This is always a good starting point to know where the input location is and how to use it.
Knowing the limitations of supported file formats and their strengths will help you choose the right file for the job.
This video is part of the Trace Image series, so make sure to check out the previous video for an Overview of the Properties Panel.
Next up we’ll be having an in-depth look at the Output Properties section.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video, the final cut, we'll be looking at the trace input settings. Let's just have a quick intro here. Well, today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za r you guys will notice quite a variety of different videos or software we do cover. And also, we do upload videos daily, so keep an eye out for any new content. Otherwise, if we had back in the programme, yeah, Um, yeah, the This is a follow up on a serious we're doing on the trace image. So we'll put in the description links to some previous videos and, uh, later videos. So if you want to follow the series is a good, uh, you can do it through the description there as well. It is quite an in depth, uh, feature we have here. So, unfortunately, quite a lot. We have to cover. So in any case, to locate the trace image, we'll be going on top year to trace you click that, Then I'll bring up the trace image properties. Um, we've Yeah, we've already done an overview of the user interface. So, like I said, just follow up on previous, um, if you're not sure this is in depth. We're gonna go now in depth about the input and then and at another time, the output and then output preview. But any case with the input to select your image you would like to trace. Then you can choose an image by this little button you get. They navigate to where it is. Open it. And now here you will see under that. But now we've got the, uh, Weil's name and its resolution. So this is not a very good one for tracing, but because it's a monochrome, it can come out nice. But in general, you want to make sure your resolution that is quite high. We have a video on the rules of tracing to help have a more consistent outcome. But any case. So now let's look at the settings here. So then, um, so first off, we've got the mode. So depending what type of image you're trying to trace and so forth, and we've got monochrome colour layers and a single colour will cover each one of these more in depth as we go along. Then we've got to use Alpha. This is if your image as an offer layer. It is good to, uh, then enable. Then I'll make a call for selection of and they're just on the import. So if we go here to import and we go to the bottom year, all files files that you can import, which is Rester is a bit maps of BMP, gif file, JPEG and PNG. PNG supports over channels or transparent backgrounds. So that is the format we do, uh, support for importing. Then we've got here the re sampling. So if you wanna have more precise tracing, then you can always increase this setting. Then we're on the other side. So we have the, uh, the speckle. So this will ignore spectacles and stuff like that when you import. So if there's little fine special details, let's all ignore it, which is a good setting to live on if you if your eyes there's not too clean like this file, Okay, so if it's not too clean, where as far as rather clean and then after that, we've got the high pass philtre um, this setting, also, if you enable it, it helps to just clear up edges in that, so it will, uh, emphasis edges in that. So it helps also for tracing if you add the high pass philtre. Otherwise, yeah, that is the basics on the input. The next step will be covering the output. But they were all another video. So if we just head here too the website. So if you guys navigate your softwaretraining.co.za y, you can find this video and more videos like it. Uh, we have a variety of software recover, as you can see. And you can also isolate your search here by the search bar. Then if you don't find the videos you're looking for, you can always request a training video and then we'll make that for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching until next one. Cheers.