CREATING CUSTOM ANIMATED SVGS FOR VIDEOSCRIBE
In this class, you will learn how to create your own vector SVG images or to use purchased vector images for use in VideoScribe or other whiteboard animation software.
We will be using Adobe Illustrator and VideoScribe. This class assumes you have some working knowledge of each piece of software. By the time you finish this class you’ll know how to create an animated SVG from a purchased or hand-drawn vector image, how to speed up or slow down the animation, how to add color, and how to either have the color load in or be ‘scribbled in’ on screen.
Lesson 1: Finding your ideal vector image
Lesson 2: How your vector will be rendered in VideoScribe
Lesson 3: Two ways to add color to your vector file
Lesson 4: Tracing a photo to create a vector image
Lesson 5: Creating text to use as an animated SVG in VideoScribe
Lesson 6: Modifying images from the VideoScribe library
Lesson 7: Overview and class project
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- Adobe Illustrator (begin a free trial here)
- VideoScribe (begin a free trial here)
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