Being able to export SVG file formats is a great feature if you sending the designs in another cuter program from VinylCut 5.
With this type of workflow you are now able to first get your graphics print and cut ready before exporting it as a SVG file, this will help to save you time as you do not have to make the graphics cut and print ready in two separate programs.
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How are you guys? In today's video, we'll be looking at how to export SVG files using escape fire. Let's just have a quick intro. Yeah, Yeah. Okay, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat Si ella, eh? You guys will notice. We've got quite a variety of different videos we do cover. And also we have blood videos daily. So just keep your eye there for any new content. Now back in the programme here now to export spg. Sorry wonder why would you want to do that from, uh, final cuts, not just your graphics programme. Well, you know, perhaps you want to send this to another. Um, let's say you've got a friend that uses another cutting machine, but it is not vinyl cut, so you cannot just save a normal project. But you want to save it with perhaps the right cutting lines or so forth. Or some registry. And then yeah, So then what? They will be a good reason to export it out of your cutting programmes. So now there is a you can export, um, selected graphics or everything that's on the page. But keeping in mind with Suggs, you cannot export pages itself that will will only export whatever is on the current page. So if you have something on another page will only export the page. That's open now to export. Let's say we go. Yeah, and talk to file and we go to export. And then over here, you can navigate to where you want to export to. Then by save as type, you click this. You can see if we're quite a variety of different, um, formats, you can export it as but we'll just be covering the SPG. So then you will name your file and then, um yeah, when you click save, it's just name the swan. Then I'll pop you up. These options now, uh, first option. We have this resolution. This will be DP. I stands for dots per inch. So if your programme is set to 72 you exported to 70 to 72 then when you imported, the scale will be exactly the same. But let's say you exported to 90. Then when you and your programme said to send to, then when you imported the 90 the graphics will be bigger than what it was when you export it. So if let's say your, uh the other computer or whatever is using the default at 90 then you want to export yours at 90. So when he imported, the graphics will stay the same resolution. And then I'll show you now where you can see your DP for your programme. So it's consistent. Then show register registration marks. You can switch it on. If you wanna have registration marks on your actual document. I don't know if we can say that while we open. No, not yet. I'll show you now then I'm selection only if this is selected then, um they will only export what is selected. So if I've only got their head will only export that. And if we de select this, then export everything on the page. So it's good to keep in mind then we also have design space, um, compatible. So if you're exporting and they're using design space, rather select this on because design space seems to have a few problems importing sug that came from vinyl cut. You click that on and then you just say okay, and then it will export it to the file that you, uh, saved it as all the destination. Now for registration marks, you can, you know. Okay, you need to have a cutting abled. So if we just quickly had a, uh we'll just add the generic. Yeah. Sorry. So now you're under Okay. So we can now, under a year. By the style, we can sit the registration marks to print and cut or, uh, print Pluskat sprint. But then, yeah, If you select that and then you export it, then you will actually get the registration marks as well when you export their SPG. So it's useful. Like I said, if you explain to someone that is using another a different type of printer or something and then, um yeah, so then to to locate the deep I like I mentioned, we'll be going here on top to edit, and then you go to preferences. Then on the S V g d p I. You can set what your programmes default is. So in a general rule of thumb, let's say you're gonna be printing only and it is not, uh, for cutting, then the higher the DP either higher quality, so 72 will be a low quality 300 will be very high quality, but when it comes to cutting, it's not quite the same this it's just the base size of the victor. So, like I say, if someone's working coral draw and their default DBRS 18 96 then make sure you exported as 96 that way when they imported the graphics will be the same size as what you have in your programme. Anyways, that's the basic on exporting refugees and then we just need you to the website. If you navigate to softwaretraining.co.za ncealer today, we'll be able to find this video and more videos like this. We've got quite a variety of different programmes we cover, and also we have such options. If you're looking for something specific, if you run dry and you cannot find any videos that you're looking forward, just request training with the year and then we'll make that for you. Otherwise, thanks guys watching inches