5) repeat steps 2-4 for any additional groups of elements.
also you can drag blue guide lines from the top and left sides of the canvas to keep track of horizontal and vertical measurements
If you have trouble with any of the steps you may want to watch the tutorial videos on the instant answers page to familiarize yourself with basic features of the program.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
I've found that it's quite helpful to copy and paste text in VideoScribe to maintain a certain size throughout. For images it's similar but if you wish to change the image to something new, you can copy and paste as before then replace the new image (go into the image properties and it's the bottom left button in the properties window). Your zoom level could be changing through the use of the mouse scroll wheel; ctrl+z does not undo this action, it only undoes actions such as image rotation and image placement. If you look at the bottom left of your canvas you'll see your zoom percentage. I've found it helpful if I place the first image I want for a scene at the zoom level I want, and set the camera on that image asap. This way I can always go back to that scene's camera placement for the other images within that scene, and also as safety if I zoom or move the canvas accidentally.
Hi, I'm putting together tutorials and need to duplicate images but keep them the same size and in the same place on the page. I'm finding it difficult to match image and font size as well as create a uniform layout throughout the scrie - so it looks a bit messy :)
are there any tools I can use? Thank you in advance