This is from the September 23, 2014 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut! and Popup Card Studio
Make the Cut version 4.6.1 & Popup Card Studio 1.1.0 are used in this Webinar. Each question notes if MTC or PCS is being discussed.
You can find the thread on the MTC Forum with questions addressed in this Webinar here: forum.make-the-cut.com/discussion/39965/september-23rd-webinar-over-what-questions-or-topics-do-you-have
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:00:30 MTC: Bryan reviews an issue with trying to round inside angles on a curve. He discuses issues with trying to edit nodes in corners then discusses other options to try to fix issue
00:16:30 MTC: Bryan shows how to create score lines on a trace of a PDF file that is not a Vector PDF but contains raster images and does not have score lines separated from cut lines. (Note: file provided was already pixel traced into MTC and Bryan does not review doing the initial trace.) He then addresses things to check on your machine if you encounter problems with the mat shifting. He then discusses the difference in blades.
00:41:07 MTC: Wrap Object to Path tool: Bryan demonstrates wrapping text around a heart shape. (Note: Be sure that you use the “split by glyph” option when entering text and hold down the control key while moving text over the shape. Bryan then discusses issues in trying to cut a file using Edwardian Script font. He then shows keeping the words together and using the “Warping” feature.
01:01:39 MTC: Reviews again the basic steps to using the “Wrap Object to Path” tool and then discusses issues with font selections and using “bold” or not “bold” feature on a font
01:17:10 MTC: Bryan discusses comments raised in Webinar from attendees posted in the comments (that cannot be seen in recordings)
01:21:50 MTC: Bryan reviews pixel tracing an image and creating separated color layers. He reviews several different options in the pixel trace to show the different results you can get. Images used were a haunted house and witches legs with shoes
01:43:10 Discusses vinyl question posted during the Webinar