When it comes to making a traced image in the Monochrome Mode it is really not that complicated.
A great mindset to adapt when working with the monochrome mode is to think in terms of values or brightness, because you are able to isolate cut lines based of their values and brightness.
This video is part of the Trace Image series, so make sure to check out the previous video for an in-depth look at the Trace Image Output Preview Properties.
Next up we’ll be having a look at how to trace an image in the Color Layers Mode.
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How do you guys in today's video? With the final card, we'll be looking at the monochrome feature in a trace image to have a quick intro here. Mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za not see, uh, we have a variety of different Softwares will recover, and also we upload videos daily escape by there for any new content. Otherwise, if we're back in the programme here, just a little reminder. This is, uh, um tutorial series on the trace image feature. So in the description, we'll have links to a few other videos you can watch if you want to follow along with the series. So in this video will only be covering the monochrome mode. Welcome to watch other videos to see some other features this, um, tool can offer. So if we just open our image quick now I think about monochrome. To keep in mind is basically working with values so light and darkness and you can kind of isolate what you want to cut based on those values. So, under the motor, if we have our monochrome selected, we've got this contrast option. Now, 127 is a smack in the middle, so it's normally a very good balance update Our preview here. Now on the right here, we can kind of see what's it gonna cut out. So based on 127 that value, they'll be cutting out all these individual shapes. I'm just going to set my source show source image shirts, more one toned so we can see what is a cut. Now, if we are just this value to the left and right, we can see how it changes what will be cut. So if you want a bit more of an outline type of cut mhm, you can always do that and update preview. Now we can see it's basically only cutting all the outlines. And then again, if we set it to the right, we can see as shapes are coming in, you can't go all the way where you have just the white big block. Not that you would want that, or you can kind of take it to a point where you kind of have just the eyes and old body is cut out. But this is this looks like a nice balance. It's always an update preview, and then you kind of see the individual shapes that it's going to be cutting out. So, yeah, that's the basic thing on the monochrome mode, we will be covering some other modes as well in future videos. Otherwise, if we just head to our website here, if you guys navigate your softwaretraining.co.za y, you can find this video and more videos like it. As you can see, we've got a variety of different Softwares we discover, and also we have a search option here. If you want to isolate your search and if you don't find what you're looking for, you can always say, Yeah, request a training video and then we will make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.