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Author Topic: SVG from Inkscape into PNG for Studio software  (Read 4285 times)

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Offline Angel13

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SVG from Inkscape into PNG for Studio software
« on: November 27, 2011, 11:04:50 AM »
I know there has been talk of purchasing the Designer version of the Studio software for the Cameo, so that you can open SVG files but from what I understand when the files are opened in the Designer software the files are a little bigger then the original SVG file format.

I did this pictorial in March 2011, and only realised a few days ago that the SVG file, was the same size after doing the trace from the PNG file that was opened in the Normal Studio Software.......Hope this makes sense......If you need additional help just HOLLER.......The downloadable file comes in 2 parts, the 1st part for the Inkscape info and the 2nd part for the Silhouette Studio software.....

Here is the file used in the Example........
Deco Style Frame.zip


Here are the Downloadable Pictorials as shown below.........
SVG 2 GSD7.zip
SVG 2 GSD20_2.zip
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Offline Maryt

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Re: SVG from Inkscape into PNG for Studio software
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2013, 12:08:25 PM »
I know this another very old thread but is the Silhouette similar to Eclips??

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Re: SVG from Inkscape into PNG for Studio software
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2013, 12:52:42 PM »
Hi Mary,
ECAL can import svg files directly and the files will import at the correct size if your preferences are set to Inkscape (or Illustrator if that was used to create the file).  Even better, eCAL now imports embedded images too so Print and Cut is easy.  :-)  I need to take a pic (and post it) of the card that my 8yo son and I made using Print2Cut and alcohol markers, my MIL was so impressed.  :D
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Offline Maryt

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Re: SVG from Inkscape into PNG for Studio software
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2013, 12:59:07 PM »
Look forward to seeing that Heather :)
Going to start wading my way through the tutorials lol

:)
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