This is from the August 14, 2012 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut!
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:00:42 Susan (SusanBlueRobot) gives a demonstration/tutorial on making a “pop-up display card” (See also thread here on MTC showing card: forum.make-the-cut.com/discussion/26583/pop-up-display-card-as-demoed-on-webinar-14th15th-august-2012 and her blog post here: susanbluerobot.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/pop-up-display-card-as-demoed-on.html) as well as more samples on her blog posted on August 17, 18, 19, & 20, 2012).
00:32:34 ? postponed from 8/7/12 Webinar Topic ?s – User trying to weld shapes with imported textures. Poppy Flower used for demonstration.
00:58:40 How to use MTC’s “Tiling” Feature to cut images larger than your cutter’s width or bigger than paper or vinyl that you have. Bryan demonstrates doing a pixel trace of a butterfly to create a wall mural using the Advanced Tiler feature
01:16:30 Creating a multicolored image with separate color layers and registration marks for use with stenciling. Bryan again demos tracing an image by color and then adding registration marks for lining up layers
01:28:00 Creating the same type of colored layers for use in creating a multicolored rhinestone template (Hello Kitty example used)
01:46:55 Creating the same type of colored layers for use in creating a multicolored vinyl image
01:56:00 Is there a way to have MTC create rhinestone pattern that is not in horizontal lines? Short answer: No, but Bryan demos possible workaround by first “rotating” the image before creating the rhinestone pattern.
02:00:55 Problem with a PDF file that is a vector file that has both solid and dashed lines but when it is imported into MTC, the dashed lines come in solid. How can this be fixed?