This is from the October 09, 2012 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut!
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:00:23 User creating a cupcake wrapper using “wrap objects to path” based on an old tutorial from MTC_Tuts Yahoo Group. (Note: Tutorial was prior to “Conical Wrap” feature in MTC. Now it is better to use “Conical Wrap” to create cupcake wrapper) Bryan demonstrates how to “wrap object to path.” He also reviews the different options in the wrap objects to path dialog box.
(See also discussion at 01:16:45 where they return to this topic.)
00:12:17 Importing an image via pixel trace for a “print and cut” (image is a black and white drawing of a parasol).
00:15:00 Bryan uses the “snipping tool” available in Windows Vista and Windows 7 (tool not available in earlier versions of Windows) to demonstrate getting a copy of the parasol to paste into MTC. (See also further discussion on using the “Snip it Tool” at 01:41:13)
00:18:15 Bryan returns to his demonstration of working with the parasol image to show how to get just parts or pieces of an image
00:35:55 Merging multiple image files into a single MTC file
00:49:25 Merging layers into a single image in MTC
00:50:42 Registration Marks – how to turn them off and on in MTC
00:55:30 Adding color to an image in MTC
01:03:36 How to create a rhinestone template from an image with multiple layers (an image of a black and yellow “yellow jacket” is used)
01:16:00 End of Rhinestone demonstration
01:16:45 Back to 1st question on using the “wrap objects to path” and the issue that the user was encountering in creating a cupcake wrapper
01:28:00 User with a Zing that she hadn’t used in about 8 months, wanted to know if there were any updates she needed or if she needed to recalibrate
01:31:50 Bryan explains the Print -> Wireframe option that some cutters can use that don’t have a cutter plug-in within MTC but have a print driver that will allow MTC to work with
Bryan also discusses the “Outline,” “Fill” and “Fill and Outline” options on the Virtual Mat during this discussion as well.