if you see the ladies face compared to the wedding couple. the wedding couple lines are black and sharp but the ladies face is a little blurry and i noticed the lines are smaller than the original inkscape picture
1) the lines are all drawn in 1pt, the .133 is the px (not that i have any idea what these mean)
2) the screen shot is the exact same file its just i trace the picture using the bezier tool then hide the 'original picture layer' before importing it (this normally works although im not sure if its the best way)
layer 1 - original picture
layer 2 - traced outline using bezier tool
layer 3 - remaining detailed lines using bezier tool
3) read the whole thread (installed old inkscape version)
4) im not sure what you mean by a 'higher default quality' please explain
it seems that no matter how i change the lines (thick or thin) everytime i import the svg its appearing exactly the same. not sure what the error is here
I wouldn't recommend setting the quality higher than about 2000 for individual images or about 1000 for most images due to the increase in memory usage.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
it seems that illustrator and inkscape are displaying different things with the same file (which probly isn't too productive when trying to find a solution).
sorry i never attached the files i altered later on after changes made with older version etc
its all good though i read some other articles here about lines being too small and not scaling properly so i opened a new inkscape file in 1920 by 1080 and just manually blew up the picture as it was imported into the new page really, really tiny. that seemed to do the trick.
sorry to be a nuisance
I've been drawing images in inkscape and importing them into videoscribe (just basic black line drawings) but sometimes when i import them they are appearing grey not black, not sure what I've done. The grey makes it appear faint and not drawn well.
normally when i draw a picture in inkscape i find a picture off the internet then trace it