Want to show off your designs on social networks or just create a database of samples for all your project files.
The ability to export files as bmp, jpg, png or tiff files now mean that you are able to have a sample of your design without ever having open the main project file to see what it looks like, a great time saver.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video, we're going to be looking at exporting the father of final cut to images. FOTA type this will not be vector based will be raised based. Otherwise, if you have a quick intro here, well, today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za . Let's see, uh, you can find this video and movies like this there. And we did also upload daily, so occupied it for any new content. Well, if we had back in the programme, yeah, so now to export, uh, breast or or normal photo type images. The reason why you want to do that is let's say you wanna demo your stuff on a social media showed off or get feedback, then that's a great way. You can also, um, export little thumbnails. You can say or sample images of your design, and then you rename it the same as your project file, and you have a little thumbnails. So instead of opening every project, you can just have a library of seeing what is inside that file, having to open a project or the main project file. So for the this preview, so I'm just gonna set the math size to 12 24 so you can see some of the options in the actual export settings. Also gonna select just the head. There's one in group this, um, the whole thing and then select the head out. Now, if you want to find your export will go be going here to file, and then we go down to export now to export anything as graphics, or rather as a photo type graphics. If you click from your export safe as type will be going here to BNB but mad as JPEG, PNG and tiff. Uh, like most people, I prefer PNG because of how portable it is. And then it also saves transparent backgrounds if you want, so that helps. If you're saving, that's a a watermark or logo or something like that, and you want to put it over another image, and that is handy. So then you select your file format, you choose the name you want. I'm just gonna leave me what it is, and then you click save No. Under the printing options here, you'll see, got a few. I'm going to switch everything back to default. So then we've got your resolutions. The dp So we've got another video where we cover more on the DP, but otherwise the basic rundown is just the higher the DP, the high quality of the file. So if you have a low DP when you're zooming or get blurry quick. If you have a high DP, you can zoom way closer before it gets blurry. And then so if you're using social media and suffocate, can easily leave it at 72. But if you want to actually print it, then you can easily go for 300 up or maybe 1 50 up to 300. Quite a nice default for printing. Then next up here, we've got background. If it's on transparent, as you can see, there is no background that is said to colour. Then it will have a full colour for the background and a B on the right is. But I want to see because of the colour. But if you can get Little Cube, then it will pop you up. What colour you want to select for the background. So I just like blue for now. Now you can see there. It's got a new background. You set this back then next up, we've got your show registration marks. So if you wanna for some reason, had that your final print, you can so they can see where's the registration marks? You also have selection. Only we select this. Then only the head they were selected will be printed quite a handy feature. And then under that, we've got crop. It will crop the graphics or whatever selected you can see. Now it's only printing those graphics, but it's a bit tight here on the edges. As you can see it, it's kind of almost cut it out. And that is where the border comes in for ex for horizontal border Wife of verticals. In this case, we set the vertical higher. Now you can see we've got some more breathing room, so I won't cut off our actual graphics to the same. You can set your board X as well, then, um, and it's just, uh, the selectors selection only, and you'll see when we do. Crop will do the same with the graphics are now. Instead of printing the whole matter, only print the graphics and then make sure you've got your border set. It's got some breathing room. Another option. We have years. You can add a drop shadow, so let's just make this border a bit larger. You can add a drop shadow, and then this will as it as it says, or add a drop straight beneath this, and there's a few options you can choose. The first one is you can choose a colour. Then we can also say apply to all layers or apply two layers, so this will apply to every single layer. So if you have something overlapping, the current setting will only put a drop shadow around the border, you can say, but as soon as you click, apply to or layers. Then, um, as you can see with the eyes, they're now, suddenly there's a drop shadow even under them. And, uh, yeah, so it's just good to know what that does. I'll leave that off for now and then, Uh, next up, we've got years, the offset. So this is kind of like the Yeah, the offset of the shadow. So if you see this, you can adjust that, Okay, you want to make him look like he's actually floating in the air, Then we have a capacity So this will be the intensity of the shadow you see, if you take it down or make it lighter and lighter. Uh, and then, uh, next up, we've got the blow here, so you can kind of set the hardness of the room. So as we take it up, you can see it becomes more and more and blurred out. Yeah, And then once you've done, you can just hit your okay and then export your graphics. Well, yeah, that's the basics year of exporting. So you'll see with all the different format, you have very similar options. Otherwise, if we head here too, wait, just a note again. I did mention it, but once again, it's very nice for creating a library of a reference or what's in the file, so you don't have to open the file to see what's in it. It's a very handy to like that. 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