Being able to use a shape or path without any fill is a must at times, so how do we go about it.
There are a number of different settings for the Stroke feature under the Fill and Stroke Panel, from setting its size all the way to its style.
Here’s a link to setting the Stroke Style.
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How are you guys in today's video, Final Cut will be looking at how to set up stroke colours under the full and stroke panel. But let's have a quick intro first so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat's here today. You guys will notice we do have a variety of different Softwares recover, and also we upload training daily. So just keep it there for the new content that was back in the programme. Yeah, now just a reminder. This is a miniseries on the full and stroke panel. Um, we've already covered quite a few different options here, as you can see, and, uh, I will leave relevant links and descriptions you can follow along with this miniseries. Otherwise, today will be looking at the stroke colour and then So let's just select a shape. And then let's go to our fill and stroke panel, which is the partisan mixing board. Under year, we've gotta fill, which we already covered. But in this case we will be setting the full two none. So we can just be looking at the stroke, then the next panel, as you can see, a stroke. So we've got quite a few settings here. First of all, we'll set it to colour. We'll look at pen colour, maybe in the next video, depending on which time we have. So I said this to colour, then, obviously, like most other ones, you can set the colour by clicking on this little box, and it will bring up a coloured Um, the coloured, uh, bigger. So they call this panel and set your colours have already covered how to set custom colours and so forth. I'll just leave this a default, then. Next up, we have the capacity, same as with full colours, so we can set the opacity down. So if you want a faint line, you can do that. And keep in mind the opacity, um, does work over late. So if I had to move the shape over another shape capacity, you will see through it the next. Up here, we've got the with. So this will be the width of the actual lines. So if we increase this institute quite big, so we can actually see it nicely about 13 and then, uh, next we've got the joint. So this will be kind of where all these lines meet uh, like a path point how they will interact or look. So we have a few options, have got the default one which with the threshold, the matter or show you pronounce that, um, from a high amount to a low amount will set the variation. So low amount we'll have around corners if we look at the corner at the moment, 10 is the max, so it is shocked. Now let's take this as low as we can if you look at corner nods round, so this will basically be sitting it from shopped around. So let's just blooming here, but so we can have a better look. So now, as we increase this amount, you will see kind of jumps to shop. It's not that sensitive, but this is what this is supposed to do. And then the next option here we have is the actual around corners. So we click that they will just make sure they're all around. So if your design is more flowing or part of your design identities making always keep it around. And then lastly, we've got the shabaab, the one that actually cuts in in a 45 degree in other words, you can get a nice sharp corner with the first one around corner and like a bevelled edge with the last now likewise with end caps, which we cannot see the triangle. So let's use this little line at the bottom. Select that path. We'll do the same quickly, its colour to read as well and said this to also 13. And then now, with these end caps, we can actually see we've got pretty much the same options. So we've got a sharp one, got a round one and then we've got, um when I cut it on 45. But because it's a straight line, it's not that obvious. And then last up. What we have is the Let's just go back to the panel. We've got to the line style now. I did make a full video and covering line styles and adding custom line styles, so I would definitely recommend cheque that video out. I will leave a link in the description So you guys can actually yeah, you can, uh, follow along with that one asshole. Otherwise, let me see. Time is running a bit late here, so I would say, Well, let's make a another video and then we will cover the actual pen, the strokes pen colour, because there's a few options in there has otherwise we had here to final cut. The programme is freely available here. Just head to the downloads page and then otherwise under softwaretraining.co.za. Like I mentioned, we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. Then also, you're welcome to isolate your search here with a search bar. And then if you look for anything specific and then if you don't find what you're looking for or we've not covered the video yet, I always go to request the training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys, for watching until next one. Cheers.