View Full Version : Exporting a script to be used in Videoscribe -- possible?

07-02-2013, 05:47 AM
Here's hoping that one of the scripting boffins has figured this out. Is there a way to export a drawing so that it can be used in VideoScribe?

If you haven't encountered VideoScribe yet, it allows you to make really cool RSA-style drawing animation videos.

If you draw your picture in Illustrator or Inkscape, using a basic brush, VideoScribe will 'play back' the drawing, compressing it to fit whatever time you stipulate.

The key, of course, is that the file has to be a vector file.

So, I'm wondering if the ArtRage script captures information that can be converted to the vector file needed for VideoScribe.


Blue skies

07-31-2013, 07:04 AM
What kind of info sits in the replay script? Does it contain some sort of vector description which ArtRage then re-interprets as a set of instructions to redraw/paint whatever was there before? If it IS a vector set, then maybe it wouldn't be too hard to export the whole instruction set as an illustrator file? In the words of ignorant hopefuls the world over: "How hard can it be?"

10-22-2015, 03:04 PM
Is there a way to convert a arsscript to an acceptable you tube file video format. I am just a newbee at scripting but thought it would be fun. to show chapters of an art work in progress.



10-22-2015, 04:00 PM
ArtRage Script files are just a set of very specific instructions for ArtRage to follow. They aren't exportable as videos, but you can use a screencapture program to record the playback of the script in ArtRage.

12-02-2015, 11:29 PM
I'm new in this forum; I would ask about Videoscribe if is possible implement the export to swf format.

12-03-2015, 11:49 AM
Script files aren't video files of any kind, so they can't be converted to other file types.