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Expand your creative adventures with the Brother Scan N Cut.

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A quick welcome and a few key points.

This lecture provides a short overview of how to get the most from the Udemy course player as you work your way through this course. For additional help and information on using the Udemy website, cou ...

To use any of the Canvas Workspace editions you will first need to register for a free Canvas Workspace account. This lecture will show you the process from start to finish however here is a short sum ...

All editions are accessible using the log in details that you created in the previous section and all, at the time of creating this course, are free to access and use. Below are some pros and cons bet ...

This course/section will be delivered based on a standard workflow as follows.Register for a Canvas Workspace account. You likely did this in the earlier lecture.Log In.Add Shapes.Edit Shapes.Save The ...

Adding shapes from the in-built pattern library will likely be the first interaction you will have with loading designs for a project. It is also one of the easiest as it a simple drag and drop proces ...

If you have a collection of FCM or SVG cutting files, the good news is that you can use these in Canvas Workspace online. Even better, you can add them along with other files from different sources. ...

Basic image tracing allows us to take non-vector images, such as JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP, and create a vector based cutting outline from them.This feature is best used with simple outlines that have a so ...

Adding text is quick and simple in Canvas Workspace online edition. Simply drag and drop the type face you want to use onto the cutting mat and then double click to change the text. Note, you cannot u ...

Canvas projects are a collection of pre-designed projects complete with cutting files, instruction sheet and, in some cases, a link to an instructional video.

Whether you want to align, group, crop, or weld, you will need to know how to perform the basic operation of selecting an object or objects.This quick primer to basic shape manipulation will cover thi ...

After loading text, we can change certain parameters of the text in order to change its appearance or purpose. This lecture will highlight changing the font style, output type and draw fill activation ...

Creating neat and orderly layouts can sometimes be the key to an effective papercraft project. For example for aperture cards or stacked designs. So how do we achieve this in Canvas Workspace? This le ...

There may be times that you will need to flip or mirror design. For example, when working with heat transfer vinyl or when you want to create a hinged shaped card.Canvas workspace online can flip desi ...

The process overlap feature of Canvas Workspace allows us to use one shape to intersect another in several different ways. This feature is available via the edit menu and the options are:WeldDivideRem ...

Grouping gives us the ability to manipulate multiple objects in one operation. Useful if you are editing a project that is made up of multiple parts that need adjusting.

Creating offset outlines is both a creative and a functional tool. It lives in the edit menu and helps us create "shadow" layers or incrementally bigger or smaller versions of a shape or shapes.Use i ...

The basic path tool is something that we can use to create unique cutting and drawing lines or shapes.It is a simple point-to-point tool and is operated with the left mouse button. A single click will ...

Like the path tool covered in the previous lecture, the freehand path tool differs by not having any constraints.To operate, simply click and drag the cursor around the cutting mat. To set the line in ...

When you have finished designing your project you will want to do one of two things, save it as a project because you want to retain all of the editable properties or export it as a cutting/drawing fi ...

The workflow for the installed edition is much the same as for the online edition however we have one additional step which is to download and install the software on our computer. This will be shown ...

In order to use the installed version, you first need to download the software from the support website. After downloading you will then need to install it on your computer. This edited lecture will c ...

Adding shapes from the in-built pattern library will likely be the first interaction you will have with loading designs for a project. It is also one of the easiest as it a simple drag and drop proces ...

If you have a collection of FCM or SVG cutting files, or plan to collect them, the good news is that you can use these in Canvas Workspace installed edition.The process is the same for both FCM and SV ...

Basic image tracing allows us to take non-vector images, such as JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP, and create a vector based cutting outline from them.This feature is best used with simple outlines that have a so ...

With the installed version of Canvas Workspace, we can utilise all TrueType fonts that are installed on our computer and so the possibilities are limitless when it comes to font styles.The process to ...

Canvas projects are accessible through the installed version of Canvas Workspace. To do so, click on the Canvas Projects icon at the top of the toolbar.Some key differences are that we cannot download ...

Whether you want to align, group, crop, or weld, you will need to know how to perform the basic operation of selecting an object or objects.This quick primer to basic shape manipulation will cover thi ...

As well as being able to use the basic editing features with text, there are additional and more advanced text editing tools within the installed version of Canvas Workspace.This short lecture will ta ...

The installed version of Canvas Workspace has both alignment and distribution tools for us to play with.Each have their own icons and this lecture will show you where to find them and what they are us ...

When using materials such as heat transfer vinyl, it is usual to flip designs, especially text, as you need to cut from the back of the material.This very short video will show you how to achieve this ...

The process overlap features allow us to use one shape to intersect another in several different ways. In order for these features to operate, two or more shapes must be selected.This feature is avail ...

Grouping gives us the ability to manipulate multiple objects in one operation. Useful if you are editing a project that is made up of multiple parts that need adjusting.This lecture will highlight the ...

Creating offset outlines is both a creative and a functional tool. It lives in the edit menu and helps us create "shadow" layers or incrementally bigger or smaller versions of a shape or shapes.Use it ...

Path tools can be used to create unique lines and shapes by connecting a series of nodes around the mat.Each node (point) represents a corner, and each corner can either be set as ‘straight’ or ...

Like the path tool covered in the previous lecture the freehand path tool allows us to create unique strokes, paths and lines.To operate, simply click and drag the cursor around the cutting mat. To se ...

The path editing tools give us the opportunity to refine any shape or line using a set of node editing options including adding points, changing corner (node) types, and also opening or closing an out ...

There are some differences between saving a project file and exporting a cutting file. This short lecture will explain the difference and show you how to do both.

Unlike the online version of Canvas Workspace, the installed version requires manually updating. It does however let you know when a new version is available if you activate the automatic checker.This ...

This course/section will be delivered based on a standard workflow as follows.Register for a Canvas Workspace account. You likely did this in the earlier lecture.Log In.Add Shapes.Edit Shapes.Save The ...

Adding shapes from the in-built pattern library will likely be the first interaction you will have with loading designs for a project. It is also one of the easiest as it a simple drag and drop proces ...

Basic image tracing allows us to take non-vector images, such as JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP, and create a vector based cutting outline from them.This feature is best used with simple outlines that have a so ...

Adding text is quick and simple in Canvas Workspace tablet edition. Simply tap on the type face you want to use from the pattern library and then double tap to change the text.Note, you cannot use ins ...

Canvas projects are accessible through the tablet version of Canvas Workspace.Some key differences are that we cannot download the entire project or cutting files to a local drive, YouTube videos may ...

Before designing anything in the tablet edition of Canvas Workspace you will need to know how to perform some basic operations. This short lecture will cover these and will include selecting, moving, ...

After loading text, we can make changes to its appearance and function. This lecture will highlight changing the font style, output type and draw fill activation.

Creating neat and orderly layouts can sometimes be the key to an effective project. In this lecture I will share with you how to use the alignment options found in the edit menu.Note – The tablet ve ...

There may be times that you will need to flip or mirror a design. For example, when working with heat transfer vinyl or when you want to create a hinged shaped card.Canvas workspace has options to fli ...

The process overlap feature of Canvas Workspace allows us to use one shape to intersect another in several different ways.This feature is available from the edit menu and the options are:WeldDivideRem ...

Grouping gives us the ability to manipulate multiple objects in one operation. Useful if you are editing a project that is made up of multiple parts that need adjusting.

Creating offset outlines is a creative tool that helps us create "shadow" layers or inset versions of a shape or shapes.Use it to create seam allowances around shapes for sewing or adding drawn border ...

The basic path tool is something that you can use to create unique lines and shapes.It is a simple point-to-point tool and is operated by tapping the screen for each “corner” of the shape. Tap any ...

Like the path tool covered in the previous lecture, it can be used to create unique lines.To operate, simply tap and drag your finger around the screen. To set the line in place, lift your finger from ...

The path editing tools give us the opportunity to refine any shape or line by adding points, changing corner (node) types, and opening or closing an outline.Path editing tools are accessed by either t ...

With the tablet edition of Canvas Workspace, you can save the project to ‘My Projects’ or export to your machine via a Wifi connection.It is not possible to save projects or cutting files directly ...

Please note that the lectures in this section deal with registering the kits and what differences appear in each version of Canvas Workspace. The operation of any physical kits is not covered in this ...

Enhanced image tracing increases the complexity of image that we want to create a cutting outline from. Examples are shown for each of the versions of Canvas Workspace.

After you register a rhinestone kit you will unlock a collection of pre-designed patterns.In addition, a new set of tools is added to Canvas Workspace giving you the ability to convert ANY shape into ...

The printable sticker kit unlocks the ability to create laminated stickers using your Brother Scan N Cut.The tool set in Canvas Workspace help you create the printed sheet. The creation of the cutting ...

After registering the kit in Canvas Workspace, you will have a new pattern library and some extra tools to work with.These tools are only available for use in the installed version of Canvas Workspace ...

This feature allows us to add registration marks to a traced image to help align the cutting lines after we have printed the design and want to cut it with our Scan N Cut.

A quick thank you note.

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