VinylCut 5 In-depth Look at the Trace Image Output Settings (Part 1), Step by Step Video

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When it comes to the output of a trace the smooth and depth options are quite a big deal.

Also when you want to trace a more comic or cartoon type raster image and not cutout the out lines by themselves but instead whole shapes, then the Single Line Threshold is the tool for you.

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 Input Properties.
Next up we’ll be having an in-depth look at the Output Properties part 2.

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Hi there, guys in today's video of the final cut will be looking at the trace image, and it's output settings, smooth detail and single line threshold. Just have a quick intro here. Mhm. Well, today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. They'll see the zebra. Um, yeah, we We cover quite a variety of different Softwares when we upload videos daily. So keep an eye out for any new content. Go back on the programme here. Now, just a little note. This is a follow up of a seriously doing by, um, surrounding the trace image. So we will leave a link in the description. We can find the video before this, which just covers the basic rules. Good rules to follow. If you want to make a good trace Now, a disclaimer about tracing or no disclaimer. Just a note to remember. Um, your outcome are very depending on following those rules. So if you follow those rules, you can get a more consistent outcome. And depending on image to image, you're gonna have to set these values to different values. Unfortunately, it's not a one set a marijuana setting that works for all, so you kind of have to play with all of them. But if you understand what these settings do, then it will help you to more quickly. Just navigate through this and get a result you like. Otherwise, let's cover just, um, yeah, the under output, the smooth detail and single line threshold. What do they do and how do their work? So now, if we have this tree branch here, it's not the best quality. So it's not following the rules, So this will make your final output a lit more a little bit more complicated. So if you can get as hard edges as you can, but you're not always that fortunate if you're getting stock images and stuff like that. So now, with a smooth setting, if we have our show notes on top year enabled and then if we look here under the notes, how many notes do we have? So we've got there 1000 and five notes that these little points and then which will create your shape or your vector graphics. So if we go on smoothly er now, if the smooth is set to 100 like both these values, they can be set from 0 to 100. So, um, nothing more and nothing less. So if the smoother set all the way full, then what will happen is it will try. Create a smooth line as possible from one note to the next, so I won't try filling any jagged edges and so forth. So if you're looking to create a very smooth design, or if you're tracing, image has got very smooth lines, then that keep your smoothness high. So we set this down and then we just click update. Now you'll notice. First of all, we nearly have another extra 1000 notes at it. And now what it's doing is trying to add notes to fill in all these jagged edges. So if you have a design with a lot of jagged edges, or then that is a good option. So you said that lower. If you want a very smooth design in the sense I got very smooth edges, then you keep that setting high. Now play with the setting to see what works best. Now it's just, uh, yeah, go here on top. We quickly just show you the next setting. So now if I navigate to the top corner earlier. So now we've got this frame with, like, a kind of a drop, his shadow coming down there. Let's just zoom out. But yeah, but as you can see, it's got quite a bit of detail. So the programme currently is not capturing most of it. So it's kind of, uh, missing a lot of the information, and this is where detail will come in. In general, I don't I don't like using a messy Messi details like this in my design, because at the at the end, it just makes for a nightmare when you're cutting. But in some cases, you do use it, and this is where the detail comes in handy. So now let's increases detail. Put it to Max. Mm, You know, maybe lower the smoothing, so I'll drive fill in the gaps. Now, if we update the preview now, you can see it's capturing way more detail. Yes, it's capturing the little blobs. That's way Halkia. And then once again, also, your note count will go up quite a bit. And then, um and then the last option we've got under this section will be the single line threshold. Sign up just zooming but again. Now, if you can see here the moment what's happening, you get this type of graphics a lot with a more comic book and, uh, storey type art, where it's got a basically, already a rim over the graphics. Let's say you wanna, um, make a cut out of the entire shape and not just the outline, because at the moment, as you can see, this thing will only make the outcome of this outside room. So then what you can do is then you play here with a single line threshold, so just adjust this. I'll do about two, and then we see what the result do we get? We update the preview here. There's still nothing. Let's go to about four. Here we go. Now you can see it is no longer making a cut out of the border, but of the entire shape. So, yeah, that's the basics. Like I said of the smooth in a detail and, um, single line. So just to recap the smooth, it's kind of if you have a jagged edges and so forth and you want it to either follow the jacket or have a smooth between all the nodes, which is these little points. Then you'll set this one higher for smooth, low for, uh, for jacket detail. If there's a lot of actual details on your design that you also want to capture in the final cut, then you can set this detail up and you've said hello or leave those details out. And then last year we've got a single line threshold, which, or if you have something that's just the outline, it will not make a The higher the number is, uh, then it won't make a cut off the outline only but of the entire shape. Otherwise, uh, you know, just keep an eye out for any more videos because we have a few videos. We'll be covering some of these other settings, and then I will put the link in the description so you can just easily navigate their. Otherwise, we just have a quick look here at our website. If you guys navigate your softwaretraining.co.za let's see if you can find this video and more videos like it. As you can see, we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover here, and also we have a search option if you're an isolated search and look for something more specific. And also, if you don't find what you're looking for, Jessica. Yeah, request a training video, and then we'll make that for you Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and just

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