Tag Archive for: Import

TruCUT RDWorks Importing the Traceable Background Image (Part 2) Tracing Images Mini-Series

When it comes to the process of importing and setting up the background image, it is rather simple. If you have worked with the normal import tool before, you will notice that they are just about the same thing. This video…

TruCUT RDWorks Setting Up Import Locations (Part 3) the Tips and Tricks Mini-Series

Now when it comes to the default position of imported items and you want to change it, this video will show you how. We will also be looking at an alternative way to quickly change the position to any location on the design with the…

TruCUT RDWorks Importing the Engraved Prepped Image (Part 6) Cut and Engrave Mini-Series

Once you are done with doing the bulk editing of the Engraved Image, it is time to imported it. The importing process is rather simple if you have used the import function before. This video is part of a Mini-Series.Next video…

TruCUT RDWorks about Importing Files and Design (Part 1) Import and Export Mini-Series

The Import feature is designed for bringing a variation of different file types into the program. Some of the file types are great for more text type shapes, and others again for your more classic bitmaps used for engraving. This…
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TruCUT RDWorks (Mini-Series) Importing and Exporting, Video Index about this Feature

This is an index covering a mini-series of videos about the Import and Export options.Index Below. When you are working across different programs, you will find these two options very useful. PART 1 - Import Files PART…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Import and Scale BMPs (Part 1) Working with Bitmaps Mini-Series

If you are working with images and bitmaps within the program, know how to add them is where to start. Next to importing images and bitmaps, is being able to scale them to the right size to fit the design better. This video…

TruCUT RDWorks the System Bars Import and Export Options (Part 2) System Bar Mini-Series

The Import and Export features are great when you are working across multiple programs and platforms. So now being able to quickly access them on your System Bar will help so that you do not have to spend too much time within menus. This…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Importing (PNG) Files (Part 7) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

The PNG format is the most frequently used uncompressed raster image format on the internet. One of the greatest features of PNG files other than the ability to have lossless data compression, is its capability of saving transparent…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Importing (JPG) Files (Part 6) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

With JPG files being one of the most common type file formats, it is no surprise that you can import them as well. A JPG file is an image saved in a compressed image format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) This…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Importing (PLT) Files (Part 5) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

The PLT file format is a vector-based plotter file introduced by Autodesk, Inc. and contains information for Plotting a file. The format is based on the HPGL file format which is used for sending information to plotter printers. This…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Import (PSD) File Format (Part 4) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

With so many designers working in Adobe Photoshop these days, being able to import PSD files is a no brainer. The convenience of being able to import files from Photoshop, is that you now able to take your designs to near completion…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Import Classic (PDF) Files (Part 3) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

The PDF file format is one of those classic formats that has been around, and still will be for some time. This is maybe one of the most used file formats when it comes to sending work files, from Documents all the way to high detail…

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

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…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Importing (AI) Files (Part 2) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

Being able to Import Adobe Illustrator Files (AI), is a great feature seeing that more and more designers are using Adobe Illustrator these days. This video is part of a mini-series.Next video covers Importing PDF Files.Previous video…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Importing (Tiff) Files (Part 10) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

TIFF is a variable-resolution bitmapped image format developed by Aldus (now part of Adobe) in 1986. They are very common for transporting color or gray-scale images into page layout applications, but is less suited to delivering…

SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Import (SVG) File Formats (Part 8) Importing Files Video Mini-Series

When it comes to Vector type file formats, there are few that can match the SVG files types. With the amount of information and detail the SVG files can save, and also being supported by so many different design programs, there's…

VinylCut 5 Software Import Those Custom Templates (Part 3) Mat Template Video Mini-Series

It is great that you can now import those custom template designs to the Mat Template Feature. This is great if you big on making your own custom templates, or you have already downloaded a whole library of different types of templates. This…

VinylCut 5 Importing SVG File Format Graphics What to Know About it, Step by Step Video

Being able to import SVG file formats is a great feature if you making the designs in another program. Programs like Adobe Illustrator and InkScape are great at making vector graphics, so to have the import option you now able to…

VinylCut 5 Software Ins and Outs on Importing PDF File Format Graphics, Step by Step Video

With so many artist and companies using PDF's these days, being able to import them is a must. The great thing about transporting your designs as PDF's is that they support multiple pages, so no more need to import lots of graphic…