To be able to position and align shapes in your design to an exact measurement is a must know.
If you are creating any professional design with strict design requirements then these two options will soon become your best friends. With the nudging arrow handles fine tuning those X and Y positions has become a whole lot easier, so no more need to zoom super close for positioning.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the positioning of objects with a position properties panel using final cut to the quick intro here. So once again, just a quick reminder this video and more videos like this can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat's here. That's, uh, we do upload videos daily, so just keep I there for any new content. Otherwise, back in the programme. Yeah. Now to to locate your position and size panel. If you have your object selected, we will need to be on the right. We've got this little arrows icon. So if you select that, then you will see this as your position and size. And this tutorial will be covering the top section here and the next one next few tutorials we'll be covering the worth and the rotation of flipping. But any case? So with the object selected, we can set, um, its position on the X and Y access, which this is, um, like right and left and then wise up and down. So now you can adjust these little arrows to see it take effect. Or you can also, um, type in custom amount. So Let's everyone one inch gap between from the left, let's say a two inch gap from top. Then you'll see now now left. Here. We've got a one inch gap from the left and two inch from the top can also go into the negatives. So but because we're on the edge of the cameras, so on building that now the next time we've got the nudge option. So now let's say you moved this object with your mouth, but you know it's just too sensitive, so you just can't get it aligned in that corner or something like that. Then you can always go to your nudge, and then this will be adjusted to, very finally, move the object. As you can see, you can hardly see it move. We can just that, like investigated in a more desired position. Then next up, just look at the H line of the Alliance Horizontal lines and vertical line. You get two options, Um, the way it affects it, either by page or by selection. So let's quickly first cover selection, and then, uh, so let's say we've got these two objects. You select them both. They're now our options were presented with us for the horizontal. We've got a line to left centre or right. So first, if we click, align to left, then it will align all these objects to the furthest object to the left. If you can see there they've related to that. We select centre, then the centre point between the two objects will align it and right in the first object to the right to also line it. Now we have the same options just for for the vertical access. So the same way it's just move the square. So it's not exactly to the top of the page select. Both are objects Now. If we say a line to the top, we'll see lines into the object closest to the top. Same with centre. Same with bottom. But now let's just move this. Let's say we've got a knight page. So once this is setting page now, if we have our objects is elected could even be just one object. Then, if we go far a justice aligned to the far left, it will take it to the far left of the page. As you can see now we go centre and they will be the centre of the page and then ride off page. Same with top, middle and bottom. Now let's say you wanna just put this two objects in the top, right corner or the centre, something like that. And now we normally do this. We'll go line, too, right. Then we go aligned to the top and then you'll find both the objects in the top right corner, or the centre will just be selecting the vertical centre and horizontal centre. Okay, that's the basics on aligning objects. Um, in vinyl cuts, it's just cool head to the website. So if you navigate to softwaretraining.co.za uh, you can find this video and more videos like this. You'll see we've got quite a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and we do also have a search option here on the top, right, so you can search there for or anything specifically looking for, and then otherwise, if you didn't find what you're looking for, can request the training video and then we will make that for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers