This is from the January 31, 2012 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut!
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:01:07 Is it possible to see video during Webinars of presenters actually using the cutters, loading paper, etc rather than just their computer screen with MTC desktop (Short answer: Not yet; Bryan is working on and hopes to have that possibility in a couple of months or so)
00:03:11 Discussion of doing a “Pen and Cut” (Using a Pen in cutter to draw and then cut out) – (See also prior discussions in past Webinars – Bryan thinks toward end of Nov. 2011 he demonstrated this) – This demonstration is one using a Fish made from basic hearts and an oval
01:06:50 Combining objects from multiple layers into 1 layer
01:09:52 Discussion of Zing Pen Tool and its Diameter as opposed to Blade Holder
01:13:40 Discussion of Question that neither Bryan or Julie Understood
01:24:29 Rhinestones - Create a center line or thinning a path in order to create a rhinestone template (Note: Bryan suggests that you use larger size text then needed then thin path, and then reduce it back to size you needed – gives smoother lines)
01:30:45 Open Path Fonts for use with Rhinestones (no need to thin path – already a single line font (Note: Find 5 Open Path Fonts for Download on the MTC Forum here: forum.make-the-cut.com/discussion/21137/holy-moly-make-the-cut-4-1-0-zing-plug-in-1-1-0-silhouette-plug-in-2-0-1-mac-version/p1
01:37:15 How to Find Free Clipart online and turn it into a cutting file with MTC
(Note: question asked and then they go back to tell where to find the open path fonts on the MTC forum as noted above then starts back into how to find clipart and turn it into a cutting file)
01:43:00 Black and White Clipart selected and Bryan shows how to use Pixel Trace to bring it into MTC & then turn black and white clipart into a color piece
01:49:45 How to make a curved fold (score) line smooth using Bezier Tool
02:00:30 Discussion of Issue of MTC setting blade orientation for cutting direction and thus cutting slits into material (i.e. using preexisting small piece of material that you want to use an entire piece of– i.e. a card overlay for the front of a card) – Bryan explains a workaround so that it doesn’t cut your material where you don’t want it.