SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 the Import Files Feature (Part 1) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

flexistarter importing files tool

When it comes to importing files in SAi FlexiSTARTER 19, there are a few commonalities between them all.

So to have an overview of the process of importing files are a good place to start, then once we have the basic knowledge behind the belt we can look at all the different file formats.

This video is part of a mini-series.
Next video covers Importing Adobe Illustrator Files (AI).

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Video Transcript

Uh, hey, guys. In today's video, we'll be looking at how to import files in flexi Starter. But let's have a quick intro first. Mm, So today's video can be final softwaretraining.co.za will see it on Saturday. We do have a variety of different Softwares we cover, and also we upload them daily. So just give our idea for any new content. Otherwise we're back in the programme. Yeah. Now this will be a miniseries on importing files as there's quite a a few important 12, 4 months to cover. But today I'll just be showing your overview, and then we will create a mini serious. Like I said, we cover some more with details now, First of all, we want to locate our import, um button, which in our case, will be under standard bar here, Standard toolbar if for some reason you do not see this bar, I know I mentioned this a lot, but you can always go to view two bars and then under the two options, you make sure your standard is selected. Then we can sit down here and then we navigate to the fourth icon she'll be importing. If you just hover your mouse, then you will see it says the import. So if we click that it will bring us our import, uh, pop up box and another way we can do this. We go on top of it file, then we navigate down until we find import. As you can see, there is no shortcut queue for that. Once again, if you click that, bring us our input proper box when you select the graphics you want, and then if we go here under the actual file type or type of files of type rather weird way to put it. But in any case, so then under year, as you can see, there's quite a lot of different options we do have today. We'll just leave it on all readable files or select the softwaretraining.co.za logo. And we say, Import Now you can obviously go here, too, preview or link. So if you preview, then you can actually see preview of the file. So if it's not displaying a thumbnail and if it supports and then link, what this will do is we'll not embedded into your main project farm. So let's say you have your project and you've got the folder for assets or so forth. You can always link it. But then, if you do copy that file to anyone, you have to make sure you copy the assets folder as well. So we'll make your overall project felt smaller. But it will not embed the graphics that you've imported into your project. So if you're just using it as a reference, I would say link it. If it's a part of your design at the end, then you can leave the link off. In any case, with the graph selected to import, give us this blue box where we wanna put this graphics. And then why don't you like we like it? You can want, you know where you want it. You can just click, and then same with your selection tool. You can move this around because it's basically like a normal shape that you can change and scale and so forth. Otherwise, yeah, that is the basics on importing a file or rather, overview. So if we had here to start with training, uh, you guys will notice. Um, like I mentioned, we've got a variety of different Softwares to discover you're also able to isolate your search. If you look for anything specific and if you still run dry after a search, let's go. You requested training video and then we will make that for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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