Being able to make a good trace of an image can be a tricky task, So how do we make sense of the best approach to take.
With so many different looking raster images out there, from Monochrome all the way to full color, lots of detail to little detail, making visually pleasing vector shapes from these unfortunately require more then just a click of a button. So understanding what each property does will help you speed up the process to making great traced images the majority of the time.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video, we'll have a quick overlook on the trace image properties using when I got five. Just a quick intro here. Yeah. Mm mm, mm. Well, today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. Um, you guys will notice We've got a variety of different soft as we cover, and we do upload videos daily. So keep your eye there for any new concept. If we had back in the programme here. Now, this is a series on the tracing image feature. So, um, we will link in the description videos to be before this and after this so that you can follow all serious and understand how the future works better. Otherwise, just for those that are new to locate your trace image will be this icon in final cut. If you select that, it will pop up this properties panel. Now we have for four sections to look at now. First is our input. This will be what you want to trace. So what you can do is you select this and then you select your image. You say open and then, um will tell you your image dimensions here and the name. So that is the first section we on the input the next we've got image settings. Now, like I mentioned, this overview will go more in depth on the on setting all of these. So that's just kind of where it's located. So we've got the mod idea which you can set it from monochrome and colour and so forth. We've got to use golfers. If your images are all far I've got the contrast this will be relevant to, um told me monochrome could re sampling. So if you wanna re sample your your image, we've got a high pass philtre. If you want to add more detail to your image before you trace it, then we also have a despicable there. Then, under output settings, we've got smooth detail and single line threshold. The smooth will basically smooth vector shapes. Detail will capture more detail and single line. Yeah, we'll cover that in another beauty. That's nice for, um, you get so alone, like comic book type odds that you you trace. So you might want to say that. Then we have break apart, outlines blackout and add image layer. We'll be covering this as well, and then we've got to restore settings is so if you've set the settings and you want to restore to default, you just click that and then it will restore your settings to default. Then on top year on the output, this is output preview. So, yeah, we've got output settings, which will be for once you click OK, or once you've traced it. This will be the settings output years for your previous. So, um, while you're working, you can kind of see what's happening, and some of it is like a crop in that and mask. It is for the output main output as well, but most of us will be for the previous so show nodes. So when you have actual victor shape, if you say show notes or just show you the amount of editing points, you've got your notes, the amount of notes, then also you have show image size show source size, so this can also be a just. We've got some zoom in and zoom out features here, and then we've got the one next to it, which will fit the zoom again to its original. You can reset the mask. And like I said, we've got edit mode, which you can add cropping and so forth. So if you only want to trace a portion of your your image, then you can always use the crop feature. Then we have update preview, which sometimes that they're auto updates. But if it doesn't, you just click update, preview, and it will update approved. So otherwise. Yeah, that's the basic overview of the trace image properties, like I said, and future videos will be covering more what they do in depth. Otherwise, we just head to our website. You're quick if you guys navigate your softwaretraining.co.za Uh, you guys can find this video and more videos like it. As you can see, we've got a variety of different Softwares recover, and you can also isolate your search for looking for something specific. And if you don't find what you're looking for, just go here to request the training video, and then we'll make that for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers
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