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.SCRIBE File Extension

File TypeVideoScribe Project

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What is an SCRIBE file?

A SCRIBE file is a project created by Sparkol VideoScribe, a program used to create animated whiteboard videos. It contains a project, which includes animations, images, audio, text, and project settings. SCRIBE files are used to share projects with other VideoScribe users to view and edit the same project.

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Screenshot of a .scribe file in Sparkol VideoScribe 3

SCRIBE file open in Sparkol VideoScribe 3

You can open a SCRIBE project in VideoScribe by selecting the import icon in the bottom left of the project screen, choosing the SCRIBE project you want to open, and then clicking Open.

You can create a SCRIBE project in VideoScribe by selecting the project you want to export, clicking the export icon in the bottom left of the project window, choosing the location to export the SCRIBE project, and then clicking Save.

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Updated 11/14/2018

About SCRIBE Files

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