NEW SILHOUETTE QUICK TIP SERIES

A few of my blog followers have asked me to make some videos around certain topics in the Silhouette Studio software. I loved this idea and have decided to make a series of videos called "Silhouette Quick Tips" You can find these series of videos at it's permeant home here:



For my first video I was asked by a follower on how to import SVG's into the software and how I organize them by keywords. Here is the video! If you have any Quick Tips you would like to see let me know! Thanks for everything! I have the best group of followers a guy can ask for!

Also here is the cheat sheet of files:
*SVG files (cut file for cutting machines) 
*DXF (cut file for cutting machines. Can be used with Silhouette Studio (FREE) software.) 
*PDF (cut file separated and colored for printing and hand cutting) 
*JPG files (image file with white backgrounds) 
*PNG files (image file with transparent backgrounds) 
*The JPGs and PNGs are high quality with a resolution of 300 dpi. 
MTC: Make-The-Cut
Vector: A vector graphics program (like Adobe Illustrator) uses these mathematical formulae to construct the screen image
WPC: Pazzle




Kens Kreations

9 comments:

  1. Hi Ken,

    Great video! I'm new to the Silhouette world. I had only purchased files from Silhouette's online store which were automatically downloaded. I recently purchased my first SVG files from another source and was totally lost when I saw all the different extensions, I had no idea what to do! I'm so glad you made this video, now I understand. Now I just need to see if you've made a video on how to add the cut lines!

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Peace, Love and Joy,
    Joyce

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    1. That can be my next video!LOL!!! I love making these videos so stay tuned for more!

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  2. Love to know how to import a digi stamp into Cameo studio and then cut it out to color. I like your videos! Easy to understand!

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  3. Thank you, questions I had are now answered and I feel good about what I have been doing.

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    1. That is good to hear that some people ar learning some things!

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  4. Great to know about the keywords! Thanks Ken!

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  5. Thank you so much for doing these videos! New to the Silhouette world, and really appreciate you doing these videos for us newbies:) You are such a great teacher, I learn something new from your videos every time, please keep them coming.

    Peace, Love, 7 Creative Hugs!
    Monica L.

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  6. Such a SUPER FANTASTIC TIP: "KEYWORD"
    Will definetly start using keywords for now on. THANKS!

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