Do you have a photograph or design but you would only like only a part of it to be cut and printed?
The Clip to Path is a great way to do that, you can now do it as an object effect or just as a style, discover which one of these methods works best for you.
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How's the guys in today's video, Final Cut will be looking at the clip path feature so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat we have a variety of different software to to cover. And we have blood video state to keep either for any new content. Otherwise, we go back in the programme. Yeah. Now let's say you've got an image and, uh, like, arrest the photo. You want to create some shape on it and isolate that shape and only print and cut that. So let's make, like a star what we wanted. Now you can either go to, um, you're you're full and stroke and then you set, uh, well to none. And then we set the stroke colour, too. Something more obvious. This made me go look something like green. This increases size. So now we can kind of see what want to cut out the one way we can do it. But as you can see, it's a bit tricky to make sure you've got your shape selected to move it to, you'll have to go on your layer selected and then move it by one of you know, the handle arms or it can also do. This is it is solid. Then we can go to our document properties and just set the workspace are for lower Now we can easily see what is I'm showing now. Two. There's two ways we can use the clip path. So first, make sure you've got both your object selected you in your layers panel. You can click and keep shifting and click both. Or we drag a selection box over both, or you can drag us looking by while keeping shifting. Then you only have to have a portion and also let both in the first way we can do it as we go on top yet to object. Then we navigate down to clip path and we go to settler part. Now we can see, uh, I got to one document and set the work so it's all for higher. It is clipping that, um shape. And as we can see here, it's turning into a group. So you are individually editing. You're gonna have to one group them, which is on top here and the object. And then we've got control shift G. Now another way, we can do this, So let's go quickly to object and she's in group it. That's once again if you have both of them selected, then we can go to the styles penalty on the right. We select that then, under clipping, we go to the drop down menu. We select path now you can see it does the same. Now let's say for some reason you want to undo it. Then you can just go to the same place club path. And you said it too none. Or if you've gone on top year to object and you've gone to clip path set path, then with it selected, we can just go again to object. We go to clip art and then we say release, clip path, then it will release it. But keep in mind even after if you release it, it'll still be in a group. So I mean, she will have to go then again to object 100. So that is the basic feature on the cliff part. You go. Uh, yeah, if you guys go to final cut. Uh, the programme is freely available here, and, uh, yeah, you can just go to downloads and located. Otherwise, if we ate two softwaretraining.co.za n steroids era. You guys can find this video and more videos like it. Like I mentioned, you can see a bit of a variety of different Softwares we do cover. Then also, you can search on top year for what you're looking for if you isolate your search or request a training video if you don't find what you're looking for. Otherwise, thanks guys for watching and cheers.