In some cases when you are working with detailed photographs, you might need to refine the image some more.
The Bitmap Handle Tool is designed for getting images even more ready for engraving within the program.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video to cut already works, we're gonna be looking at the bit map handle and you use it to clean up your image. Some model. But before that is a quick intro first, Mm, So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here now, just a quick reminder this season miniseries on engraving prep or prepping your image for engraving and I will also leave relevant links in the description that you are going to follow along. Now, in today's video, I'm gonna be looking at the bit map handles. You can use this to clean up the image some more if you need it. Unfortunately, image doesn't need anymore, but yeah, that is, the tool is going to be using if you want to. Now, you might also ask, Why can't you just use the bit map handle From the beginning, you could try, but the in general, the results are not quite as clean as first, making it more like sketch tight, where you're just playing with contrast and so forth. Then, yeah, I tend to be able to washed out for some reason. But any case, So what? We have years. We have a bit map selected. This is now cleaned up image. Then what we wanna do is go to our top main menu, go to handle and then we go Bit map, handle. We click that it's gonna ask us. They use RD image for processing this picture. I'm gonna say no. That is the internal you can almost say, like a form of image editor. Over here, we have a few options. We've got some basic information about the, um, image size in that Obviously the real project. I would like an image that's a little bit larger than this. And also yeah, and then under that, you've got the brightness and contrast. Now, you'll mostly be using this for cleaning up the image as you can increase and decrease this. But, uh, just keep something in mind. You will not see a change until you go to the bottom. You apply to view. So if we click that and then we will see updates as you make changes, contrast changes and so forth. You go apply to view and you can see the changes happen. And then under that, we've got in red colour. You wanted to try and isolate some of those lines and just invert it back again. We've got the set out book resolution. I'm just gonna leave my officer use the default, but you could change this as well. They've got a few different settings under that. Uh, if we enable this, we can see we can choose quite a few things. So I would say you could enable it and put grayscale on. Or black and white, one of these two if you're going to be working with it, If your thing is not crispy enough, you can always go shopping. But the process we took it should keep it quite crisp. Then, Uh, yeah, we've also got here if we can see so we can change that lines per inch. And, uh, yeah, and in general, like I said, the way we've set it up, it's quite nice. We actually don't need to open this at all. But sometimes if you did use a photo or image, you might want to use this to isolate even some more. Um, should I say bring some more weight back and some more contrast. And then when you finally ready, you can simply just go to okay, And then it will apply the changes for you, but yeah, that is, uh, on the map handle. Like I mentioned a can use this to stop clean up your image and in rare cases, you can use to put my panel by itself without having to use another programme to clean up huge. Otherwise, in the meanwhile, if we go here to softwaretraining.co.za hat you guys don't notice, you've got a variety of different software to cover. And also, you can isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the videos you're looking for, just go here, request a training video, filling the uniform, and then we'll try our best to make that video. But otherwise thanks, guys for watching and cheers