swept away, then my first circle gets drawn, then it gets swept away. And so on. How can I keep these items in view and let them accumulate?