Being able to add your own custom vector shapes is a great way to add a unique element to your designs.
The Library Panel in VinylCut 5 software allows for custom vector shapes through a simple user interface with an easy to upload method.
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are you guys? In today's video, we'll be looking at adding custom shapes to your library using Final Cut. Far. It's the quick intro. Yeah, mhm. Mm. So just a quick reminder. Today's video and videos like this can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We have quite a variety of different software recover, and we do upload videos daily, so just keep an eye there for any new content. Otherwise, we're back in the programme. Yeah, now to add custom shapes like your first opportunity to go to your library. So let's say your library's closed. Then you can just simply find it by this little book with a started. You click that or open your library for you. Now, in order to add custom shapes, we have to first make sure we're on our shapes panel. Then, as you can see, these, uh, buttons here are kind of great out. It means we cannot use them. So we want to do is we wanna scroll and navigate down to the bottom to my designs. Select that Now you can see you are able to, uh, modify these first one you can click and add a new folder. Uh, just call this then. You can also go shortcut to an existing folder on my computer. So if you want to select a folder with many shapes in it and import them at once and you can also do that Okay, Now, see, now you see, you got a little plus we click that now we can see our emerging for emojis icon. Next up, we can click on the plus year, and then it will pop us a box to find our SPG or vector graphic. So if you just navigate to where your SPG is selected and you'll see under the file format types or what it can import S V G and S V g Z or SVG Zet in any case, so then, if you have that selected, you can stay open. And now we can see we've got our little custom effective there. So now if we drag and drop it in, there's a little smiley. So then, um, yeah, so that's the basic way to get it in. Like I said only works with SPG. And if you want to remove it, you can always, um, right, click your little graphics and you say delete. Or you can also add it to your favorites like we've covered. So if you say favourites, then under your favourite, you can find it as well. Then you can. Also for the folder, you can delete it by this little icon here, your little trash or these new files in your your library that you've imported. You can just click refresh there, but otherwise you can also delete your folder. If you right, click here inside the lid fold. Yeah, so in any case, that is the basics on adding custom shapes to your library in final cut five. So if we add to the website here now, if you navigate to softwaretraining.co.za uh, you can find this video and more videos like it. You can see we've got quite a variety of different software we do cover, and also you can also search on top year for any specific videos. If you do not find it otherwise, um, but the end of it, if you still can't find the video looking for or it's just not on our list, you can just request a training video here, and then we'll make that for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers