This is from the March 25, 2014 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut! and Popup Card Studio
Make the Cut version 4.6.1 & Popup Card Studio 1.0.1 is used in this Webinar. Each question notes if MTC or PCS is being discussed.
You can find thread on the MTC Forum with questions addressed in this Webinar: forum.make-the-cut.com/discussion/38069/march-25th-webinar-over-what-questions-or-topics-do-you-have
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:00:35 Bryan notes he is going to come back to the first post in regards to demonstrating a 180 degree popup card after answer the other posted questions.
00:01:10 PCS: User was trying to cut a PCS project directly to a Silhouette Cameo and had questions on how the image could be moved on the virtual mat for actual cutting
00:06:00 PCS: Bryan reviews how you can change what portions of the file is actually sent to the cutter (just cut lines, just score lines, etc.) as well as mat sizes, etc.
00:08:12 PCS: A user asked if there was a “best order” of how to send the file to the cutter. Bryan reviews how many people generally do it which would be score lines and then inside cut lines and finally the outside cut lines
00:09:40 MTC: User wanted to know if there was a way to take Cricut digital Cart images and convert them to use with MTC to cut with a Zing. Bryan said no.
00:11:20 MTC: User wanted to know how to take a Bezier Line segment and make it either perfectly vertical or perfectly horizontal. Bryan reviews different options to help do that. He then discusses how “snapping” might impact it. Then discusses how rotating with the use of the control or the shift key held down impacts the point it rotates around.
00:19:25 MTC: User with Vision Issues wants to be able to have a darker mat setting. Bryan recommends building a “base” that you could store in your shapes and bring in for projects. He demonstrates how to do this. He also shows how to create your own user defined “grid” for the “base”.
00:29:55 PCS: Bryan does a quick demo on creating a 180 degree pop-up card with PCS. PLEASE NOTE: This demo was for the purposes of showing how it can be done in the current version of Popup Card Studio (version 1.0.1), but, as has been mentioned before, there are still some things that need to be added to Popup Card Studio in order to make creating the 180 degree cards easier and more intuitive. So this demo is for those people that absolutely can't wait until an updated version of Popup Card Studio to create some 180 cards. The technique shown here will more than likely change quite a bit once the updates for 180 degree cards are incorporated in Popup Card Studio.
01:46:40 End of Bryan’s demo of a 180 degree card
01:47:06 SusanBlueRobot shows a few 180 degree cards she has created. She discusses the “size” of paper used and resulting card size.