Create Instructional Handwriting Videos with Scribl

Scribl is a free and open source educational video making application for Linux. Using Scribl you can make easy animated Handwriting Instructional videos for your video project or tutorial. It is written using Rust and released under open source Apache License 2.0. It comes in three drawing modes draw in super slow motion, Draw in slow motion and Draw in real time.

You can also set fade effect, add and record audio with your video. It also comes with de-noising and speech detection options. You can export your video in mp4 file format.

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Install Scribl on Ubuntu Linux

Scribl is available as a flatpak package from flathub for Linux system. You can install it via the terminal software. Press ctrl+alt+t to open terminal or you can also open it from the applications menu. In terminal run below Scribl flatpak installation command. If you don’t have flatpak and flathub in your system first install flatpak and restart your system. After that try to install Scribl.

flatpak install flathub ink.scribl.Scribl

Open Scribl via below command.

flatpak run ink.scribl.Scribl

That’s it.

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