Is it possible to convert images from the Internet or taken by a smartphone into a drawing by Scribit?
With the first version of the App, you will be able to choose among hundreds of pre-loaded drawings, write text and instruct Scribit to draw your selfie.
You can also upload your personal designs from the platform you can find at upload.scribit.design.
Can I upload my personal designs to Scribit?
Yes you can. To do so, go on upload.scribit.design and login with your credentials.
You will then be able to upload SVG files which will be instantly visualized in the Scribit app, under the section "Uploaded". Make sure you downloaded the latest version of the Scribit app.
What kind of image formats can Scribit use?
Scribit's software will allow you to import the following file formats: .svg, .png, .ai, .jpeg.
All the files will be converted to an SVG, which is the file format that Scribit will process. If you upload directly an SVG, your design will not undergo conversion.
Is there a catalog of images?
We have a catalog of 100+ images (and steadily growing) by artists from all over the world. You can choose from different categories, styles and special content directly from the App.
How is the picture being sent from the App to the robot? Do I need to have Wi-Fi for Scribit to work?
Scribit works using Wi-Fi: the first time you connect it to the same Wi-Fi network, your smartphone will see it and pair with it through the Scribit App. Starting from that moment, you will have full control of everything that Scribit will do.
Scribit needs Wi-Fi to communicate to our server and enable features like “Your Scribit account”, “Connect your Scribit”, browsing images, widgets, Scribit's settings and Over the Air Software updates.
How many Scribit robots I can use per account; How many users can access one Scribit robot?
You can have many devices associated with one account only, but you can not have multiple users for one Scribit.
Will the App mobile allows for layering of images, where more than 4 colors are needed in the same image?
We are willing to consider this option, to be implemented in future releases.