The Transparency Tab as you can only imagine, has the option to set objects opacity, but what else does it contain?
When it comes to the second option which can be found under the Transparency Tab, this feature is most commonly associated with Raster type programs.
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Hi guys. Today's video flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at the Transparency Tab under the full and struck editor, but before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za ? Got See that Today we make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. And we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme. Yeah, now, yo, sorry. Something of my words yet just to remind that this is a a miniseries on the full and struck editor. And then I'll also leave relevant links and description to follow a lot. So now in today's video with the Transparency tab, this is quite a different one when it comes to victim type programmes. It's not something I see often Transparency Uh, all the opacity. Yes, you do about the blending mode to throw the new for me at least. So what it comes down to is on your fill and stroke editor, which, if you don't know how to locate it, to impress I or got to stand up to while you're on the top, left next to the undo and redo the second one from the redo. It is your full struck editor under that, The last tab. The third one is Transparency Tab. Then, as you can see here, we've got the blending mode and opacity mode. This will obviously only work if you have a shape selected, and most of the time we're blending mode. It's only more relevant for the shapes on top, with a capacity you can still use A blower shapes, but you don't quite get the same effect. So now we'll start with the passage because blending mode is kind of it's a bit more unique, so I'm not sure why they put capacity under it. But in some ways I do understand. So then, obviously capacity, we set this down. You can start seeing through the object, which is pretty cool, so you can imagine how you can have different types of shapes and objects with different transparency squared. Unique look then, um, it also helps sometimes if you want to see what's behind it while you're working and you can do that, I'm blending modes for those that are familiar with this. This is normally more in type, whereas the type programme. So let's say you have a drawing programme or you have some type of programme that works with art related stuff, then you'll be working with a lot of blending modes. And so most of you guys, it's used to that you'll be familiar with most of the types of options you get here. I am unfortunately gonna cover them. As you can see, quite a few so different recommend, if you're not sure, um, just a YouTube video on blending modes because there's different purposes for different ones, like there's multiply screen, which you will be more familiar with your let's say, aftereffects type effects. Then for drawing in that you've got overlay, you also use multiply. You've got colour light and dark. And so, as you can see, it's quite a few colour dodge from the famous Ross draws. Oh, no, not Roscoe's. Is the other one Ross something just in case he made that popular. But now I'll just say, for example, let's say you've got the shape in the background. Would select the foreground one of the new colour, and we set the colour mode here to or blending mode colour as you. Sorry, I keep doing that. It's the wrong but to exit. Okay, So as you can see now, we've got the shape with interesting shape, with a new colour where we didn't have to make a cut out of my two shapes. It's really just another shape over the shape with the blending mode. They obviously move this shape around and it will move the colour. So as you can imagine, you can do quite interesting designs with colour modes. And that's why I say it's not something you see often in vector programmes. And I did have not and but it is great to see it here in flex his start now, obviously you can use a combination of things and then just run through one or two like we're gonna lighten. We'll see enlightens the shape, Uh, some of them like Darken, it will darken the background as well by keeping the rate. So just keep that in mind if you obviously have to set this foreground colour so we make it something like grey, then it should be a bit more accurate to keeping the colour information. Once we set these modes and it should be the same blue. In essence, just lighten. I'm not sure if it works that well, in Vector it was the same as harassment programmes, but yeah, but like I said, the colour one for me personally, it makes a lot of sense that you as well, you know, kind of send it. Obviously. Now, just make it great, but yeah, otherwise, I can carry on quite a lot with that on that topic. Like there's so many different colour mode. Definitely if you're interested, uh, do some research on it with a different colour modes. And what are they good for? Because some will be used for lighting. Some will be used for, like I said colouring and so forth. But otherwise that is it. On the Transparency tab, it's a rather different take on blending modes or blending modes in vector programmes. And I think that also concludes our little miniseries on the fill and stroke editor. So yeah, thanks guys, for joining me. I do appreciate it. And then we head here to softwaretraining.co.za. That's the end of the day. We do have a variety of different Softwares. 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