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Buy VideoScribe now and get Tawe free!

What extra features are in VideoScribe compared to the free trial?

Buying VideoScribe means you can use your scribes commercially, remove the logo watermark, work offline, and set resolution up to HD. You can export your videos as WMV, MOV and AVI movies and PNG or JPG sequences. Premium images in the gallery are available to buy and you can render your videos and share them easily via video website

Is it worth buying VideoScribe for only one project?

Yes – simply pay monthly and cancel your subscription when your project is done. You can always resubscribe later and none of your work will be lost. Because we’re pretty sure that once you’ve made one scribe, you’ll be hooked!

So there’s no long-term contract?

No. You can cancel recurring payments at any time without penalty. You will still have use of VideoScribe until the next payment would have been due.

What's Tawe?

Tawe (pronounced 'tour') turns photos into catchy videos or unique presentations – great for quickly animating sketchnotes or diagrams. When you buy VideoScribe, you get Tawe at no extra cost. It will be available to download from your account page.

Can I use VideoScribe on more than one computer?

Yes. You can download VideoScribe to all of your computers and log in with your single Sparkol account. You can only be logged in on one computer at a time though.

What payment types do you take?

We accept all major credit and debit cards or you can pay via PayPal.

Do you have discounts for education?

Yes, big ones! You can get whole-school licences for a fraction of the cost of individual licences. Apply for education licences.

I want to buy licences for my whole team. Can I have a discount?

Sure! Buy discounted packs of 5, 10 or 20 licences or send us an enquiry if you want even more.

Why do you guys spell ‘licence’ funny?

Because we’re British. Sorry about that.