When one is working on larger projects or designs, understanding the layer arrangement is a must.
It’s a bit like scrapbooking or building a house, you do not put your tiles under your foundation but on top, likewise in scrapbooking you do not put you words or text underneath your base design but on top, so you can read it.
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Okay, guys in today's video with the final cut will be looking at arranging layers and their position to the foreground and background. Just a quick intro. Yeah. So today's video can we find on super training? Uh, we have a number of different software to cover, and we have blood videos daily, So just keep I there for the new content. Otherwise, we had back in the programme here. Now, um, the arrangement of layers can be quite important if you're going on a big file or later on when we get to the paths. Yeah, parts options. We will be in another tutorial where you've got the front minus back and so forth. They know the audit becomes quite important. So if we just move this around, we can see that you know, the so called right on top square in the middle and the triangle at the back. Now, to arrange us a few ways, we can do it. Let's say we wanna send the circle all the way to the back. Then what we can do is we, um, go on top to object. Zoom in here for you guys. Then we go to a range and then, yeah, we have a few options. Top one. As you can see, we've got shortcut keys for all of them. So if you want to learn it to speed up your process, but otherwise we have bring to front this all send whichever object selected all the way to the front of all the other layers on top of all the other layers we have bring forward. This will only bring it up one layer at a time. So if we had the triangle selected and we said Bring forward or put it on top of the square, but not on top of the circle, send back does the same will only send it back one layer at a time, and then we'll send to back. This will send it all the way to the back all the way to the bottom. So in this case, we'll be selecting this one Now, as we can see that circles all the way on the bottom. Now, another way, we can do this. Let's say now there's someone will send the square all the way to the back. Then, uh, we can right click mean zoom in again, and then you find a range from the drop down menu and yeah, you can see we've got all the same options. So click centre back now that squares all the way at the back. Now, another way, Most probably the most simple way to do that. Just remove this invisible layer is what, uh right There it is to drag and drop on your layers panel The order So other order works is like any stacking. So whatever is on top of your layers panel will be highest, and whatever is the bottom will be lowest. So let's say now we want to move, Let's say the triangle between the circle and the square resuming. Yeah, when you click on the triangle, keep your mouths in the left mouse button and you move it down. You will see it makes this little line with a black dot. So if we now between us, do we leave it now we can see that layers between all of us the same way. Let's say we put the red right on top, the blue, the bottom and now we have our RGB arrangements here. So we read on top green, middle, blue bottom. So Yeah, that's the basics of arranging layers on, uh, five. We get to the website here, you guys navigate to softwaretraining.co.za hat you can find videos like this. We also have quite a variety of different Softwares. We do cover, and we also have a search option. If you want to isolate your search if you don't find what you're looking for, we have this option here called Request A training video. And then we will make that video for you guys. Otherwise, thanks for watching and cheers.