Vector graphics are computer graphics images that are defined in terms of points on a Cartesian plane, which are connected by lines and curves to form.
VinylCut 5 comes with a number of varied premade vector shapes located in it’s library panel to save you time and energy.
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Hi there. In today's video, we're going to be looking at shapes in the library panel using Final Cut five. Today's video and more videos like this can be found on softwaretraining.co.za will see the zebra. Um, we cover quite a variety of different software, and we do upload videos daily, so just keep an eye there for any new content. Otherwise, we're heading to the programme. Yeah. No, Um, yeah, the library. If it's not open by default, you can always located on top year. By that little follow with the star, you just click that, then I'll open your library for you. Now, on the first tab of the library. As you see, we have a few years. It will be the shapes under the shapes. You can see we've got a few folders here with different, uh, types of graphics. So let's just leave it on the basic for now. But you can see we've got music newborn. So it kind of saves you time when starting a new project or something. Because you have a few assets. Now, if you, uh if you look on the top here, we've got two different view types. So we've got a list. So now everything is viewed by a list or by thumbnails. I prefer thumbnails, and then at the bottom here, there's a little slider. If we pull this left and right, we can set the scale of the thumbnails, which is quite convenient. Also, if you hover over icon, you'll see it makes it bigger for preview, and I'll show the name here on the top left. We also have a search bar on top. So let's say we type in, uh, arrows Arrow and we press into. Then I'll pop up all the arrows under all these categories and then, um, to to add things to your library, you can simply just, uh, yeah, either click it, then it will add the shape to your library, or what you can do is drag and drop it. If you want to go to a specific area so you can drag and drop it, it will throw the shape there in a specific area. Now we will not be covering yet, adding custom shapes or do that in another video. Otherwise, yes, that is, the more or less the basics. We also have another feature, which is quite handy. So let's say there's a shape you always use industrial design or a few shapes. Then what you can do is you right. Click the shape on the icon. Can you say add to favorites? Now if we navigate to the top left here, two favourites and you will see there's our shape. So this is a helps for quick navigation and so forth. Otherwise, we're just quickly head to our website. You go in your browser to softwaretraining.co.za. You can find this video and more videos like this. As you can see, we've got quite a variety of different software we do cover, and also you can search on top here. If you want to isolate your search, then if you don't find any anything on the related topic you're looking for, you can also request a training video here and then we will make that for you. Otherwise, thanks guys for watching and churches
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